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David France on the Plague Years: The history and survival of ACT UP David France on the Plague Years: The history and survival of ACT UP
, September 19, 2012
“Death wasn’t being responded to as a public health problem,” David France says. “It was dealt with with sniggers. It was... More>>
They Call It Myanmar
, September 19, 2012
"This country is unique . . . there's no country like Burma," a woman says minutes into They Call It Myanmar. This is true insofar as the... More>>
End of Watch
, September 19, 2012
Born in 1968, filmmaker David Ayer grew up in the infamously troubled region known as South Central Los Angeles. As an adult, his Hollywood... More>>
, September 19, 2012
The title of Ben Hickernell's Backwards refers to the motions of competitive rowing, but also to its heroine's seeming regression from... More>>
Head Games
, September 19, 2012
While Head Games does feature a number of articulate and consistently intelligent talking-head interviews, it's ultimately not a satisfying... More>>
House at the End of the Street
, September 19, 2012
A proficient suburban thriller that distributor Rogue has left to sell itself through the inducement of Hunger Games’ Jennifer... More>>
, September 19, 2012
Staged against the picturesque backdrop of the ancient Joseon Dynasty palace, this exquisitely made South Korean period film works a Prince and... More>>
Trouble With the Curve: Still Too Old After All These Years Trouble With the Curve
Eastwood’s return is a decidedly slow-pitch affair
, September 19, 2012
After a nationally televised improv exercise that, for better or worse, offered more unvarnished reality than anything else at this year’s... More>>
'Giallo Fever!' Tries The Stalking Cure at Anthology 'Giallo Fever!' Tries The Stalking Cure at Anthology
A knife is never just a knife in these sex-crazed Italian thrillers
, September 19, 2012
"Eros is sick," Michelangelo Antonioni told the audience at the 1960 Cannes premiere of his L'Avventura—but it was his down-market... More>>
About About Cherry About About Cherry
Why real sex in real movies never quite works
, September 19, 2012
The new, semi-gritty indie About Cherry is all about a semi-reluctant slide into the porn industry, and it's also the first mainstream feature... More>>
The Dark Dredd 3-D Is Nothing to Fear Dredd 3-D
Judge, jury, and [insert explosion]
, September 19, 2012
Typically, the creators of comic book adaptations assume that ingratiating themselves to anyone unfamiliar with their characters/properties... More>>
17 Girls: The Knock-Up Squad 17 Girls
An American tabloid story hits France
, September 19, 2012
17 Girls (17 Filles), set in the small, depressed, French seaside town of Lorient, makes a big deal about having been inspired by a true story... More>>
TIFF: Meet the Monsters TIFF: Meet the Monsters
From Toronto, a glimpse of this year's most bracing films
, September 19, 2012
A critic's report from a film festival like Toronto, where something like 300 features were unveiled from September 6 through 16, can be... More>>
Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel
, September 19, 2012
Raconteuse, epigrammatist, and mythomaniac, peerless fashion editor Diana Vreeland (1903–89) might have loved words as much as she loved... More>>
Electoral Dysfunction Electoral Dysfunction
, September 19, 2012
Just in time for November’s Obama-Romney showdown comes Electoral Dysfunction, a documentary by comedian Mo Rocca about voting registration... More>>
Dear Mandela Dear Mandela
, September 19, 2012
Dear Mandela, the first documentary from co-directors Dara Kell and Christopher Nizza, begins in chaos: Rubber bullets have been fired into a... More>>
Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best
, September 19, 2012
Likable leads can’t energize lackluster formula in Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best, an indie about—tell me if this sounds... More>>
Hellbound? Hellbound?
, September 19, 2012
Pope John Paul II made hell briefly unfashionable, but the administration of Benedict XVI has retrieved Gehenna from metaphorical downgrade into... More>>
Fred Won't Move Out Fred Won’t Move Out
, September 19, 2012
Anyone still hoping that Elliott Gould will stop the string of schlemiels he has been playing since Bugsy will be bummed by his newest fogey in... More>>
Blinky & Me Blinky & Me
, September 19, 2012
By his own account, animator Yoram Gross’s signal creation—a gray-tufted, cheeky koala named Blinky Bill—is the Mickey Mouse of... More>>
About Cherry About Cherry
, September 19, 2012
Dramatic films taking place around the porn industry—let us retire those ridiculous code word “adult films”—tend to... More>>
Switch Switch
, September 19, 2012
A methodical, occasionally remedial survey of the energy crisis and its possible solutions, Switch fits a subject often treated polemically into... More>>
Three Stars Three Stars
, September 19, 2012
When you're trying to figure out what to eat, it's completely natural to tap your upper lip, gaze off into space, and say, "I wonder what a... More>>
186 Dollars to Freedom 186 Dollars to Freedom
, September 19, 2012
If one were to base one's knowledge of South America solely on the movies set there that make their way into theaters in these United States, one... More>>
Knuckleball! Knuckleball!
, September 19, 2012
Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg made a name for themselves with films like The Trials of Darryl Hunt, socially conscious docs with life-or-death... More>>
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