Vision Quest

Get your avant-garde fix with plenty of experimental cinema this season

Poseidon May 12

No stranger to boat movies, Wolfgang Petersen floats this remake of the 1972 disaster "classic" about a capsized cruise ship. Josh Lucas and Kurt Russell are no Hackman and Borgnine, but the cast does boast the auspicious return of Richard Dreyfuss.

Make the choice to check out Bill Brand's 1979 
Split Decision
photo: Anthology Film Archives
Make the choice to check out Bill Brand's 1979 Split Decision


See also:
  • Faust Things First
    A mammoth production of the epic verse gets a stateside staging
    by Michael Feingold

  • Don't Call It Noise Music
    Japanese metal bands summon power and energy from the '70s
    by Zach Baron

  • To Serve and Protect: A Freestyle Series Rumbles On
    by Jim Macnie

  • Wonder Women
    A season of old masters, Gumby, biomorphs, and cell phones
    by R.C. Baker

  • A Mechanized Culture and its Equally Mechanical Population Meet
    by Carla Blumenkranz

  • Tweaking Their Legacies: Composers Reinvent Themselves
    by Leighton Kerner

  • Dancing in Your Sleep: Label Microcosm Calms the Nerves
    by Tricia Romano

  • Postmodern Pioneer: The Next Generation
    Bokaer gets physical, digital, and naked
    by Elizabeth Zimmer

  • The Da Vinci Code
    May 19

    If you need us to tell you what this one is about, you've been secluded in a cave for the last three years (or you're dead, in which case, you're not reading this). If you have been living in exile recently, you're probably also wondering what happened to Tom Hanks's hair. Your guess is as good as ours.

    See No Evil
    May 19

    Kane is the latest professional wrestler to follow Hulk Hogan and the Rock to Hollywood, in this Saw-ish slasher from the gorehounds at Lions Gate. Keep your fingers crossed for an Undertaker cameo.

    X-Men: The Last Stand
    May 26

    With Bryan Singer, the director of the first two X-stallments, busy with Superman Returns, this comic book series soldiers on with Brett Ratner at the helm. Kelsey Grammer joins the cast as Beast, a brilliant and acrobatic mutant with even worse hair than Halle Berry's Storm.

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