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  • Café Society
  • Café Society (PG-13)

    For the first time since Radio Days (1987), Woody Allen provides the voice-over narration for one of his own stories, his thick-tongued delivery reinforcing one's sense of this Depression-era romance as an old man's nostalgia trip. more...
  • Captain America: Civil War (PG-13)

    Despite all the levitating superheroes, this third installment in Marvel's Captain America franchise almost sinks under the weight of its own gravitas, especially during the largely expository first hour. more...
  • Captain America: Civil War 3D (PG-13)

    Despite all the levitating superheroes, this third installment in Marvel's Captain America franchise almost sinks under the weight of its own gravitas, especially during the largely expository first hour. more...
  • Captain America: The First Avenger (PG-13)

    No matter how seamlessly the technology may be integrated (and it's pretty seamless here), the idea of a 3-D comic book adaptation still feels all wrong: the pleasure of reading comics has less to do with perceived depth than with lateral movement. more...
  • Captain America: The First Avenger 3D (PG-13)

    No matter how seamlessly the technology may be integrated (and it's pretty seamless here), the idea of a 3-D comic book adaptation still feels all wrong: the pleasure of reading comics has less to do with perceived depth than with lateral movement. more...
  • Captain Phillips (PG-13)

    More cool thrills from the military-entertainment complex, with Tom Hanks as the real-life captain of the American shipping vessel hijacked by Somali pirates and rescued by the U.S. Navy in April 2009. more...
  • Catfish (PG-13)

    If you're not yet tired of dramas masquerading as documentaries or documentaries that court a "postmodern" disbelief, there are some creepy chuckles to be had from this allegedly true 2010 account of a hip, young New York photographer named Nev Schulman and his Facebook interaction with what seems to be a circle of ardent fans in Michigan. more...
  • Cellular (PG-13)

    Screenwriter Larry Cohen (Phone Booth) has another of those slick premises that's either sublime or ridiculous, depending on how it's handled: a guy (Chris Evans) gets a call on his cell phone from a stranger (Kim Basinger) who claims she's been kidnapped and needs help. more...
  • Central Intelligence
  • Central Intelligence (PG-13)

    A high school sports hero (Kevin Hart) grows up to become a frustrated accountant, then back into his life comes the obese loser he befriended in school, now a crazy, buffed-out CIA agent (Dwayne Johnson). more...