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Tasty Doc Wa-shoku Examines Japanese Food in America Tasty Doc Wa-shoku Examines Japanese Food in America
, April 22, 2015
A catchall term for Japanese cuisine, washoku is omnipresent in these blessed United States thanks largely to one man: Noritoshi Kanai. The... More>>
Russell Crowe's Directorial Debut The Water Diviner Is Often Too Tedious Russell Crowe's Directorial Debut The Water Diviner Is Often Too Tedious
, April 22, 2015
Russell Crowe proves to be a proficient director in need of better material with The Water Diviner, an adaptation of Andrew Anastasios and Dr.... More>>
Laugh Killer Laugh Offers None of the Pulpy Fun of Its Title Laugh Killer Laugh Offers None of the Pulpy Fun of Its Title
, April 22, 2015
A creative-writing teacher in Laugh Killer Laugh instructs his students to fictionalize their own personal experiences. For sad-sack second-story... More>>
Eco Doc Revolution Hews Too Close to Formula Eco Doc Revolution Hews Too Close to Formula
, April 22, 2015
Director Rob Stewart commits a tactical error common to contemporary documentary filmmakers whose work rings the alarm on the damage we do to... More>>
Artists Reflect on Life in Nazi Camps in Because I Was a Painter Artists Reflect on Life in Nazi Camps in Because I Was a Painter
, April 22, 2015
“I drew all of that because I was a painter. It was an inner necessity." So goes the opening statement of Christophe Cognet's documentary... More>>
Real-Life Hostage Thriller 24 Days Could Use More Humanity Real-Life Hostage Thriller 24 Days Could Use More Humanity
, April 22, 2015
Alexandre Arcady's thriller 24 Days follows the true-life 2006 kidnapping and ransom of Ilan Halimi, a young Jewish man living in Paris. This... More>>
Life-After-Auschwitz Tale Anita B. Is Mired by Sentiment Life-After-Auschwitz Tale Anita B. Is Mired by Sentiment
, April 22, 2015
Anita (Eline Powell), the hero of Roberto Faenza’s new Holocaust film, is a Hungarian Jew and, as the picture opens, survivor of a recently... More>>
Lively Wears Her Role in The Age of Adaline Well, but Time Isn't On Her Side Lively Wears Her Role in The Age of Adaline Well, but Time Isn't On Her Side
, April 22, 2015
Blake Lively, quietly dazzling in pictures like The Town and the almost embarrassingly enjoyable Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series, has... More>>
Wannabe Tarantino Thugs Rule Road to Juarez Wannabe Tarantino Thugs Rule Road to Juarez
, April 22, 2015
A stark lesson in the importance of skillful editing, Road to Juarez crisscrosses so haphazardly between locations, incidents, and time frames... More>>
Thriller Unfriended Is the Rare Good Film About the Internet Thriller Unfriended Is the Rare Good Film About the Internet
, April 15, 2015
The trolling is coming from inside the house! Mere emojis can't capture the plugged-in joys of the first hour or so of haunted-internet teen... More>>
FX's Hillbilly Noir Justified Was the Forgotten Prestige TV Show FX's Hillbilly Noir Justified Was the Forgotten Prestige TV Show
, April 15, 2015
No show wears its love for language and land more proudly than FX's Justified, which ends its six-year run on April 14. Based on a novella by... More>>
Disney's Monkey Kingdom Is Wonderful -- and Full of Lies Disney's Monkey Kingdom Is Wonderful -- and Full of Lies
, April 15, 2015
Truth in film takes another jolly beating in Disneynature's Monkey Kingdom, a documentary-like nature flick with the last-century chutzpah to... More>>
True Story Aims to Expose Journalistic Malpractice, but Mostly Exposes James Franco True Story Aims to Expose Journalistic Malpractice, but Mostly Exposes James Franco
, April 15, 2015
The sequence that opens True Story tells you plenty about what you’re in for: A rumpled teddy bear drifts down from our vantage point like... More>>
Fact, Fiction, or In-Between, Agnes Varda's Films Illuminate Lives Fact, Fiction, or In-Between, Agnes Varda's Films Illuminate Lives
, April 15, 2015
In the 60 years since she made her first film, the inexhaustibly curious Agnès Varda, who turns 87 next month, has always worked outside... More>>
Roar Is an Animal Anti-Masterpiece Roar Is an Animal Anti-Masterpiece
, April 15, 2015
A normal movie ends with the American Humane Association's assurance that "No animals were harmed." But Tippi Hedren's doomed 1981 obsession Roar... More>>
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