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Hipsters Hipsters
, February 22, 2012
"Every hipster is a potential criminal," warns a student communist in Valeriy Todorovskiy's musical period piece. These "hipsters" are, in style... More>>
The Forgiveness of Blood The Forgiveness of Blood
, February 22, 2012
Director Joshua Marston demonstrated his ability to sustain almost unbearable dramatic tension in his debut feature film, Maria Full of Grace.... More>>
The Fairy The Fairy
, February 22, 2012
Since their irresistibly madcap 2005 debut, Iceberg, Belgium-based filmmakers, actors, and former clowns Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon, and Bruno... More>>
How to Start a Revolution How to Start a Revolution
, February 22, 2012
Soft-spoken Harvard poli-sci professor Gene Sharp is an unlikely mentor for the architects of the Arab Spring. But as first-time documentarian... More>>
What Lies Beneath: A Man, a Boy, and a Basement in Michael Michael
, February 15, 2012
The clean, orderly home has a particular hold on the Austrian imagination—specifically the basement, the nation's subterranean... More>>
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
, February 15, 2012
Nicolas Cage makes erratic, frequently indefensible decisions: in his personal finances, in front of the camera, and especially in guiding his... More>>
The Human Experience-ish: Day-in-a-Life Movies at Doc Fortnight The Human Experience-ish: Day-in-a-Life Movies at Doc Fortnight
, February 15, 2012
When is a movie more than a movie? When it's everything—or trying to be. Since early in cinema, a certain breed of panoramic nonfiction... More>>
Two Pals Fight Over Reese Witherspoon, and This Means War Sticks to the Script This Means War
, February 15, 2012
Hostilities in This Means War are declared as two workmates compete for the affection of the same woman. The contested objective is Lauren (Reese... More>>
Group Dynamics: A Record of 35-plus Years of Experimental Theater at 33 Wooster Group Dynamics: A Record of 35-plus Years of Experimental Theater at 33 Wooster
, February 15, 2012
Gertrude Stein once replied to an interviewer who couldn't make sense of her 1934 opera, Four Saints in Three Acts, "If you enjoy, you... More>>
Thin Ice Thin Ice
, February 15, 2012
Working the long con and damn near getting away with it, this kissing cousin to Fargo, Cedar Rapids, and Win Win makes for a surprisingly... More>>
Jess + Moss Jess + Moss
, February 15, 2012
A beguilingly languid collection of sense impressions, Jess + Moss follows two cousins on opposite ends of adolescence as they pass a single... More>>
Undefeated Undefeated
, February 15, 2012
An inspirational sports tearjerker in distilled form, this new Harvey-hawked doc lands in North Memphis, where the underfunded, all-black... More>>
The Secret World of Arrietty The Secret World of Arrietty
, February 15, 2012
Synonymous with the humanistic, eco-minded, pastel-hued elegance of Japanese filmmaker and animation virtuoso Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away),... More>>
The Forgotten Space The Forgotten Space
, February 15, 2012
Epic in scope, intellectual agility, and the potential to induce panic and despair, this documentary exploration of global trade as an emblem of... More>>
On the Ice On the Ice
, February 15, 2012
If I said "Eskimo hip-hop crime tale," would that send you running to the nearest sunny beach? Shot on location in far northern Alaska with a... More>>
Putin's Kiss Putin's Kiss
, February 15, 2012
Nashi, a pro-Kremlin "democratic anti-fascist youth movement," provides fresh-faced, brightly attired teens the opportunity to promote the... More>>
Bullhead Bullhead
, February 15, 2012
In Bullhead, Michael R. Roskam's first feature, thirtyish Jacky (Matthias Schoenaerts) is a cattle-farming hulk who keeps his mini-fridge stocked... More>>
Cirkus Columbia Cirkus Columbia
, February 15, 2012
In small-town southern Herzegovina circa 1992—on the eve of the bloody war in the Balkans—middle-age former villager Divko (Miki... More>>
Down into the Black Hole with Turin Horse and Miners' Hymns The Turin Horse, The Miners' Hymns
, February 08, 2012
Béla Tarr, the Hungarian director who became something like the patron saint of slow cinema with 1994's 450-minute... More>>
Protect the Abs at All Cost Protect the Abs at All Cost
Ryan Reynolds's bod is the asset in men-on-the-run thriller Safe House
, February 08, 2012
“He's sooo hot,” the woman sitting next to me at the screening of Safe House sighed to her friend as the film's opening images of... More>>
For Better or for Amnesia For Better or for Amnesia
Rachel McAdams gets the sense knocked out of her in The Vow
, February 08, 2012
The Vow, a full-bodied lunge for the heartstrings, has a humdinger of a premise, forcing its characters to face a question that most of us ask... More>>
Short and… Sweet, Sincere, Cloying, Beautiful: Oscar Nominees, in Brief The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2012
, February 08, 2012
This year's Academy Award–nominated shorts offer a little something for every viewing temperament—though some categories require... More>>
Back from War, a Mom and Wife Fights the Consequences in Return Return
, February 08, 2012
Still wearing desert camo, Kelli (Linda Cardellini) comes back from a tour of duty in an unspecified country to the husband (Michael Shannon),... More>>
In Darkness: Down in the Sewer, Desperate to Survive In Darkness
, February 08, 2012
Holocaust culture has proved to be essentially infinite—almost 70 years since the end of World War II, and untold stories of decimation and... More>>
The Dish & the Spoon The Dish & the Spoon
, February 08, 2012
In premise, plotting, and style, Alison Bagnall's sophomore feature would seem like just another mumble-stumble down micro-indie lane. Averting... More>>
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