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In Another Country In Another Country
, November 07, 2012
Hong Sang-soo's films consist of a few familiar items—empty Soju bottles and seaside views among them—being minutely rearranged, with... More>>
Burn Burn
, November 07, 2012
Chronicling one year in the lives of a group of Detroit firefighters, Tom Putnam and Brenna Sanchez's doc Burn captures the danger (and, yes,... More>>
Starlet Starlet
, November 07, 2012
An empathic, absorbing tale of the old and the beautiful, Starlet tracks an unlikely intergenerational friendship in the San Fernando Valley.... More>>
A Royal Affair A Royal Affair
, November 07, 2012
The way to a queen's heart is through Rousseau in A Royal Affair, in which church and state oppression can't, at least for a time, quell... More>>
Coming Up Roses Coming Up Roses
, November 07, 2012
After a hoot of an entrance by Bernadette Peters showboating a tune from the rafters at a church wedding, Coming Up Roses takes a nosedive into... More>>
Lunch Lunch
, November 07, 2012
Shot on a shoestring budget, most of which likely went to securing clips from Mister Ed and Sid Caesar's Your Show of Shows, writer-director... More>>
Chasing Ice Chasing Ice
, November 07, 2012
If you recently had a close encounter with the howling demon known as Hurricane Sandy, you might have a renewed belief in global warming. If not,... More>>
The Return of Lencho The Return of Lencho
, November 07, 2012
When its title protagonist isn't defined by hagiographic narrative contrivance, The Return of Lencho is a semi-thoughtful character study about a... More>>
Nature Calls Nature Calls
, November 07, 2012
There are few things in America other than model railroading and the good people of the Sertoma club more earnest than scouting. So a comedy with... More>>
Shady Lady
, November 07, 2012
Too many Wiki-worthy info dumps and not enough character-enriching detail stops Shady Lady, a docudrama about a team of World War II Australian... More>>
Auteur Goes Amateur: Barry Levinson's The Bay Aspires to YouTube The Bay
, October 31, 2012
Found-footage eco-horror cheapie The Bay—in which a previously harmless waterborne parasite mutates into an unstoppable human-flesh-eating... More>>
Wreck-It Ralph: Do You Choose to Continue? No. Wreck-It Ralph
Too much like its arcade inspiration
, October 31, 2012
It's hard out there for a video game villain: always being attacked, never given the benefit of the doubt, and forever pigeonholed into a role no... More>>
Denzel Washington Sulks, Soars in Flight Flight
When the whip comes down
, October 31, 2012
The yammering about "Oscar gold" and Denzel Washington's potential three-peat will soon reach a deafening pitch, but such noise can only... More>>
The Understudy
, October 31, 2012
Sluggishly paced and markedly uneven, David Conolly and Hannah Davis's belatedly released 2008 film The Understudy seems at times to aspire to... More>>
North Sea Texas
, October 31, 2012
Recently, popular films about gay characters have started moving beyond the overarching plot about society's acceptance of sexual identity and... More>>
The Man With the Iron Fists
, October 31, 2012
As Wu-Tang Clan's principal producer and myth-maker, Robert "RZA" Diggs translated the group's rugged urban background into the language of Wuxia... More>>
In the Undead Comedy Vamps, Amy Heckerling Loses the Pulse Vamps
You kids get off my grave
, October 31, 2012
At times winningly dopey but still easily forgotten, Amy Heckerling's undead-BFFs comedy Vamps sends up our pop cultural fascination with... More>>
Perfect, Placid, Mad: Deneuve's Unraveling, 50 years Later Repulsion
, October 31, 2012
The first film in English for both director Roman Polanski and star Catherine Deneuve, the still-terrifying Repulsion renders language and... More>>
Sean Penn, Gothed Up and Great, in This Must Be the Place This Must Be the Place
The alt-rock Nazi hunter
, October 31, 2012
If you Google the phrase "Danzig shopping for cat supplies," you'll find links to phone-cam shots of former Misfits singer Glenn Danzig crossing... More>>
Beasts Do It: Jack and Diane Suggests the Kids Are Alright—Animals Jack and Diane
, October 31, 2012
Equating teens with animals has long been a handy horror-cinema way to tackle pubescent sexual development. So with its most attention-grabbing... More>>
The Details The Details
, October 31, 2012
Another dark comedy exposing the wormy dirt beneath suburban sod, The Details never lays bare any truths we haven't known since, say,... More>>
A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman
, October 31, 2012
A biopic bent on futzing with the form, A Liar's Autobiography bears the strong authorial stamp of its subject, but nonetheless looks like... More>>
Here I Learned to Love Here I Learned to Love
, October 31, 2012
A slight but powerful entry in the family-history-as-world-history archives, Here I Learned to Love follows two brothers, now in their seventies... More>>
Bones Brigade: An Autobiography Bones Brigade: An Autobiography
, October 31, 2012
Stacy Peralta documents what he knows best: the '70s–'80s California skateboarding culture of which he was a seminal figure. Having already... More>>
A Late Quartet A Late Quartet
, October 31, 2012
Woody Allen has been known to suggest that, in directing a good movie, much of the battle lies in casting. Were that entirely true, the Philip... More>>
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