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Bad Johnson Is Probably the Most Thoughtful Movie About a Penis That Becomes a Bro Bad Johnson Is Probably the Most Thoughtful Movie About a Penis That Becomes a Bro
, April 30, 2014
Huck Botko's Bad Johnson is probably the most thoughtful movie possible about a penis that takes human form. Blaming his genitals after yet... More>>
Just Enjoy the Set Pieces in Martial Arts Sequel The Protector 2 Just Enjoy the Set Pieces in Martial Arts Sequel The Protector 2
, April 30, 2014
You don't mess with a man's elephant, especially if that man is Thai martial artist Tony Jaa. In The Protector 2, Jaa's country bumpkin Kham... More>>
The M Word, an Unstructured Gabfest Makes a Mess of Midlife Upheaval The M Word, an Unstructured Gabfest Makes a Mess of Midlife Upheaval
, April 30, 2014
A pluralistic personal account of menopause seems like a fine idea for a movie, but was Henry Jaglom the right person to make it? In The M... More>>
In Beneath the Harvest Sky, Images of Young, Small-Town Life Will Linger In Beneath the Harvest Sky, Images of Young, Small-Town Life Will Linger
, April 30, 2014
If the new hard times have been addressed in The Place Beyond the Pines and Out of the Furnace, films that depict hardscrabble America as rugged... More>>
Magic Words (To Break a Spell) Chronicles Nicaragua's 40-Year Political Turmoil Magic Words (To Break a Spell) Chronicles Nicaragua's 40-Year Political Turmoil
, April 30, 2014
With its ability to jump across vast swaths of time in an instant, cinema is uniquely capable of creating complex historical narratives that use... More>>
Ida: Life in '62, with the Holocaust Still a Recent Memory Ida: Life in '62, with the Holocaust Still a Recent Memory
, April 30, 2014
Around 3 million Polish Jews — about 90 percent of the population — were killed by the Nazis. A few thousand gentiles sought to save... More>>
In Friended to Death, a Dark Comedy on Addiction to Social Media In Friended to Death, a Dark Comedy on Addiction to Social Media
, April 30, 2014
Michael Harris (Ryan Hansen) suffers from an addiction to social media. We know this because hardly a minute of Friended to Death passes... More>>
Jobriath A.D. Is an Exceptional Documentary on an Also-Ran Jobriath A.D. Is an Exceptional Documentary on an Also-Ran
, April 30, 2014
Even before the critically adored, commercially popular Searching for Sugar Man and 20 Feet from Stardom gave way to countless copycats, the... More>>
Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Tour Film: For Fans Only Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Tour Film: For Fans Only
, April 30, 2014
If you're not already a fan of indie country crooner Bill Callahan, watching Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Tour Film will be like attending an... More>>
In Unclaimed, a U.S. Soldier KIA in Vietnam Reappears -- or Does He? In Unclaimed, a U.S. Soldier KIA in Vietnam Reappears -- or Does He?
, April 30, 2014
The Vietnamese national who identifies himself as John Hartley Robertson, an American soldier reported KIA in 1976, has a number of strikes... More>>
Diane Kurys's Domestic Drama For a Woman Tests Marital Bonds Diane Kurys's Domestic Drama For a Woman Tests Marital Bonds
, April 30, 2014
For a Woman continues French writer-director Diane Kurys's career-long interest in autobiography. Kurys started out as an actress in the '70s,... More>>
Decoding Annie Parker, a Living-With-Disease Drama Decoding Annie Parker, a Living-With-Disease Drama
, April 30, 2014
Decoding Annie Parker is a better living-with-disease drama than medical mystery. Veteran cinematographer Steven Bernstein's directorial debut... More>>
Tribeca: Kevin Spacey's NOW will make you wish you were there THEN Tribeca: Kevin Spacey's NOW will make you wish you were there THEN
, April 23, 2014
Kevin Spacey proved a gnarled and magnificent Richard III in Sam Mendes's globe-straddling 2011–2012 production of Shakespeare's... More>>
Tribeca: Rural-Noir Beneath the Harvest Sky Wears Us Down, But Sean Gullette’s Traitors Is Alive With Scuzzy Energy Tribeca: Rural-Noir Beneath the Harvest Sky Wears Us Down, But Sean Gullette’s Traitors Is Alive With Scuzzy Energy
, April 23, 2014
That old familiar damp-backwoods-gray-skies indie ominousness is peddled to little effect by Beneath the Harvest Sky, a film whose title is more... More>>
Tribeca: Roman Polanski's Erotic, Furious Venus in Fur and Onur Tukel’s Summer of Blood Tribeca: Roman Polanski's Erotic, Furious Venus in Fur and Onur Tukel’s Summer of Blood
, April 23, 2014
Following on the heels of 2011’s Carnage, Roman Polanski again transports the stage to the screen with Venus in Fur, an adaptation of David... More>>
The Other Woman Doesn't Let Its Cast Be Great The Other Woman Doesn't Let Its Cast Be Great
, April 23, 2014
The sexual politics of Nick Cassavetes's decidedly un-romantic comedy The Other Woman are intriguingly European and, at their core, kind of... More>>
Rebuilding Year: Spider-Man Does the Same Things Spider-Man Always Does Rebuilding Year: Spider-Man Does the Same Things Spider-Man Always Does
, April 23, 2014
Since 2002, the year Sam Raimi's Spider-Man hit theaters, the other Spider-Man, the hero of the actual comic books, has joined the Avengers,... More>>
Brick Mansions, a Cover Not As Good as the Original Brick Mansions, a Cover Not As Good as the Original
, April 23, 2014
The update of Ben E. King's classic "Stand By Me" by the DJ and electronic musician Ki:Theory that auto-plays on Brick Mansions' official... More>>
Tribeca: Glass Chin Is Strong and Cutting; The Newburgh Sting Doesn't Convince Tribeca: Glass Chin Is Strong and Cutting; The Newburgh Sting Doesn't Convince
, April 23, 2014
Documentary The Newburgh Sting attempts to rehabilitate the reputation of four Newburgh, New York, terrorists who were convicted of trying to... More>>
WWII Drama Walking with the Enemy Crams a Lot of Big Ideas Into a Small Movie WWII Drama Walking with the Enemy Crams a Lot of Big Ideas Into a Small Movie
, April 23, 2014
In the World War II drama Walking with the Enemy, everything unrelated to the actual war feels like a nostalgic grandpa's rose-tinted... More>>
Tanzania: A Journey Within Is More Selfie that Documentary Tanzania: A Journey Within Is More Selfie that Documentary
, April 23, 2014
Tanzania: A Journey Within follows two friends from the United States to Africa: one a young Tanzanian man, Venance Ndibalema, who is returning... More>>
Mistanthropes Put on a Show in Bicycling With Moliere Mistanthropes Put on a Show in Bicycling With Moliere
, April 23, 2014
While genius is often accompanied by personality disorders and self-absorption, the reverse is seldom true, though it hasn't hurt ‎David... More>>
Horror Film The Quiet Ones Will Jolt You Horror Film The Quiet Ones Will Jolt You
, April 23, 2014
To the extent that horror film The Quiet Ones is at all notable, it's largely thanks to the work of sound supervisor Dan Snow and his team of... More>>
Locke Locks You and Tom Hardy in a Car Locke Locks You and Tom Hardy in a Car
Long Dark Drive of the Soul
, April 23, 2014
How much can you take away and still have a movie? Steven Knight's Locke is an experiment in reducing contemporary scree storytelling to its... More>>
Orson Welles's Tattered, Glorious Othello Returns Orson Welles's Tattered, Glorious Othello Returns
Patchwork Genius
, April 23, 2014
The Venn diagram overlap of Shakespeare with the elaborate scrap-fabric quilts pieced together by early American settlers is Orson Welles's... More>>
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