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Unknown (2011, 113 min., PG-13)

In this psychological thriller, a man awakens after a car accident to find his wife doesn't recognize him and another man has assumed his identity.

Unknown White Male (2005, 88 min., PG-13)

The ambitions of this intriguing documentary about one man’s amnesia far outweigh its accomplishments.

Unlawful Entry (1992)

I guess I'm of the school of film-goer who greets each image of a perfect family and says, “oh yeah, these people gotta die.” It's not healthy but there you are. Certainly, I'm not alone and ...

Unleashed (2005, 103 min., R)

Jet Li, in his first Western role of any depth, convincingly plays both man and beast, although a sentimental script by producer Luc Besson hampers the story.

Unmistaken Child (2009, 102 min., NR)

This documentary is a full-immersion glimpse into the ancient traditions of Buddhist reincarnation and one that no filmmaker has ever before explored with this level of freedom and insight.

An Unreasonable Man (2007, 122 min., NR)

This documentary is a far cry from the dry polemics one might expect from a survey of Ralph Nader's career as a consumer activist and political candidate.

Unstoppable (2010, 98 min., PG-13)

Denzel Washington stops a runaway train loaded with toxic cargo.

Unstrung Heroes (1995, 93 min., PG)

Young Steven Lidz (Watt) is baffled by some of the things that lately have been going on between his parents in his early 1960s Jewish household. Home life with his parents Sid and Selma Lidz (Turturro ...

Untamed Heart (1993)

You know what occurs when bad movies happen to good people? The answer is Untamed Heart. You get the feeling that everyone involved in this movie tried like hell to make this artificial heart beat. Ka-thud. ...

Until the End of the World (1991)

What starts out promisingly enough continues considerably beyond the end of the world and wears out even the most determined Wenders fan. Set in a future when an Indian nuclear satellite is poised to crash to ...

Until the Light Takes Us (2008, 93 min., NR)

This music documentary chronicles the history, ideology, and aesthetic of Norwegian black metal.

(Untitled) (2009, 96 min., R)

High art is both lampooned and championed in this knowing satire that stars the ever-eccentric Adam Goldberg.

Untraceable (2008, 100 min., R)

This tepid, borderline-offensive cyber-serial-killer thriller rehashes both better and worse examples of the current, vapid clamor for so-called "torture porn."

Unzipped (1995, 73 min., R)

Fashion photographer Douglas Keeve turns his camera on designer Isaac Mizrahi for an intriguing and often funny look into the making of a seasonal fashion collection.

Up (2009, 96 min., PG)

Pixar tops itself with its new animated film that offers so much more than its promotional promise of a fantastical movie about a house that flies on balloon power.

Up and Down (2004, 108 min., R)

Director Jan Hrebejk’s stylishly interwoven tales of modern-day Prague add up to a melancholy, comedic riff on what it means to be European these days.

Up at the Villa (2000, 115 min., PG-13)

Visiting Up at the Villa is a pleasant enough experience, although you might find yourself wishing there were a little more activity happening on the premises. The movie is a charmingly mounted, period romantic drama that ...

Up Close and Personal (1996, 124 min., PG-13)

Why was it that every time I saw the trailer for Up Close and Personal, I felt that I ought to be seeing Jane Fonda's face where, instead, I was seeing Michelle Pfeiffer's? It wasn't wishful ...

Up in the Air (2009, 109 min., R)

The director of Juno and Thank You for Smoking is back with another film that is perfectly in touch with the times.

Up the Yangtze (2007, 93 min., NR)

Canadian documentary effectively personalizes the effect of the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River and the 2 million it displaced.

The Upside of Anger (2005, 118 min., R)

The two fantastic performances by Allen and Costner that anchor The Upside of Anger are the reason to see this contemporary drama about romance between two flawed adults.

Upstream Color (2013, 96 min., NR)

Shane Carruth's film is arthouse science fiction at its most compelling yet cryptic.

Uptown Girls (2003, 93 min., PG-13)

Uptown Girls has nothing to do with the similarly named Billy Joel song, except perhaps for the fact that the movie’s hackneyed and poor construction makes you long for anything – even an impossible-to-get-out-of-your-head Billy Joel ...

Uranus (1990)

What did you do during the war? It's 1945 in a little town in France after the Liberation. War-weary citizens are attempting to resume their pre-Vichy lives amidst the architectural rubble and makeshift routines. It's a ...

Urban Legend (1998, 100 min., R)

What hath Kevin Williamson wrought? Not this sad excuse for a horror film, thankfully, but the lineage of the recently reanimated slasher genre can indeed be traced right on back to Scream. Still, like Victor Frankenstein, ...

Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000, 94 min., R)

Recently, in the Chronicle letters column, it was suggested that I was perhaps not the world's biggest fan of the horror film genre, based on my less-than-rapturous review of The Cell. The review you're reading now ...

Urbania (2000, 103 min., R)

Did you hear the one about the guy who went home with a woman and woke up without a kidney? The award-winning, arthouse film Urbania works on the grim premise that urban folk tales really are ...

Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend (1989)

Finally, some Japanese animation that lives up to its hype. Overfiend has been making the rounds of the Japanimation underground for a year or two now and has only recently secured a U.S. distributor able to ...

The U.S. vs. John Lennon (2006, 99 min., PG-13)

Documentary about Lennon's political activism and time spent in New York basks in the legend's presence but offers little new on the subject.

Used People (1992)

As its precious title suggests, Used People is one of those movies that calculatedly wears its old-fashionedness on its sleeve. Aspiring to be a Jewish Moonstruck or maybe a Fried Green Latkes, this ethnic dramady set ...

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