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Gold Dug From 1933: "20,000 Years in Sing Sing, Blood Money, and Laughter in Hell" at Film Forum Gold Dug From 1933: "20,000 Years in Sing Sing, Blood Money, and Laughter in Hell" at Film Forum
A triple-bill highlight of Film Forum's ambitious series
, February 20, 2013
The year 1933, available to sample into March during Film Forum's appealing 66-film program, was Hollywood's last risqué hurrah before... More>>
Berlin Film Festival Discoveries Berlin Film Festival Discoveries
Greatness emerges at the year's first major film festival
, February 20, 2013
If Sundance signals the annual launch of American indie cinema's new product line, the 63-year-old Berlin Film Festival (February 7–17)... More>>
In Defense of New Girl (Hear Us Out...) In Defense of New Girl (Hear Us Out...)
, February 20, 2013
Depending on your perspective, Zooey Deschanel is either the cutest, funniest, most adorable little retro-kookster on earth, or she's... More>>
River Phoenix's Dark Blood: Not the Epitaph He Deserves River Phoenix's Dark Blood: Not the Epitaph He Deserves
, February 20, 2013
When River Phoenix died in October, 1993, he was three weeks away from completing his performance in Dark Blood, an $8 million indie film that... More>>
Dark Skies: Why Do Aliens Dick Around in Our Bedrooms for Weeks Before Finally Abducting Us? Dark Skies: Why Do Aliens Dick Around in Our Bedrooms for Weeks Before Finally Abducting Us?
, February 20, 2013
Neither execrable enough to warrant being so unceremoniously dumped into theaters, nor so thoroughly un-excerable that we should be outraged by... More>>
Snitch
, February 20, 2013
Though Snitch loudly announces itself as a social-issues movie, its nominal outrage over the severity of our nation's sentencing laws for... More>>
11 Flowers: Harsh Truths
, February 20, 2013
As unromanticized a portrait of Chinese sociopolitical history as any made by the Sixth Generation, Beijing Bicycle director Wang Xiaoshuai's... More>>
The Fascinating Everyday Lives of the Flying Wallendas Explored in  The Show Must Go On The Fascinating Everyday Lives of the Flying Wallendas Explored in The Show Must Go On
, February 20, 2013
The worst happens some ten minutes in to The Show Must Go On, an engaging, low-key doc on The Flying Wallendas, the wire-walking circus family... More>>
BBC's One Life Unveils (and Anthropomorphizes) Nature's Wonders BBC's One Life Unveils (and Anthropomorphizes) Nature's Wonders
, February 20, 2013
Less mushy than its Disney Nature counterparts but still driven by the same anthropomorphizing philosophy, One Life (the first film released... More>>
Alex Karpovsky's DIY Charms Grace Red Flag Alex Karpovsky's DIY Charms Grace Red Flag
, February 20, 2013
In Red Flag, Alex Karpovsky plays a filmmaker named Alex who tours his film, Woodpecker, through the South immediately after breaking up with... More>>
Northeast 's Anonymous Souls Wander an Anonymous City Northeast 's Anonymous Souls Wander an Anonymous City
, February 20, 2013
A bland aimlesssness characterizes both Northeast's lead character and the film itself. In Gregory Kohn's fatally underdeveloped study of... More>>
An Ambiguously Monsterous Lead Powers Rubberneck An Ambiguously Monsterous Lead Powers Rubberneck
, February 20, 2013
It's not an easy thing to keep an audience suspended between sympathy and revulsion for a character, but writer-director Alex Karpovsky (best... More>>
Inescapable's Pre-Civil War Syria Seems Almost Quaint Inescapable's Pre-Civil War Syria Seems Almost Quaint
, February 20, 2013
Given the current state of affairs in Syria, it's hard not to look at Ruba Nadda's Inescapable as almost quaint, a period piece reminiscent of a... More>>
Kai Po Che's Bromantic Trio Work Out All the Bollywood Trappings Kai Po Che's Bromantic Trio Work Out All the Bollywood Trappings
, February 20, 2013
Named for a Gujarati kite-competition cheer and based on Chetan Bhagat's novel "The 3 Mistakes of My Life," director Abhishek Kapoor's glossy,... More>>
Like Someone in Love Teases the Realm of the Senses Like Someone in Love
Iranian master Kiarostami's audacious romance
, February 13, 2013
Like the yearning Jimmy Van Huesen/Johnny Burke torch song that lends it its title, Abbas Kiarostami's Like Someone in Love is a sly, teasing... More>>
Beautiful Creatures, the Ravishing Chastity Fantasy Beautiful Creatures
Birds do it; witches don't
, February 13, 2013
Here's a question you can spit back next time someone complains that our popular culture is top-to-bottom depraved: "Then why are our... More>>
In No, It's the Ad Men vs. the Dictator In No, It's the Ad Men vs. the Dictator
Popaganda
, February 13, 2013
In 1988 the fate of Chile and its dictator came down to a ballot as simple as a middle-schooler's do-you-like-me? note. A referendum offered... More>>
Kiarostami in Exile for Like Someone in Love Kiarostami in Exile for Like Someone in Love
The great Iranian director lost a home but gained a planet
, February 13, 2013
Abbas Kiarostami is preoccupied with my tape recorder. He wonders if it's too far away from where he's sitting. He makes his translator switch... More>>
A Good Day to Die Hard, and to Die Alone A Good Day to Die Hard, and to Die Alone
When John McClane lost his family, the movies lost much of John McClane
, February 13, 2013
Does anyone care about John McClane anymore? That's not the same as asking if you want to see A Good Day to Die Hard, the fifth in this series... More>>
The Old New Black Cinema: MOMI Celebrates a Movement The Old New Black Cinema: MOMI Celebrates a Movement
, February 13, 2013
The so-called "LA Rebellion" that emanated out of UCLA in the late '60s and '70s was the pioneering stake on a genuine "black cinema."... More>>
Die Hard's Latest Breaks New Ground in Incoherence and Stupidity A Good Day to Die Hard
Old Habits
, February 13, 2013
Before anything else, here's how dumb things get in A Good Day for Die Hard–Related Media Product, which is being sold as a bang-bang... More>>
A Toast to Lena Dunham's Panties A Toast to Lena Dunham's Panties
, February 13, 2013
Internet assholes are always yelling about what Lena Dunham doesn't wear on Girls, but let's talk about something she does. Bros who think... More>>
Berlin Discoveries: Greatness Emerges at the Year's First Major Film Festival Berlin Discoveries: Greatness Emerges at the Year's First Major Film Festival
, February 13, 2013
If Sundance signals the annual launch of American indie cinema’s new product line, the 63-year-old Berlin Film Festival (February 7-17)... More>>
The Last Gladiators: Changing in Order to Survive The Last Gladiators: Changing in Order to Survive
, February 13, 2013
This documentary portrait of professional hockey enforcers—the tough guys who duke it out to protect their team's star players—also... More>>
Lost in Thailand: A Promising and Polite Debut Lost in Thailand: A Promising and Polite Debut
, February 13, 2013
With Lost in Thailand, the hit sequel to Lost on Journey, Chinese writer/actor Xu Zheng makes a promising—if polite and... More>>
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