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  • Stuber (R)

    An Uber driver (Kumail Nanjiani) finds himself on an unexpected and dangerous adventure when he picks up a detective (Dave Bautista) on the trail of a terrorist. more...
  • Shaft
  • Shaft (R)

    The franchise that began with Gordon Parks's groundbreaking 1971 blaxploitation hit starring Richard Roundtree as ultra-cool private detective John Shaft gets an appealing reboot in this lively action comedy that unites three generations of NYC crime fighters out to bust some murderous drug dealers and settle some personal scores. more...
  • The Sun Is Also a Star
  • The Sun Is Also a Star (PG-13)

    In director Ry Russo-Young’s 2019 adaptation of Nicola Yoon's novel, two teens race against the clock of civil injustice to discover if true love is just a figment of a poet’s imagination while exploring the eclectic crevices of New York City. more...
  • Stockholm (R)

    Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace star in this dramatization of the 1973 bank holdup that originated the term 'Stockholm Syndrome." more...
  • Shazam!
  • Shazam! (PG-13)

    Comic book buffs know that the DC superhero Shazam was originally named Captain Marvel when he was a mid-20th century top-selling brand for Fawcett Publications, which was forced to retire the character in 1954 after a lengthy copyright infringement case based on charges of plagiarizing Superman. more...
  • Shelf Life: The Story of Lanzi Candy
  • Shelf Life: The Story of Lanzi Candy

    For more than a century, Chicago’s been known as the "Candy Capital of the World," with treats such as Snickers, Tootsie Rolls, and Milk Duds making their way from the kitchens of local family-run businesses to candy counters everywhere. more...
  • Storm Boy
  • Storm Boy (PG)

    A variation on the classic boy-and-his-dog (or a girl-and-her-horse) stories, this Australian family drama centers on a kid and his pelicans. more...
  • Serenity
  • Serenity (R)

    Modern noirs tend to skate a thin line between homage and parody, or else they pick a side. more...