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Mirror Mirror Mirror Mirror
, March 28, 2012
The fairy-tale movie is "trending" at present, with promise of all sorts of bandwagoning rubbish to come, but Mirror Mirror, one of 2012's two... More>>
Spring Guide 2012: The Stabbin' Cabin Spring Guide 2012: The Stabbin' Cabin
Enjoy a rustic bloodbath
, March 28, 2012
The title is the setup, and nobody in this van ride to oblivion has ever seen a pimple in his or her life: There's the jock, the slutty one, the... More>>
Democracy Then: Portrait of Ousted Mohamed Nasheed in The Island President The Island President
, March 28, 2012
Blessed—or maybe cursed—with fortuitous timing, Jon Shenk's lionizing documentary of Mohamed Nasheed, the first democratically... More>>
Before Greatness: Stanley Kubrick's First Try, Fear and Desire Fear and Desire
, March 28, 2012
When music labels re-release seminal albums, they'll often try to hook consumers into buying the same record they already have by loading it down... More>>
A Brute on the Ice, But a Good Guy at Heart, in Goon Goon
, March 28, 2012
Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) is a polite Jewish boy from fictional Orangetown, Massachusetts, whose one God-given talent is having a skull... More>>
Scenes of a Crime Scenes of a Crime
, March 28, 2012
A nonfiction corrective to decades of cop-friendly pop-culture conditioning, this rigorously focused documentary looks hard at police... More>>
Bully Bully
, March 28, 2012
Arriving in theaters on a wave of free publicity—its distributor, the Weinstein Company, butted heads with the MPAA over the R rating; a... More>>
Intruders Intruders
, March 28, 2012
Spanish horror movies have carved out a distinctive niche over the past few years with a surprisingly effective alchemy of fairy-tale-influenced... More>>
Artificial Paradises Artificial Paradises
, March 28, 2012
Artificial Paradises is the elegiac tale of two mismatched Mexican souls at a rundown beach resort who search for a bit of utopia... More>>
Womb Womb
, March 28, 2012
Otherwise known as "That Crazy Cloning Incest Movie," Hungarian indie Benedek Fliegauf's attention-getter Womb begins with a childhood idyll on... More>>
Four Lovers Four Lovers
, March 28, 2012
Using a fluid naturalism to establish its afterglow vibe, Four Lovers follows two married couples as they swap partners and invigorate their own... More>>
Love in the Buff Love in the Buff
, March 28, 2012
What do you do when you fall in love with someone who is absolutely wrong for you? That's the crux of writer-director Pang Ho Cheung's Love in... More>>
Turn Me On, Dammit! Turn Me On, Dammit!
, March 28, 2012
Set in the Norwegian boonies, Jannicke Systad Jacobsen's first fiction feature (based on Olaug Nilssen's 2005 novel) introduces its 15-year-old... More>>
The Beat Hotel The Beat Hotel
, March 28, 2012
I have seen many passable minds of my generation fritter away their best creative years working on tributes to the creative minds of past... More>>
God Save My Shoes God Save My Shoes
, March 28, 2012
What is with women and their footwear? That's the question that Julie Benasra's documentary God Save My Shoes sets out to answer via interviews... More>>
The Hunger Games: North America's Next Top Killer Is Finally Here The Hunger Games
, March 21, 2012
"If no one watches, then they don't have a game," a teenager says in this faithful if cautious adaptation of the first volume of Suzanne... More>>
Plagues, Power, and Paranoia: The Best of New Directors/New Films Plagues, Power, and Paranoia: The Best of New Directors/New Films
, March 21, 2012
Now in its 41st year, New Directors/New Films—the highly curated festival of primarily debut works and sophomore efforts—attempts to... More>>
New York Is Over. (But First, Weather on the 1s in Abel Ferrara's Last Day on Earth) 4:44 Last Day on Earth
, March 21, 2012
In writer/director Abel Ferrara's vision of the apocalypse, Chinese joints deliver right up until the end. The media's "live coverage" continues... More>>
Lovers Try to Stay Above Water in The Deep Blue Sea The Deep Blue Sea
, March 21, 2012
The Deep Blue Sea, the first fiction feature in a dozen years from the visionary British director Terence Davies, is a film about love that in no... More>>
Fairy Tale Ending: Downtown Filmmaker Sara Driver's Lost Film, Found Fairy Tale Ending: Downtown Filmmaker Sara Driver's Lost Film, Found
, March 21, 2012
The way that Sara Driver tells the story of the resurfacing of her 1981 debut film, You Are Not I, has a touch of the mystical about... More>>
The Raid: Redemption The Raid: Redemption
, March 21, 2012
Lean, fast-moving, and filled with game-changing fight sequences that have a brutally beautiful (or beautifully brutal) quality, Gareth Evans's... More>>
Argento—Cinema in the Blood Argento—Cinema in the Blood
, March 21, 2012
With the rise of found footage and you-are-there handheld, contemporary horror movies seem increasingly concentrated on simulating artlessness.... More>>
The Trouble With Bliss The Trouble With Bliss
, March 21, 2012
As today's cinema continues to make plain, no issue is more vital to the state of civilization than the fate of electively unemployed... More>>
October Baby October Baby
, March 21, 2012
Like many teenagers, Hannah (Rachel Hendrix) feels screwed up and muses in her diary about why she's alive. Unlike many teenagers, her angst has... More>>
Come on Eileen Come on Eileen
, March 21, 2012
"I used to drink—a bit too much, actually," confesses Eileen (Jackie Howe), an ex-dancer who tends bar at a north London cricket club, to... More>>
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