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Bill W. Bill W.
, May 16, 2012
The idea that addiction (drugs, alcoholism) is a disease is still scoffed at in some quarters, but what traction the once-radical notion has is... More>>
Follow Me: The Yoni Netanyahu Story Follow Me: The Yoni Netanyahu Story
, May 16, 2012
In an old news clip that is played in the documentary Follow Me: The Yoni Netanyahu Story, a newscaster says, "You can tell a lot about a people... More>>
Virginia Virginia
, May 16, 2012
Dustin Lance Black, scribe of J. Edgar and Milk, gets behind the camera for Virginia, a bonkers tragicomedy that blandly mocks the red-state... More>>
Quill: The Life of a Guide Dog Quill: The Life of a Guide Dog
, May 16, 2012
Although originally released in Japan eight years ago, the New York debut of Quill: The Life of a Guide Dog is well-timed: It arrives less than a... More>>
Mahler on the Couch Mahler on the Couch
, May 16, 2012
During the late summer of 1910, a distraught Gustav Mahler journeyed to Holland to spend a single afternoon with a vacationing Sigmund Freud, and... More>>
Tales From Dell City, Texas Tales From Dell City, Texas
, May 16, 2012
The subtitle of Tales From Dell City, Texas reads "(pop. 569 and dropping)," but Josh Carter's multifaceted doc isn't strictly a lament for a... More>>
American Animal American Animal
, May 16, 2012
Bizarre, off-putting, and finally demanding of rubberneck respect, this fish-tank indie never leaves a rather lovely duplex apartment, occupied... More>>
Lovely Molly Lovely Molly
, May 16, 2012
The "name" connected to Lovely Molly is that of director Eduardo Sánchez, one of the perpetrators of 1999's Blair Witch Project hoax, a... More>>
Never Stand Still Never Stand Still
, May 16, 2012
In one of the clips of him featured in Never Stand Still, a rough history of northern Massachusetts's Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, the late... More>>
Alex Ross Perry's Wheelhouse The Color Wheel
From the racks of Kim's Video, a 16mm devotee emerges
, May 09, 2012
Alex Ross Perry doesn't lack ambition. The Brooklyn-based director's first film, 2009's Impolex, riffed on Thomas Pynchon's novel Gravity's... More>>
Kicking and Screaming Kicking and Screaming
A week of testosterone-fueled action from After Dark
, May 09, 2012
Guaranteed to make most men feel woefully unprepared for a fistfight to the death, these five action flicks from After Dark Films—each of... More>>
Renior's Grand Illusion Just Got Grander Renior's Grand Illusion Just Got Grander
, May 09, 2012
Jean Renoir’s Grand Illusion opened in an anxious France in June of 1937, as wars were going badly for the Spanish and Chinese Republics,... More>>
Under African Skies Under African Skies
, May 09, 2012
Considering that many modern-day music documentaries present an unerringly glowing portrait of the artist, it’s a pleasant surprise that... More>>
Vampires, All of Them: On Dark Shadows and God Bless America Dark Shadows
, May 09, 2012
A significant portion of Tim Burton's output over the past decade has been concerned with slipping the "Burton treatment" to susceptible texts:... More>>
The Downside to Reading in Bonsai Bonsái
, May 09, 2012
The bookish young lovers at the heart of the Chilean film Bonsái have cultivated an almost militant seriousness when it comes to... More>>
Miracle Train: Hoping for a Family Reunion in I Wish I Wish
, May 09, 2012
Japan's Hirokazu Kore-eda has always been an astute, patient observer of all human behavior, but between 2004's Nobody Knows—about four... More>>
Sleepless Night Sleepless Night
, May 09, 2012
Ingeniously simple yet deceptively intricate, this French police thriller abounds in post–Woo/Tarantino action tropes: the usual galloping... More>>
The Road The Road
, May 09, 2012
Tiny budgets work wonders on ghost movies—it's what's not shown that truly frightens, as any first-year film-school mook should know.... More>>
Where Do We Go Now? Where Do We Go Now?
, May 09, 2012
If women were in charge, there'd be peace in the Middle East—or at least that's what's suggested by Where Do We Go Now?, the second film... More>>
Tonight You're Mine Tonight You're Mine
, May 09, 2012
This entry in the "hot young opposites attract over the course of one long night" genre takes place at Scotland's muddy summer counterpart to... More>>
Girl in Progress Girl in Progress
, May 09, 2012
Single mother Grace (Eva Mendes)—born Altagracia, "but the white man can't pronounce it"—toils as a maid and a waitress to keep her... More>>
Portrait of Wally Portrait of Wally
, May 09, 2012
Aside from incalculable human cost, World War II left property-rights issues whose repercussions are felt to this day in its wake. Nowhere is... More>>
Patience (After Sebald) Patience (After Sebald)
, May 09, 2012
As suggested by a scholar in the numinous essay-doc Patience (After Sebald), if the current craze for walking a pilgrim's path can't be tied... More>>
Nesting Nesting
, May 09, 2012
A slick indie comedy that misses its snappy-irreverent mark, Nesting concerns the people you see "hanging out at Restoration Hardware, wearing... More>>
You Are Here You Are Here
, May 09, 2012
Devoid of a traditional tethering narrative, You Are Here tackles philosophical questions about the relationship between technology and thought... More>>
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