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Standard Operating Procedure (2008, 117 min., R)

The great documentary filmmaker Errol Morris delves into the notorious photographs taken at Abu Ghraib to discover the "truths" they contain and whatever culpabilities they might reveal.

Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002, 104 min., PG)

Just about every American of a certain age knows the Motown sound and can rattle off his or her favorite hits with enthusiastic alacrity, whether they be tunes by Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and the Supremes, ...

The Stanford Prison Experiment (2015, 122 min., R)

Dramatization of the famous psychology experiment

Star Kid (1998, 97 min., PG)

Joseph Mazzello, an uncommonly good young actor (Jurassic Park, The River Wild), stars in this pre-adolescent male sci-fi fantasy about a seventh-grader who hops inside a big robotic Cybersuit and saves the planet from intergalactic aggressors ...

Star Maps (1997, 90 min., R)

Everybody hustles; a little here, a little there, it's a fact. But in Miguel Arteta's first feature film, Star Maps, hustling (in the hard core sense of selling your body for sex) is a way of ...

Star Time (1982)

Imagine cross-pollinating Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer with some of David Cronenberg's early work. Now imagine tossing in a bit of David Lynch, some old Marshall McLuhan tirades, and a well-intentioned social conscience. Now imagine ...

Star Trek (2009, 126 min., PG-13)

Star Trek is an immensely satisfying origin story that introduces the characters we know – before we knew them.

Star Trek Beyond (2016, 122 min., PG-13)

The Enterprise crew get trapped on a hostile planet

Star Trek Into Darkness (2013, 132 min., PG-13)

The Star Trek reboot may be overly familiar, but it's still a hell of a lot of fun.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

For the (allegedly) final installment of the Star Trek saga, J. Tiberius Kirk and crew present us with one of the dullest films of the sextet thus far. This time around, long-standing Federation enemies the Klingons ...

Star Trek: First Contact (1996, 120 min., PG-13)

Directed by the Enterprise's executive officer “Number One,” First Contact is what you might expect from Commander Will Riker (Frakes): action, action, chat, action. Not in itself a bad thing -- the Star Trek films have ...

Star Trek: Generations (1994)

There is a much-accepted truism about the Star Trek movies. The odd-numbered films (Star Trek, The Search for Spock, The Final Frontier) are rotten, while the even-numbered films (The Wrath of Khan, The Voyage Home, The ...

Star Trek: Insurrection (1998, 99 min., PG)

The so-called Star Trek Curse continues unabated; that is, even-numbered Trek's are good, while their odd-numbered cohorts stink like a dead Horta in a pop bottle on a hot July day. This being the ninth outing ...

Star Trek: Nemesis (2003, 117 min., PG-13)

The end of an era or the error of the end: Say what you must about Star Trek: The Next Generation, they've gone out with more aplomb than James T. Kirk and his crew. I've fallen ...

Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005, 140 min., PG-13)

Veering from moments of breathtakingly visualized valor to outright stupidity, Sith is a vast improvement over the previous two outings, but still and all, it’s no Star Wars.

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015, 135 min., PG-13)

The Force awakens, and a franchise reboots

Star Wars: Special Edition (1997, 125 min., PG)

No synopsis necessary, I’ll presume. On the eve of commencing work on the new triumvirate that will make up the Star Wars trilogy’s prequels, wunderkind Lucas and 20th Century Fox have opted to soup up the ...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008, 98 min., PG)

The only important things in this new animated epic is that viewers be blown away by the endless and pointless laser battles and that girl power comes into its own.

Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones (2002, 143 min., PG-13)

If you managed to catch the Sci-Fi Channel's recent Star Wars Fan Film Awards, during which George Lucas offered up an astonishingly serpentine and generally incomprehensible thank-you to the assorted SW fanatics who have swollen his ...

Star Wars: Episode One – The Phantom Menace (1999, 133 min., PG)

It's time to find out if a 3-D lightsaber is any more effective than 1999's 2-D model.

Starbuck (2013, 109 min., R)

A sperm donor learns 20 years after the fact that he is the father of 533 children in this mild, French-Canadian comedy.

Stardust (2007, 130 min., PG-13)

This uneven adaptation of Neil Gaiman's bestselling novel is clogged with too much fairy dust.

Stargate (1998)

When genres collide. Ridley Scott fused the science fiction movie with film noir in Blade Runner. James Cameron fused the science fiction movie with the war movie in Aliens. In this genre-bending era, it was only ...

Starship Troopers (1997, 125 min., R)

In this spectacle, lethal insects from outer space do battle with student soldiers. When in Austin recently, Oliver Stone called Starship Troopers "One of the best war films in recent years."

Starsky & Hutch (2004, 99 min., PG-13)

Seventies TV shows live on through Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, and Snoop Dog.

Starter for 10 (2006, 96 min., PG-13)

This British coming-of-age drama and romantic comedy is fairly predictable, although the charming actors manage to keep the story’s characters just this side of stereotype and mediocrity.

Starting Out in the Evening (2007, 111 min., PG-13)

In this contemplative meditation on the pained aging of literary lions, Frank Langella delivers a brilliant performance as the story's elderly New York City novelist.

Starving the Beast (2016, 95 min., NR)

Doc exposes big money on campus

State and Main (2000, 102 min., R)

Mamet's story about a big-budget Hollywood production that steamrolls into a little Vermont town is told with a gentle smirk.

State of Play (2009, 118 min., PG-13)

Starring Russell Crowe, this American redo of a great BBC miniseries about investigative journalism and nefarious institutions neither embarrasses the original nor is superior to it in any way.

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