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Still Mine (2013, 103 min., PG-13)

James Cromwell and Geneviève Bujold star in this octogenarian love story.

Stir of Echoes (1999, 110 min., R)

Taken from Richard Matheson's novel of the same name, Stir of Echoes is as much a showpiece for Kevin Bacon's remarkable acting chops as it is a tale of supernatural bugaboos. Matheson, who came to prominence ...

Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator (2003, 82 min., R)

The rise and fall of Eighties skateboard king Mark "Gator" Rogowski.

Stoker (2013, 99 min., R)

Starring Nicole Kidman, this first English-language outing of Korean fave Park Chan-wook is stylish but wanting.

Stomp the Yard (2007, 109 min., PG-13)

Although littered with clichés and shopworn manipulations, this film's intervening dance sequences are so captivating that it’s almost possible to forget you’ve seen this movie a hundred times before.

Stone (2010, 105 min., R)

Robert De Niro, Edward Norton, Milla Jovovich, and Frances Conroy become tangled in a narrative web of deceit, religion, carnality, and incarceration.

Stone Cold (1991, 92 min., R)

Stone Cold. Brick Stupid. I never would have thought that I'd feel sorry for the brutish Bosworth, and, well, I don't. ...

Stonewall (1995, 98 min., R)

Who knew that a riot led by drag queens outside a nondescript Greenwich Village bar called the Stonewall over 25 years ago would be mythologized as the birth of the American gay political movement, remembered as ...

Stonewall (2015, 129 min., PG-13)

A Midwestern boy comes out amid the backdrop of the Stonewall Riots

The Stoning of Soraya M. (2009, 116 min., R)

This impassioned work of persuasion is like a splatter film made for the Lifetime network, a screed against stoning made for audiences who already agree.

Stop-Loss (2008, 112 min., R)

A real-world fuse burns throughout the military drama of Stop-Loss, the Austin-lensed film by Boys Don't Cry's Kimberley Peirce that stars Ryan Phillippe.

Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot (1992)

Okay, although from the title you know not to expect a masterpiece, over the years I've come to admire Stallone for his stretches. Although he's most famous for Rocky and Rambo, Stallone has always tried to ...

Stories We Tell (2012, 108 min., PG-13)

Canadian filmmaker and actress Sarah Polley goes looking for her biological father and comes homes with a wise and poetic documentary about the nature of truth.

Storks (2016, 100 min., PG)

These animated birds never quite achieve liftoff

The Story of Boys and Girls (1991)

The Story of Boys and Girls would love nothing so much as to be a Jean Renoir movie. Or perhaps an intergenerational, societal panorama by Louis Malle. Set in 1936 Italy, the movie has that period ...

The Story of Qiu Ju (1992, 100 min., PG)

Anyone ever caught in the wheels of bureaucracy will relate to Chinese director Zhang Yimou's latest movie. Though a story about contemporary peasant life in China, The Story of Qiu Ju is one that transcends borders, ...

The Story of the Weeping Camel (2004, 90 min., PG)

A story about a Mongolian camel and her newborn calf becomes a transfixing lesson about the rhythms of life.

The Story of Us (1999, 94 min., R)

Rob Reiner's gone back to the well for this drama with comic underpinnings that examines the difficulties couples face when trying to make relationships work over the long haul. The film might as well be called ...

Storytelling (2001, 84 min., R)

If it seemed as though filmmaker Todd Solondz wanted nothing more in his last two films, Welcome to the Dollhouse and Happiness, than to toss unseemly provocations at his apprehensive audience, then his newest feature Storytelling ...

Storyville (1992)

This New Orleans concoction of political and personal intrigue turns the burners up to a steady simmer but never really cranks the jets up to full blast. Curiously, though the movie engages constant viewer interest throughout, ...

Straight Out of Brooklyn (1991)

First, there's the movie called Straight Out of Brooklyn. It's a stark, tough, unblinking look at young black men growing up without options in the housing projects of Brooklyn's Red Hook, an area also epitomized as ...

Straight Outta Compton (2015, 147 min., R)

Picture about origins of rap group NWA shows off their snarly cool

The Straight Story (1999, 111 min., G)

The Straight Story is a piece of American poetry, an elegiac ode to a 73-year-old man's defiant act of raging against the dying of the light. Its simplicity belies an emotional complexity that will linger in ...

Straight Talk (1992)

The first time I heard, Dolly Parton's My Tennessee Mountain Home album, was sitting in Everett Larson's living room, filled with books and records, in Bartonsville, Vermont. Since then I've been a fan, taken in not ...

Strange Days (1995, 145 min., R)

Strange days, indeed. It's 1999, the new millennium is just around the corner, and humanity -- more precisely, Los Angeles -- seems on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Police brutalize the citizenry, criminals run rampant, ...

Strange Magic (2015, 99 min., PG)

Woodland goblins, elves, and fairies go to war in this animated movie from LucasFilm Animation.

Strange Powers: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields (2010, 84 min., NR)

The work of this elusive songwriter and curmudgeonly frontman of the Magnetic Fields is examined in this sympathetic documentary.

Strange Wilderness (2008, 87 min., R)

When a popular wildlife TV show starts slipping in the ratings, the clueless hosts go off to the Andes in search of Bigfoot and big ratings. Big mistake.

A Stranger Among Us (1992)

Say kaddish for this one, gang. Melanie Griffith proves that what they say about heredity is true. She's inherited all the acting talents of her mother, Tippi Hedren. Which is not to say that Griffith can't ...

A Stranger in the Kingdom (1999, 112 min., PG-13)

As we all know, the more idyllic a rural area is portrayed in a movie, the more certain it is to have its “veneer of tranquility shattered by powerful conflicts,” generally involving sex, murder, or both. ...

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