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  • Cabaret (PG)

    Bob Fosse pretends to be doing a Brecht-Weill while actually further sentimentalizing and glamorizing Christopher Isherwood's Goodbye to Berlin—adapted by Jay Presson Allen, and apparently closer to the play I Am a Camera than to the Broadway show. more...
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  • Cairo Time (PG)

    In this superior indie drama, a Canadian woman (the luminous Patricia Clarkson) arrives in Cairo expecting to meet her husband, a UN staffer, for an Egyptian vacation. more...
  • The Car (PG)

    Possessed by the devil, a customized luxury sedan terrorizes a New Mexico town. more...
  • Casablanca (PG)

    Part of what makes this wartime Hollywood drama (1942) about love and political commitment so fondly remembered is its evocation of a time when the sentiment of this country about certain things appeared to be unified. more...
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  • The Case for Christ (PG)

    A journalist (MIke Vogel) sets out to disprove the existence of God after his wife (Erika Christensen) embraces Christianity. more...
  • Casper (PG)

    It's not clear why Steven Spielberg's Amblin decided to make a live-action entertainment starring the least interesting and most saccharine of all 50s cartoon characters, the friendly ghost who can't help scaring people, but here's your chance to search for an answer. more...
  • Charley Varrick (PG)

    Don Siegel wants to turn the tables on the paranoid fantasies that have animated some of his best films (Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Madigan, Dirty Harry), but he never lets this get in the way of his impressive sense of humor and undisputed mastery at constructing an action film. more...
  • A Christmas Carol 3D (PG)

    Robert Zemeckis applies the 3-D motion-capture animation of Beowulf (2007) and The Polar Express (2004) to the well-worn Charles Dickens tale (19 screen adaptations and counting). more...
  • A Christmas Story (PG)

    As a follow-up to his excoriated Porky's and Porky's II, director Bob Clark teamed with nostalgic humorist Jean Shepherd for this squeaky clean and often quite funny 1983 yuletide comedy, adapted from Shepherd's novel In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash. more...