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Don't Miss Chantal Akerman's Study of Pina Bausch at Lincoln Center Don't Miss Chantal Akerman's Study of Pina Bausch at Lincoln Center
Master Faces Master
, June 04, 2014
'I was overcome by an emotion I can't quite define — something to do with happiness," Chantal Akerman says during her sole, fleeting... More>>
The Case Against 8 Is a Stirring Doc That's the Best Kind of Popular History The Case Against 8 Is a Stirring Doc That's the Best Kind of Popular History
, June 04, 2014
There's much to be astonished by in the story of how the Supreme Court was goaded in slapping down Proposition 8, California's gay marriage ban.... More>>
Again and Again, 22 Jump Street's Lord and Miller Turn Crap Ideas Into Movie Gold Again and Again, 22 Jump Street's Lord and Miller Turn Crap Ideas Into Movie Gold
The Alchemists
, June 04, 2014
When Phil Lord and Chris Miller pitched their idea for a 21 Jump Street movie, a film everyone thought was, at best, a moronic moneymaker, they... More>>
Trust Me's Clark Gregg: "There is This Barbarism Inherent in the American Dream." Trust Me's Clark Gregg: "There is This Barbarism Inherent in the American Dream."
, June 04, 2014
Multi-hyphenate actor Clark Gregg understands that hard work and perseverance don't necessarily pay off in Hollywood. Since moving to Los... More>>
Dead Kittens in Tuxes and Dresses: Meet Ronni Thomas, Director of "Sensitive Exploitation" Films Dead Kittens in Tuxes and Dresses: Meet Ronni Thomas, Director of "Sensitive Exploitation" Films
, June 04, 2014
Brooklyn — based filmmaker Ronni Thomas makes ethical exploitation films. Thomas is the creator of Midnight Archive, a web series of short... More>>
22 Jump Street's Funny Enough -- Except for the Tired Gay Jokes 22 Jump Street's Funny Enough -- Except for the Tired Gay Jokes
, June 04, 2014
One of the biggest selling points of 21 Jump Street, the 2012 TV-remake comedy, turned out to be its seemingly unscripted lunacy, the way it put... More>>
DSKNECTD Clumsily Addresses the Terrors of Technology DSKNECTD Clumsily Addresses the Terrors of Technology
, June 04, 2014
The terrors of technology are addressed with ersatz even-handedness by DSKNECTD, a film as clumsy as the spelling of its title. Dominic White's... More>>
I'll Follow You Down Focuses on the Ethics of Time Travel I'll Follow You Down Focuses on the Ethics of Time Travel
, June 04, 2014
I'll Follow You Down distinguishes itself from other science-fiction films by focusing on the ethics of time travel. Instead of acting first and... More>>
Taissa Farmiga Is a Marvel in Horror Flick Anna Taissa Farmiga Is a Marvel in Horror Flick Anna
, June 04, 2014
Every year, Hollywood churns out a handful of supernatural thrillers about precocious, haunted children who may or may not be homicidal, and the... More>>
Citizen Koch Offers Up Tea Party Screamers Instead of Investigation Citizen Koch Offers Up Tea Party Screamers Instead of Investigation
, June 04, 2014
Not at all the one-subject exposé its title suggests, Carl Deal and Tia Lessin's scattershot agitprop doc takes the perfidy of the... More>>
There are Many Reasons to See the Very Difficult Small Small Thing There are Many Reasons to See the Very Difficult Small Small Thing
, June 04, 2014
During work on a documentary about foreign doctors at Liberia's ramshackle John F. Kennedy Hospital, another story caught the attention of Small... More>>
'80s Teen Throwback Ping Pong Summer Makes Up for Depth with Warmth '80s Teen Throwback Ping Pong Summer Makes Up for Depth with Warmth
, June 04, 2014
There's no doubt that Ping Pong Summer is someone's childhood. It plays like a cherished memory, rosy and warm, rebuilt in miniature with such... More>>
Life-After-Wartime Masterpiece The Best Years of Our Lives Returns to the Big Screen Life-After-Wartime Masterpiece The Best Years of Our Lives Returns to the Big Screen
, June 04, 2014
William Wyler's heartbreaking postwar ballad seems even more radical today than it did in its Oscar-thick heyday. It's as non-propagandistic as... More>>
The Horror's a Long Time Coming in Bobcat Goldthwait's Willow Creek, But It's Worth It The Horror's a Long Time Coming in Bobcat Goldthwait's Willow Creek, But It's Worth It
, June 04, 2014
The latest downmarket provocation from poke-a-stick-in-your-eye auteur Bobcat Goldthwait may be the unlikeliest, a found-footage horror cheapie... More>>
This Is Not a Ball Is an Unfocused History of the Soccer Ball This Is Not a Ball Is an Unfocused History of the Soccer Ball
Glossy, superficial, and rife with scattershot tangents.
, June 04, 2014
An unfocused nonfiction mishmash, This Is Not a Ball hastily investigates the history, appeal, and symbolic power of the soccer ball —... More>>
Rigor Mortis Attempts to Breathe Grim Life Into Horror Genre Rigor Mortis Attempts to Breathe Grim Life Into Horror Genre
, June 04, 2014
Horror genres tend to get sillier over time as we get more comfortable with our fears. Frankenstein eventually meets Abbot and Costello. Night of... More>>
The Sacrament Restages the Jonestown Massacre with Ghoulish Immediacy The Sacrament Restages the Jonestown Massacre with Ghoulish Immediacy
, June 04, 2014
Restaging the 1978 Jonestown massacre for a present-day suspense movie is by most definitions tasteless, although The Sacrament infuses the past... More>>
Weinstock's Post-War Thriller The Moment Is Electrifying Weinstock's Post-War Thriller The Moment Is Electrifying
, June 04, 2014
Here's what occurs in the first 10 minutes of Jane Weinstock's electrifying second feature, The Moment: After weeks of unreturned phone calls,... More>>
LGBT Melodrama Burning Blue Is Honorable in Intent but Risible in Execution LGBT Melodrama Burning Blue Is Honorable in Intent but Risible in Execution
, June 04, 2014
Honorable in intent but risible in execution, Burning Blue is a melodrama about a fighter jet crash investigation that becomes a witch-hunt for... More>>
When It Doesn't Cross-Examine, Burt's Buzz Is Fascinating When It Doesn't Cross-Examine, Burt's Buzz Is Fascinating
, June 04, 2014
What would you do if you started a multimillion-dollar company almost by accident? More importantly, how would you be? Jody Shapiro's... More>>
The Panoramic Walking the Camino Profiles Extreme Hikers The Panoramic Walking the Camino Profiles Extreme Hikers
, June 04, 2014
El Camino de Santiago is a footpath, 500 miles long, winding across Spain to Santiago de Compostela, where, if the stories can be believed, St.... More>>
Bauer's Master of the Universe Is a Diagnosis of a Financial System That's Hopelessly Sick Bauer's Master of the Universe Is a Diagnosis of a Financial System That's Hopelessly Sick
, June 04, 2014
"Only simpletons believe the market is capable of learning," says Rainer Voss, long a top investment banker in Germany and now patiently,... More>>
Trust Me Is a Sharp-Toothed Look at the Modern Film Industry Trust Me Is a Sharp-Toothed Look at the Modern Film Industry
, June 04, 2014
Classic Hollywood films like Grand Hotel and Dinner at Eight had huge casts filled with movie stars and character actors whose personas were so... More>>
The Only Real Game Is Another Work in the Canon of Baseball Poetry The Only Real Game Is Another Work in the Canon of Baseball Poetry
, June 04, 2014
In The Only Real Game, Mirra Bank shines a spotlight onto a nearly forgotten place, Manipur, a poor and war-torn state under martial law in... More>>
A Million Ways to Die in the West: Seth MacFarlane Pulls Off His Trick Shot A Million Ways to Die in the West: Seth MacFarlane Pulls Off His Trick Shot
, May 28, 2014
We're still adjusting to Seth MacFarlane as a big-screen star. Not just because his breakneck absurdist humor often demands viewers pause and... More>>
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