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Scary Funny: Seth Rogen Learns What Frightens a Dictator Scary Funny: Seth Rogen Learns What Frightens a Dictator
, December 17, 2014
Sony assumed North Korea would hate the movie. The question was: What would it do? Pyongyang had just tested its atom bomb and threatened... More>>
Ten Films to Look For in 2015 Ten Films to Look For in 2015
Here's what might be next year's best
, December 17, 2014
As the year in moviegoing draws to a close — and as critics busy themselves drawing up lists and handing out awards — it seems time... More>>
Marion Cotillard Wins -- Twice -- in Our 2014 Film Critics' Poll Marion Cotillard Wins -- Twice -- in Our 2014 Film Critics' Poll
The Voice's annual film poll toasts Cotillard, ScarJo, and Boyhood
, December 17, 2014
What kind of circle is time again? A year after blowing the doors off our annual critics’ poll, golden boy Matthew McConaughey won just a... More>>
The Ten Best TV Shows of 2014 The Ten Best TV Shows of 2014
, December 17, 2014
TV continued to unmoor from its origins and transform into something else this year. No longer tethered to a specific appliance, a particular... More>>
He Brought Down the Wrong Empire: Seth Rogen's The Interview Won't Show in Theaters He Brought Down the Wrong Empire: Seth Rogen's The Interview Won't Show in Theaters
, December 17, 2014
Editor's Note: Sony has officially canceled the theatrical release of The Interview following terrorist threats against theaters, and the... More>>
The Colbert Report's Greatness Arrived With Its Very First Episode The Colbert Report's Greatness Arrived With Its Very First Episode
, December 17, 2014
The funniest and most incisive show on television is ending this week -- so let's look back at how it began. On October 17, 2005, a power-suited... More>>
Get Busy Buying Physical Copies of Movies This Season Get Busy Buying Physical Copies of Movies This Season
Don't Watch That, Watch This: A Film-Lovers Gift Guide
, December 17, 2014
Call it Stone Age materialism, but I still think movies are worth owning in physical forms you can hold, shelve, and collect, and therefore worth... More>>
Timothy Spall Unearths the Man Beneath Mr. Turner's Gruffness Timothy Spall Unearths the Man Beneath Mr. Turner's Gruffness
, December 17, 2014
If you've ever loved a terrible person, Mike Leigh's quietly sensational Mr. Turner — a biopic, of sorts, covering the last 25 years of the... More>>
A Marriage Crumbles, Beautifully, in Ceylan's Winter Sleep A Marriage Crumbles, Beautifully, in Ceylan's Winter Sleep
, December 17, 2014
Twitter is doublestuffed with check-your-privilege messages for entitled men, but I've rarely seen one as potent as this singular line from Nuri... More>>
The Night at the Museum Movies Are Better Than Critics Say The Night at the Museum Movies Are Better Than Critics Say
, December 17, 2014
Critics aren’t supposed to like the Night at the Museum movies. We’re supposed to see them out of duty and then write stuff like,... More>>
Da Vinci Hams for the Camera in Inside the Mind of Leonardo 3D
, December 17, 2014
An actor (Peter Capaldi) plays Leonardo da Vinci, standing before exposed brick, intently hamming at a 3-D movie camera, spouting words set down... More>>
Family Drama Goodbye to All That Strikes One Note Family Drama Goodbye to All That Strikes One Note
, December 17, 2014
From the first moments of Goodbye to All That, when Otto Wall (Paul Schneider) is jogging past vibrant autumn foliage to the strains of a Haydn... More>>
A Small Section of the World Is Cinematic Espresso A Small Section of the World Is Cinematic Espresso
, December 17, 2014
Even without the careful framing and exquisite camerawork, Costa Rica is gorgeous. Green mountains and a wet climate produce sweeping panoramas... More>>
If You Don't, I Will Intelligently Portrays a Marriage in Crisis If You Don't, I Will Intelligently Portrays a Marriage in Crisis
, December 17, 2014
Perceptive and subtle almost to a fault, Sophie Fillières's If You Don't, I Will gingerly metes out insights against their dramatic... More>>
The Latest Annie Doesn't Seem Interested in Children The Latest Annie Doesn't Seem Interested in Children
, December 17, 2014
Every version of Annie since the Broadway original has aimed younger and younger. John Huston's 1982 movie cut the child-confounding songs "We'd... More>>
Song of the Sea Is a Beautifully Rendered Children's Tale Song of the Sea Is a Beautifully Rendered Children's Tale
, December 17, 2014
Tomm Moore's touching Song of the Sea is not anime, but it shares elements with some of the best anime films of recent years, particularly Mamoru... More>>
You'll Surrender to Basilica-Building Doc Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation You'll Surrender to Basilica-Building Doc Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation
, December 17, 2014
God is not in a hurry," we're told late in Stefan Haupt's Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation, a peaceful and gently stirring documentary that... More>>
Aging Actress Doc Life of an Actress Is a Timid and Slapdash Musical Aging Actress Doc Life of an Actress Is a Timid and Slapdash Musical
, December 17, 2014
Female thespians over 40 who aren’t named Meryl Streep seem to end up in one of three roles for the rest of their careers: the mom, the... More>>
Netflix's Marco Polo Is Everything That's Wrong With Game of Thrones Netflix's Marco Polo Is Everything That's Wrong With Game of Thrones
, December 10, 2014
Despite its sumptuous displays of feudal opulence -- cavalries, silk gowns, all the naked female extras money can buy -- Netflix's Marco Polo... More>>
Ten Feel-Bad Christmas Movies to Cure You of Holiday Cheer Ten Feel-Bad Christmas Movies to Cure You of Holiday Cheer
, December 10, 2014
Just ask any grinch, grouch, or garden-variety depressive. They'll tell you that Christmas isn't only about togetherness, great gifts, and happy... More>>
Maidan Reveals a Ukrainian Uprising -- and the Crackdown Maidan Reveals a Ukrainian Uprising -- and the Crackdown
, December 10, 2014
Easily the most rigorous, vital, and powerful movie of 2014, Sergei Loznitsa's Maidan may be a perfect Bazinian cinema-machine — reality is... More>>
Moses Begins: Bale and Exodus Tremble Before a Murdering God Moses Begins: Bale and Exodus Tremble Before a Murdering God
, December 10, 2014
Flip open your Bibles to Numbers 12:3 to find the first inaccuracy in Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods and Kings. “Now the man Moses was very... More>>
California Split is One of Many Altman Greats Hitting MOMA California Split is One of Many Altman Greats Hitting MOMA
, December 10, 2014
Among the familiar monuments, those attempts to capture entire cities and eras within single movies, there's a host of fascinating curios to be... More>>
Why We Need Comedy Why We Need Comedy
Chris Rock and Top Five make glorious sense in a city gone mad
, December 10, 2014
Whatever it is New Yorkers want out of life — and it's not even something we can precisely define ourselves — it was nowhere in... More>>
Paul Thomas Anderson Reclaims His Loose, Wiggy Side in Inherent Vice Paul Thomas Anderson Reclaims His Loose, Wiggy Side in Inherent Vice
, December 10, 2014
Paul Thomas Anderson was making serious movies long before he started making "serious" movies, ponderous works of certified art like There Will... More>>
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