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Garfield Creator Jim Davis Explains Why Cats Rule the Internet Garfield Creator Jim Davis Explains Why Cats Rule the Internet
...And why Jon actually might be talking to himself
, November 26, 2014
Garfield creator Jim Davis is well aware of the internet's cat obsession. In fact, he's got an upcoming strip about it. "But if I told you the... More>>
Gape at the Wonders of the Sublime Antarctica Gape at the Wonders of the Sublime Antarctica
, November 26, 2014
The heavens dance. From the bottom of the world, where your eyes might freeze in your face, we see stars pulse against seams of luminous dust,... More>>
Horrible Bosses 2 is the comedy the first should have been Horrible Bosses 2 is the comedy the first should have been
, November 26, 2014
The third-greatest scourge of the earth, right after online comments sections and bedbugs, is the unfunny comedy sequel, which may be why you... More>>
In The Imitation Game, Benedict Cumberbatch's Codebreaker Gets Lost in the Plot In The Imitation Game, Benedict Cumberbatch's Codebreaker Gets Lost in the Plot
, November 26, 2014
“Politics really isn't my specialty,” shrugs Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to a naval commander (Charles Dance) in an early job... More>>
The Scarifying Babadook Is a Rare Horror Triumph The Scarifying Babadook Is a Rare Horror Triumph
, November 26, 2014
If we're honest, most of us who relish a good horror film don't actually hope to feel something like horror. The appeal is, instead, that of... More>>
Miracolo! Miracolo! Monicelli's Farces -- and Magnani's Marvelousness -- Hit Film Forum Miracolo! Miracolo! Monicelli's Farces -- and Magnani's Marvelousness -- Hit Film Forum
, November 26, 2014
The more ludicrous life gets, the more we need Italian comedy. When the world gets you down, the most surefire cure might be Anna Magnani —... More>>
First-Rate Doc Remote Area Medical Reminds You How Bad Things Were Before Obamacare First-Rate Doc Remote Area Medical Reminds You How Bad Things Were Before Obamacare
, November 26, 2014
In 1985, philanthropist Stan Brock founded Remote Area Medical, a charity intended, according to the title card that opens Jeff Reichert and... More>>
Olympic Swimming Doc Touch the Wall Warrants a Silver, at Best Olympic Swimming Doc Touch the Wall Warrants a Silver, at Best
, November 26, 2014
Unlike most competition-based documentaries, Touch the Wall shrewdly maintains a narrow focus, splitting its attention between four-time Olympic... More>>
Bummed Over Miyazaki's Retirement? Watch The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness
, November 26, 2014
Riveting behind-the-scenes documentary The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness offers some comfort for viewers facing a world without new feature films... More>>
The Tedious Before I Disappear Should Disappear Already The Tedious Before I Disappear Should Disappear Already
, November 26, 2014
In case you needed more proof that the SXSW festival has become an overblown tech and marketing event with zero artistic credibility, look no... More>>
The Immortalists Asks What If We Could Live Forever but Not Should We The Immortalists Asks What If We Could Live Forever but Not Should We
, November 26, 2014
Scientists Bill Andrews and Aubrey de Grey, the former a square-ish American ultramarathon runner, the latter a British decadent in the... More>>
You Children Deserve Better Than Penguins of Madagascar You Children Deserve Better Than Penguins of Madagascar
, November 26, 2014
Talking-animal spy comedy Penguins of Madagascar, a spin-off of talking-animal prison-break comedy Madagascar and its sequels, plays like a... More>>
The Historian Lays Bare the Cost of Academic Life The Historian Lays Bare the Cost of Academic Life
, November 26, 2014
Smart people (in this case, academics) do stupid things in The Historian, and since first-time writer/director Miles Doleac has the tendency to... More>>
Is Any Part of Bill Cosby's Legacy Worth Salvaging? Is Any Part of Bill Cosby's Legacy Worth Salvaging?
How you separate the art from the artist
, November 19, 2014
Bill Cosby's present is secure. Despite the 17 women (so far) who have publicly come forward with notably similar allegations of drug-enabled... More>>
Constipation Crime Drama The Mule Only Offers Relief at the End Constipation Crime Drama The Mule Only Offers Relief at the End
, November 19, 2014
Perhaps it's fitting that a crime drama about constipation should take so long to get going. Directors Tony Mahony and Angus Sampson's tense... More>>
Bad Hair Is an Affecting Look at Youthful Yearning Bad Hair Is an Affecting Look at Youthful Yearning
, November 19, 2014
When we’re little, the things we want so badly in our miniaturized here-and-now are often impossible for grown-ups to understand.... More>>
Jarvis Cocker and Pulp Go Home in an Engaging Doc Jarvis Cocker and Pulp Go Home in an Engaging Doc
, November 19, 2014
When I was a kid in upstate New York, I’d hear Petula Clark’s “Downtown” on the radio — a song about the promise of... More>>
The Rapturous Flamenco Flamenco Offers Just What It Promises The Rapturous Flamenco Flamenco Offers Just What It Promises
See It! See It!
, November 19, 2014
The magnificent dance film Flamenco Flamenco begins, as it must, with a lady in red. Scarlet red, the dress clings to the impossibly lithe body... More>>
Mockingjay Is Sharp on Propaganda but Soft on Celebrity Mockingjay Is Sharp on Propaganda but Soft on Celebrity
, November 19, 2014
Over the first two Hunger Games films, we've watched coal miner's daughter Katniss Everdeen become the pawn, then the pest, of the Capitol, whose... More>>
Post-Paterno, Happy Valley Finds Penn State Thumbing Its Wounds Post-Paterno, Happy Valley Finds Penn State Thumbing Its Wounds
, November 19, 2014
Here's a terrifying thought: What if there's one thing in your life you feel so passionately about that you miss out on the bigger truths? That... More>>
Sex and Broadcasting Celebrates the Unlikely Story of WFMU Sex and Broadcasting Celebrates the Unlikely Story of WFMU
, November 19, 2014
The title is a tease. Sex and Broadcasting, Tim K. Smith’s long-overdue documentary on WFMU -- America’s most celebrated freeform... More>>
The King and the Mockingbird Is Elegant and Climaxes with a Robot Attack The King and the Mockingbird Is Elegant and Climaxes with a Robot Attack
, November 19, 2014
The most swooning and elegant hand-drawn animation masterpiece to climax with a giant robot attack, Paul Grimault's The King and the Mockingbird... More>>
The Singular Story of My Death Has a Dazzling Vitality The Singular Story of My Death Has a Dazzling Vitality
, November 19, 2014
Introducing Story of My Death at the International Film Festival Rotterdam earlier this year, Catalan director Albert Serra proclaimed his film... More>>
The Marvelous Monk With a Camera Examines the Paradox of Fame and Humility The Marvelous Monk With a Camera Examines the Paradox of Fame and Humility
, November 19, 2014
Nicholas Vreeland has a shaved head and a famous last name. The first, obvious and gleaming, advertises his humility and his life as a Tibetan... More>>
Despite Missteps, Four Moons Provides Compelling Drama Despite Missteps, Four Moons Provides Compelling Drama
, November 19, 2014
Watching Sergio Tovar Velarde's Four Moons can feel like witnessing a young musician performing with an emotional intensity that heavily... More>>
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