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  • 11 months ago

    The "strong woman" label patronizingly foisted on modern Hollywood actresses would've been spat at by such formidable 1940s Warner Bros. stars as Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, and Ida Lupino. Their hard-boiled but restrained studio-mate Ann Sheridan...

  • 5 years ago

    "If you meet your double, you must kill him, or he will kill you" is the eerie watchword of Johan Grimonprez's Double Take, which opens at Film Forum next week and is the third film directed by the Belgian gallery artist/academic following dial H-...

  • 9 years ago

    Like its summer season of Frank Borzage films, the Moving Image's current retrospective celebrates the work of an auteur who responded to the social upheavals of the 1930s with spectacles of escapist delirium. But whereas Borzage contended that al...

  • 9 years ago

    Whatever the fate of Neil LaBute's Yank remake of The Wicker Man—which Warner Bros. is releasing this Friday (without advance press screenings) —it's unlikely to generate the enduring passion and rancor inspired by the 1973 occult classi...

  • 10 years ago

    Before Wong Kar-wai's 2046 opened here last month, it was heralded by a still of Zhang Ziyi espousing the kind of tantalizing erotic mystery that movies themselves seldom project these days. It might prove the most iconic image to have appeared si...

  • 14 years ago

    In Marc Forster's Everything Put Together, a 2000 Sundance entry that's just been released, the crib death of a newborn exposes the fissures in the Teflon surface of suburban communality as the grieving young mother (Radha Mitchell) is ostracized ...

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