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  • 10 days ago | Film and TV

    Unsubtly titled after the French euphemism for orgasm, writer-director Josh Lawson's sex comedy posits that sexual desire indeed prompts the end of all reason — love, honor, and communication be damned. Lawson is also an actor known for the S...

  • Writer-director Andrew Bujalski's last film was the psychedelic nerd-convention comedy Computer Chess, a layered existential gambol that vouched for human complexity even as it stared down the ascendance of personal computing. Results, his...

  • 1 month ago

    Writer-director Andrew Bujalski's last film was the psychedelic nerd-convention comedy Computer Chess, a layered existential gambol that vouched for human complexity even as it stared down the ascendance of personal computing. Results, his new fil...

  • Following a few residents of a retirement community in Jerusalem, the Israeli film The Farewell Party makes drama out of right-to-die politics and asserts that just about everyone who makes it past a certain age will have to contend with...

  • 1 month ago

    Following a few residents of a retirement community in Jerusalem, the Israeli film The Farewell Party makes drama out of right-to-die politics and asserts that just about everyone who makes it past a certain age will have to contend with the issue...

  • However you view the western in American filmmaking -- as a moth-eaten relic or an eternal form to be resurrected every few years — there's something stale about Kane Senes's tepid historical drama Echoes of War, which utilizes the...