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Serial Killer, Psychic Detective Connect via Sign Language Serial Killer, Psychic Detective Connect via Sign Language
, August 24, 2004
Suspect Zero opens with a flurry of fancy footwork: The camera tracks through a garbage dump to close in on a single grimy milk carton and... More>>
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, August 24, 2004
The great French director Louis Feuillade (1873–1925) is the founding father of pulp cinema, as well as the original cult filmmaker.... More>>
Blonde Ambition Blonde Ambition
Portrait of a lady: Reese takes on Thackeray's social-climber heroine while playing herself
, August 24, 2004
Our culture of celebrity is such that, during the opening scenes of Vanity Fair, Mira Nair's exuberant screen adaptation of William Makepeace... More>>
Snake Eyes: Pointless Anaconda Sequel in Need of Anacondas
, August 24, 2004
In this nominal sequel to 1997's Anaconda, a half-dozen scientists go up a river in Borneo to search for the "blood orchid," the floral... More>>
Luddite Lovers Only Disconnect in Coincidence-Choked Thriller
, August 24, 2004
Despite its noxious intrusions into every corner of the public realm, the cell phone in the last decade has undoubtedly provided a boon to (among... More>>
Film Film
, August 24, 2004
If Iranian cinema still leads the Arab pack in terms of visionary sophistication, then Darius Mehrjui is its beleaguered pioneer, having... More>>
Torrents of Arabia Torrents of Arabia
Islamic severity vs. belly-dancing tradition: Fest honors Egyptian auteur and successors
, August 24, 2004
In the enlightening, if mildly patronizing, tradition of alt-film programming of third-world movies that are more exotic cultural expressions... More>>
Once Upon a Time in the East: A Chinese B Western Once Upon a Time in the East: A Chinese B Western
, August 24, 2004
Sony Classics' entry in the summer action import sweepstakes, He Ping's Warriors of Heaven and Earth, is a fitfully rousing but too derivative... More>>
Saving Private Lee: A Gory, Soapy Korean War Epic
, August 24, 2004
Literalizing the phrase "band of brothers," Shiri director Kang Je-gyu's Asian box office smash Tae Guk Gi gives the Korean War the Saving... More>>
Stress Becomes Her: Actress Conquers Middlebrow Angst Stress Becomes Her: Actress Conquers Middlebrow Angst
, August 24, 2004
Among the many pleasures of watching Italian actress Laura Morante is a certain astringency that seizes her face in moments of stress—her... More>>
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, August 24, 2004
Hairdresser Xen (Rehaan Engineer) has had a gift since he stood in a soundproof recording-studio booth and watched his parents die (at the hands... More>>
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, August 24, 2004
Mere weeks before 9-11, firefighter Gerard Baptiste purchased a beat-up old motorcycle, with plans to fix it up. He never got the... More>>
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, August 24, 2004
The downtown performance artist formerly known as Michael Morra, who died in 2001, led the sort of life that might make a compelling... More>>
Film
, August 24, 2004
Deborah Kampmeier's muddled, miserable first feature about maculate conception will make you look back fondly on 1985, the year Godard's Hail... More>>
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, August 24, 2004
What thousands of Muslims in the U.S. were put through immediately after 9-11 was pure torture—yanked off the streets because of their... More>>
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