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Sugar Town (1999, 93 min., R)

Cross some Robert Altman with a little bit of All About Eve and you end up with a brew that tastes something like Sugar Town. This collaboration by Allison Anders and Kurt Voss is their first ...

Suicide Kings (1998, 106 min., R)

A gangster-noir-comedy that fires blanks all the way through, O'Fallon's feature debut is a textbook example of the triumph of style over substance: 30 seconds after the end credits roll, you've already forgotten what you just ...

Suicide Squad (2016, 123 min., PG-13)

Suicide Squad is done in by its own hand

Suite Sixteen (1994, 92 min., NR)

Suite 16 starts off promisingly. A young, handsome male hustler named Chris (Kamerling) seduces older women on the French Riviera and then robs them when they're most vulnerable. When his latest score unexpectedly fights back, things ...

Sully (2016, 96 min., PG-13)

Eastwood's film tells the story of the "miracle on the Hudson"

The Sum of All Fears (2002, 119 min., PG-13)

Tom Clancy's CIA agent Jack Ryan makes his fourth film appearance in this thriller.

The Sum of Us (1994)

Love is the greatest adventure of all, according to widower Harry Mitchell (Thompson) in the newest Australian export The Sum of Us. Co-directors Dowling and Burton mark their directorial debuts with a poignant and humorous film ...

Summer Catch (2001, 108 min., PG-13)

Baseball, summer, apple pie, and Freddie Prinze Jr.'s bare butt -- what could be more American? Toss in a brief glance at Matthew Lillard's equally nekkid behind and you've got a better-late-than-never entry in the clichéd ...

Summer Hours (2008, 103 min., NR)

The French filmmaker Olivier Assayas (Irma Vep, Demonlover) has upped his game with this new work of uncommonly lyrical humanism.

The Summer House (1993)

Jeanne Moreau. Jeanne Moreau. Jeanne Moreau. She is the soul of this movie and its raison d'être. So perfect in the role is she that it's impossible to imagine anyone else playing the part of Lili, ...

Summer of Sam (1999, 142 min., R)

In the summer of '77, I was 11 years old and living in upper New York state, but I still vividly recall the newscasts announcing that serial killer David Berkowitz had finally been collared by New ...

Summer Storm (2004, 89 min., R)

German film is a trite tale of youthful angst and closeted sexual confusion about what really happens at those wild and crazy rowing camps that keep all of Bavaria abuzz.

Summer Wars (2009, 114 min., PG)

Summer Wars is a lovely, subtle, and award-winning Japanese anime film about families, social media, and summer love.

A Summer's Tale (1996, 113 min., G)

Eric Rohmer's 1996 film gets its first Stateside release – and the wait was worth it.

The Summit (2013, 95 min., R)

One of mountaineering's worst disasters remains a deadly mystery despite this documentary's attempt to learn more.

Sunday (1997, 93 min., NR)

Late morning hush. Sweet waking dreams. Traffic lights presiding silently over empty streets, and a day's respite from the oppressive gravity of purpose. For most of us, Sunday is the essence of freedom. But for Oliver ...

Sunday's Children (1992)

By his own account, Ingmar Bergman (The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, Scenes from a Marriage) has retired from filmmaking. Yet you would never know that from looking at his continued output. Though he is no longer ...

Sunset Park (1996, 100 min., R)

Sunset Park is an affectionate if lightweight and uneven testament to the power of communication, education, and human decency. The latest feature by Steve Gomer (Sweet Lorraine) stars Rhea Perlman as a Brooklyn high school gym ...

Sunset Song (2016, 135 min., R)

A woman comes of age in this rugged Scottish saga set in the early 1900s

Sunshine (1999, 180 min., R)

A family epic that spans three generations as much as it is the story of a century, Sunshine has the kind of sweep and scope that fits its three-hour running time. Beginning in the mid-19th century, ...

Sunshine (2007, 107 min., R)

The sci-fi reunion of Danny Boyle and Cillian Murphy (28 Days Later) is never less than beautiful but has a profoundly implausible plot turn that cheapens the sentiment.

Sunshine Cleaning (2008, 102 min., R)

Two sisters try to remedy the financial and emotional paralysis of their lives by starting a company that specializes in crime-scene cleanups.

Sunshine State (2002, 141 min., PG-13)

Having resisted the temptation to make a thoroughly mainstream film in a career spanning three decades, John Sayles is truly the dean of independent moviemakers. (Even the granddaddy renegade filmmaker of them all, Robert Altman, relented ...

Sunshine Superman (2015, 100 min., PG)

BASE-jumping trailblazer Carl Boenish is the subject of this doc tribute

Super (2011, 96 min., NR)

Rainn Wilson and Ellen Page star in this tonally odd superhero spoof that veers between cartoonish stylings and gruesome violence.

Super 8 (2011, 112 min., PG-13)

This throwback to the monster movies of the Seventies evokes the early work of Steven Spielberg.

Super Mario Bros. (1993)

You know how you can see a trailer for a movie and there are a few funny things in it and you think it might be worth the price of admission? Then someone tells you that ...

Super Size Me (2004, 96 min., NR)

In his cheeky but incendiary documentary about our fast food nation, Morgan Spurlock chronicles the deterioration of his body after a 30-day "McDiet."

Super Troopers (2002, 100 min., R)

Exceedingly silly -- and how could it not be when its comic well draws mainly from bottom-of-the-barrel material like masturbation, marijuana, and blow-up dolls -- Super Troopers is an earnest, mostly funny spoof of law enforcement ...

The Super (1991)

Hollywood Truism No. 44: even great actors can get roped into bad movies. Joe Pesci, wonderfully creepy in Scorsese's GoodFellas, has finally ended up in a less-than-delightful film. It happens to everybody, I suppose. As Louie ...

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