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This Year's New Directors/New Films is a Corker This Year's New Directors/New Films is a Corker
, March 19, 2014
Diversity is not exactly a hallmark of American film festivals. During the early part of the year, in particular, cinephiles were greeted by the... More>>
In Nymphomaniac, von Trier Plunges Deep In Nymphomaniac, von Trier Plunges Deep
, March 19, 2014
Let's start with the ending, the closing credits disclaimer that insists that none of the lead actors in Lars von Trier's two-part erotic epic... More>>
The Missing Picture: Surviving the Khmer Rouge, with Puppets The Missing Picture: Surviving the Khmer Rouge, with Puppets
, March 19, 2014
A friend of mine, who's in his fifties, is getting an MFA in nonfiction writing. Many of the other students in his program are in their... More>>
The Very Funny The French Minister Is All Politics and Zero Ideology The Very Funny The French Minister Is All Politics and Zero Ideology
, March 19, 2014
Armando Iannucci’s comedies Veep and The Thick of It are all politics, zero ideology, except where someone’s ideological posture... More>>
Shailene Woodley Proves More Human Than Divergent Shailene Woodley Proves More Human Than Divergent
YA Yawn.
, March 19, 2014
Dystopian movies don't have to make sense. As the audience, we're obligated to sit down with our popcorn and soda and pretend that yes, of... More>>
James Franco Plays Another Version of Himself in Maladies James Franco Plays Another Version of Himself in Maladies
, March 19, 2014
After convincing pomo stuntman James Franco into a guest turn on General Hospital and a career retrospective of sorts in Erased James Franco, an... More>>
Radical History: American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs Radical History: American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs
, March 19, 2014
How do you recognize a radical? A smiling 98-year-old woman with the world's most sensible haircut, shuffling along a sunny, decrepit Detroit... More>>
Indie Romance Stay Is Somber Until It Isn't Indie Romance Stay Is Somber Until It Isn't
, March 19, 2014
Imagine a sad, realist remake of Leap Year. It might resemble Wiebke von Carolsfeld's indie romance Stay, which at least isn't predicated on plot... More>>
From Both Sides of the Aegean Is More Social Studies Lesson Than Cinema From Both Sides of the Aegean Is More Social Studies Lesson Than Cinema
, March 19, 2014
Following the end of the Greco-Turkish war, the participating countries signed a mutual population expulsion that chaotically, violently forced... More>>
Awakened Is a Needlessly Incoherent Thriller Awakened Is a Needlessly Incoherent Thriller
, March 19, 2014
This needlessly incoherent thriller treats its convoluted nonsense with grave seriousness. It's mawkish, maudlin, and tongue-tied —... More>>
Dumb Crooks Star in the Tragicomic Rob the Mob Dumb Crooks Star in the Tragicomic Rob the Mob
, March 19, 2014
Rob the Mob is a tragicomic take on two of the dumbest real-life stick-up artists in American history, the sort of dopes you might see loudly... More>>
Police Thriller McCanick Has Plenty of Dirty Cop Cliches Police Thriller McCanick Has Plenty of Dirty Cop Cliches
, March 19, 2014
Not a single mechanic appears in the police thriller McCanick, which borrows from its dirty-nailed, homonymous hero an ethos of brusque... More>>
Brothers Hypnotic Follows Eight Horn-Carrying Brothers Brothers Hypnotic Follows Eight Horn-Carrying Brothers
, March 19, 2014
The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble's sound travels through jazz, rock, funk, soul, and hip-hop on peaceful waves. Reuben Atlas's debut film, Brothers... More>>
Big Joy Celebrates the Late James Broughton With His Clear Voice Big Joy Celebrates the Late James Broughton With His Clear Voice
, March 19, 2014
American filmmaker and poet James Broughton recorded odes to life on Earth. On March 22 and 23, Anthology Film Archive presents programs of... More>>
A Birder's Guide to Everything: Fathers and Sons Gotta Hug A Birder's Guide to Everything: Fathers and Sons Gotta Hug
, March 19, 2014
"Everything" covers a lot of ground, and Rob Meyer's coming-of-age dramedy A Birder's Guide to Everything has a slightly more modest scope.... More>>
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