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Tina Fey's Weird and Winsome Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Channels Liz Lemon and Leslie Knope Tina Fey's Weird and Winsome Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Channels Liz Lemon and Leslie Knope
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt review
, March 04, 2015
The world is a terrible place. That's the uncompromising truth with which Tina Fey and Robert Carlock begin Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix),... More>>
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Earns a Silver Medal The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Earns a Silver Medal
, March 04, 2015
Almost immediately after it was released, the 2012 stealth hit Best Exotic Marigold Hotel became more a punchline than a movie. Who knew... More>>
Parisian Spring: This Year's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema Might Melt Our City at Last Parisian Spring: This Year's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema Might Melt Our City at Last
, March 04, 2015
Apologies to T.S. Eliot, but March in New York is surely the cruelest month, often a 31-day mantle of cold or drizzle (or both) through which... More>>
Strong New Docs on Hoaxers and Debunkers Reveal a Country Eager to Be Fooled Strong New Docs on Hoaxers and Debunkers Reveal a Country Eager to Be Fooled
Reviews of An Honest Liar and Merchants of Doubt
, March 04, 2015
The public really doesn't listen when they're being told straightforward facts," says the Amazing Randi. The magician, escape artist, and tiny... More>>
Grey Gardens Gets Spruced Up at Film Forum Grey Gardens Gets Spruced Up at Film Forum
, March 04, 2015
You might want to protest that a sparkling new print of Grey Gardens violates the point of Grey Gardens. But if you feel strongly about it... More>>
The Mind of Mark DeFriest Is a Powerful Indictment of the Prison System The Mind of Mark DeFriest Is a Powerful Indictment of the Prison System
, March 04, 2015
A chilling, timely, often darkly and unexpectedly humorous look at one man's brutal experiences in the American prison system, the documentary... More>>
In The Mafia Only Kills in Summer, the Cosa Nostra Is  Gloriously Lampooned In The Mafia Only Kills in Summer, the Cosa Nostra Is Gloriously Lampooned
, March 04, 2015
The city of Palermo has long suffered under the rule of a criminal empire: the Sicilian Mafia, better known as the Cosa Nostra. Anti-mob group... More>>
Deli Man Documents a Grand Food Tradition Deli Man Documents a Grand Food Tradition
, March 04, 2015
Chinese and Italian cuisines in America recall the traditions of homelands to which their practitioners can return. Not so with the Jewish... More>>
NYC Drug Drama Straight Outta Tompkins Is Engaging but Overstuffed NYC Drug Drama Straight Outta Tompkins Is Engaging but Overstuffed
, March 04, 2015
With a title that plays knowingly on NWA, this autobiographical debut from 21-year-old writer-director-star Zephyr Benson swaps the black L.A.... More>>
Adam Carolla Mines His Own Career for Road Hard Adam Carolla Mines His Own Career for Road Hard
, March 04, 2015
Adam Carolla mines his own career trajectory for worn-out dramedic pap in Road Hard, in which the comedian plays autobiographical proxy Bruce, a... More>>
The Loser in Buzzard Spirals Near Psychosis The Loser in Buzzard Spirals Near Psychosis
, March 04, 2015
Marty Jackitansky (Joshua Burge) likes video games, death metal, and horror comics; he doesn't see a future past the stone's-throw distance of... More>>
October Gale Is a Character-Driven Thriller October Gale Is a Character-Driven Thriller
, March 04, 2015
Ruba Nadda followed up her breakthrough film Cairo Time with thrillers for its two leads: Inescapable for Alexander Siddig, and now October Gale... More>>
These Final Hours Offers an Amped-Up, Pre-Apocalyptic Vision These Final Hours Offers an Amped-Up, Pre-Apocalyptic Vision
, March 04, 2015
Where David Michôd's recent The Rover provided a poised, sparse vision of post-apocalyptic Australia (complete with "a Bressonian car... More>>
The True Story in Kidnapping Mr. Heineken Tastes Flat The True Story in Kidnapping Mr. Heineken Tastes Flat
, March 04, 2015
In 1983 — as chronicled in Dutch investigative reporter Peter R. de Vries's bestseller — five financially desperate childhood pals... More>>
Allure Tries to Make Sense of the Occupy Movement Allure Tries to Make Sense of the Occupy Movement
, March 04, 2015
Set in the distant past of 2011, when the Occupy movement was still roaring and all hope was not yet lost, Vladan Nikolic's Allure struggles to... More>>
Two Men in Town Gets a Bewildering 'R' Rating Two Men in Town Gets a Bewildering 'R' Rating
, March 04, 2015
In Rachid Bouchareb’s Two Men in Town, a remake of José Giovanni’s 1973 film, William Garnett (Forest Whitaker) is on parole... More>>
Stark, Social-Realist Thriller The Lesson Will Trap You Stark, Social-Realist Thriller The Lesson Will Trap You
, March 04, 2015
Playing upon the universality of being anxiously broke, Bulgarian filmmaking duo Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov's stark, stealthy, and... More>>
Archer Sags Into Middle Age in Its Sixth, 'Unrebooted' Season Archer Sags Into Middle Age in Its Sixth, 'Unrebooted' Season
, February 25, 2015
TV shows aren't too different from people in at least one respect: The longer they've been around, the less interest they tend to garner. But the... More>>
Lance Edmands Debut Bluebird Is Gorgeous but Too Grim Lance Edmands Debut Bluebird Is Gorgeous but Too Grim
, February 25, 2015
You know how three-quarters of the way through most conventionally plotted movies it looks as if things couldn't get more bleak for the... More>>
Screwball in Brooklyn: Wild Canaries Is No Hipster Thin Man Screwball in Brooklyn: Wild Canaries Is No Hipster Thin Man
, February 25, 2015
The new Brooklyn is generally derided as a wilderness of double-wide strollers, young men with the facial hair of Canadian loggers circa 1852,... More>>
Julianne Moore Is Grand in Maps to the Stars Julianne Moore Is Grand in Maps to the Stars
, February 25, 2015
Is it possible to essentially like a movie yet feel revulsion toward its script? David Cronenberg's Maps to the Stars is clearly intended as a... More>>
Go on the Lam With the Louts of Young Bodies Heal Quickly Go on the Lam With the Louts of Young Bodies Heal Quickly
, February 25, 2015
If there is a "crisis" among American boys, as you sometimes hear during slow news weeks, its cause is pretty straight-up clear: The bored and... More>>
A Star Comes Into Focus but the Movie Never Quite Does A Star Comes Into Focus but the Movie Never Quite Does
, February 25, 2015
If Grace Kelly had been raised by coyotes, she might have stalked the screen like Focus's Margot Robbie, a va-va-voom blonde with bite. Robbie is... More>>
Salma Hayek Takes On an Arsenal in Everly Salma Hayek Takes On an Arsenal in Everly
, February 25, 2015
Joe Lynch's Everly opens with the screams of a sex slave played by Salma Hayek. It seems impossible things for her could get much worse —... More>>
In Eastern Boys, an Immigrant's Turbulent Life in Paris In Eastern Boys, an Immigrant's Turbulent Life in Paris
, February 25, 2015
The eastern boys of French-Moroccan director Robin Campillo's beautifully acted new film are a gang of undocumented East Europeans headed by a... More>>
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