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Israeli Drama The Farewell Party Looks Empathetically at a Very Hard Choice
2 months ago by Abby Garnett
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...
Timothy Spall Unearths the Man Beneath Mr. Turner's Gruffness
8 months ago by Stephanie Zacharek
If you've ever loved a terrible person, Mike Leigh's quietly sensational Mr. Turner — a biopic, of sorts, covering the last 25 years of the life of the great 19th-century British painter J.M.W. Turner — is the movie for ...
It's Been a Year Already?
1 year ago by Alan Scherstuhl
"The heart wants what it wants," Woody Allen has taught us, and apparently what his heart wants these days is not to have to bother with writing second drafts of film scripts. His latest, Magic in the Moonlight, plays like a sumptuo...
Paul Haggis's Third Person is a Baffling Rough-Draft Epic
1 year ago by Amy Nicholson
If a toddler tried to re-create the mystifying behavior of adults, it would look a lot like Paul Haggis's Third Person, a drama where grown-ups scream and cry and kiss for reasons that are confounding even to those who understand sp...