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WWII Drama Walking with the Enemy Crams a Lot of Big Ideas Into a Small Movie WWII Drama Walking with the Enemy Crams a Lot of Big Ideas Into a Small Movie
, April 23, 2014
In the World War II drama Walking with the Enemy, everything unrelated to the actual war feels like a nostalgic grandpa's rose-tinted... More>>
Locke Locks You and Tom Hardy in a Car Locke Locks You and Tom Hardy in a Car
Long Dark Drive of the Soul
, April 23, 2014
How much can you take away and still have a movie? Steven Knight's Locke is an experiment in reducing contemporary scree storytelling to its... More>>
Orson Welles's Tattered, Glorious Othello Returns Orson Welles's Tattered, Glorious Othello Returns
Patchwork Genius
, April 23, 2014
The Venn diagram overlap of Shakespeare with the elaborate scrap-fabric quilts pieced together by early American settlers is Orson Welles's... More>>
Thriller Blue Ruin Will Work You Raw Thriller Blue Ruin Will Work You Raw
The Best/Worst Revenge
, April 23, 2014
Everything in the opening scenes of Jeremy Saulnier's nerve-wracking revenge drama Blue Ruin is the color of a bruise, from the ocean to the... More>>
Alex Karpovsky Doesn't Get to Show Much Range in Marvin Seth and Stanley Alex Karpovsky Doesn't Get to Show Much Range in Marvin Seth and Stanley
, April 23, 2014
After honing his sour, smarter-than-thou persona on HBO's Girls, Alex Karpovsky translates the mix of repression, condescension, and bluntness... More>>
The German Doctor Is a Fictionalized Run-In with a Nazi Psychopath The German Doctor Is a Fictionalized Run-In with a Nazi Psychopath
, April 23, 2014
The promise of perfection leads to disaster for an Argentinean family in 1960 Patagonia in The German Doctor, a fictionalized account of one... More>>
Ralph Steadman Doc For No Good Reason Keeps With the Spirit of Hunter S. Thompson Ralph Steadman Doc For No Good Reason Keeps With the Spirit of Hunter S. Thompson
, April 23, 2014
Finding form in chaos, Ralph Steadman became famous illustrating the writing of Hunter S. Thompson and made a subsequent career out of speaking... More>>
Train Thriller Last Passenger Aspires to be Hitchcokian Train Thriller Last Passenger Aspires to be Hitchcokian
, April 23, 2014
Few vistas are as exhilarating as the passenger train window, the world advancing and receding with breathtaking speed, the viewer stationary yet... More>>
Grand Slammed Is Long on Melodrama and Short on Acting Grand Slammed Is Long on Melodrama and Short on Acting
, April 23, 2014
Since its plot centers around an aspiring pro baller, and there's an allusion to big-league glory right there in the title, it's kind of amazing... More>>
Young & Beautiful Explores the World of a Young French Prostitute Young & Beautiful Explores the World of a Young French Prostitute
, April 23, 2014
Despite his superficial unpredictability from film to film, François Ozon's work often examines sexual states of flux, especially among... More>>
Ape Offers Intriguing Suggestions About the Relationship Between Laughter and Violence Ape Offers Intriguing Suggestions About the Relationship Between Laughter and Violence
, April 23, 2014
A man eating an apple is by far the most dramatic thing that happens in the poky first hour of writer-director Joel Potrykus's fascinating... More>>
Who is Dayani Cristal? Reveals Hot, Cold and Deadly Immigration Journeys Who is Dayani Cristal? Reveals Hot, Cold and Deadly Immigration Journeys
, April 23, 2014
The Sonora Desert in Arizona is freezing at night, brutally hot in the day. The documentary Who is Dayani Cristal? reveals that the... More>>
The Girl and Death Is About as Fresh as Miss Havisham's Yellowed Nightie The Girl and Death Is About as Fresh as Miss Havisham's Yellowed Nightie
, April 23, 2014
Two of film's mustiest tropes are stitched together in Jos Stelling's period melodrama The Girl and Death: A man falls in love with a prostitute... More>>
Disney's Bears Is Sincere and Unexpectedly Good Disney's Bears Is Sincere and Unexpectedly Good
, April 23, 2014
Bears is ridiculously old-fashioned in a good way, a throwback to the Disney nature films of the 1950s, with scenic vistas, animals fighting and... More>>
Bright Days Ahead Is a Breezy Depiction of Life After 60 Bright Days Ahead Is a Breezy Depiction of Life After 60
, April 23, 2014
When the twentysomething receptionist at the retirement club sighs with disappointment that she "saw [her] life differently," the irony is clear... More>>
The Cruelty of Camel Racing Again Exposed in Desert Riders The Cruelty of Camel Racing Again Exposed in Desert Riders
, April 23, 2014
None of the reliably irritating qualities of the social issue documentary gall quite so acutely as the tendency to venerate mere awareness.... More>>
The Machine Attempts to Reboot Sci-Fi A.I. The Machine Attempts to Reboot Sci-Fi A.I.
, April 23, 2014
The perils of creating artificial intelligence have long been a sci-fi preoccupation, and The Machine brings little new to the subject save for... More>>
Transcendence Gives Up the Ghost in the Machine Transcendence Gives Up the Ghost in the Machine
, April 16, 2014
Sometimes it's helpful to know certain details about how a film has come together. And sometimes it's just so much information. Transcendence,... More>>
Tribeca Film Festival Offers Almost 100 Tough-Minded Flicks Tribeca Film Festival Offers Almost 100 Tough-Minded Flicks
, April 16, 2014
The 13th Tribeca Film Festival opens with Time Is Illmatic, celebrating the 20th anniversary of rapper Nas's groundbreaking 1994 record (with a... More>>
Heaven Is for Real Is Actually Pretty Good, Save the "Heaven" Part Heaven Is for Real Is Actually Pretty Good, Save the "Heaven" Part
, April 16, 2014
Ask around long enough among your friends and relatives, and you'll likely kick up tales suggesting the permeability of whatever shrouds this... More>>
Tribeca: World's Worst Soccer Team Scores Big in Moving Doc Next Goal Wins Tribeca: World's Worst Soccer Team Scores Big in Moving Doc Next Goal Wins
, April 16, 2014
Here’s how low the underdogs have sunk at the start of the rousing Next Goal Wins, the latest sports doc to follow a losing team’s... More>>
The 1954 Godzilla Succeeds Where Many of Its Modern-Day Descendants Fall Short The 1954 Godzilla Succeeds Where Many of Its Modern-Day Descendants Fall Short
, April 16, 2014
In an era when Hollywood considers destroying whole cities obligatory for blockbusters, it's refreshing to recall a time when such fantastical... More>>
A Haunted House 2 Raises the Low Bar Set by the Original A Haunted House 2 Raises the Low Bar Set by the Original
, April 16, 2014
It would appear that 2013's most vexing question — "What can we, as a nation, do to prevent A Haunted House 2 from happening?" — has... More>>
Fading Gigolo: John Turturro and Woody Allen Charm in a Brooklyn Sex Comedy Fading Gigolo: John Turturro and Woody Allen Charm in a Brooklyn Sex Comedy
, April 16, 2014
One of the great pleasures of regular moviegoing isn't seeing great films. It's finding the little oddballs, the modest entertainments that miss... More>>
Transcendence Director Wally Pfister Doesn't Want Immortality (Neither Does Johnny Depp) Transcendence Director Wally Pfister Doesn't Want Immortality (Neither Does Johnny Depp)
, April 16, 2014
When Wally Pfister won an Oscar for Inception, his sixth film with Christopher Nolan, he went home and put the statuette on his mantel. "And... More>>
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