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Gerard Depardieu Rides Motorcycle, Makes Pit-Stops, in Mammuth Mammuth
, September 28, 2011
During his final day on the job before retirement, slaughterhouse worker Serge (Gérard Depardieu) takes off his hairnet to reveal a mane... More>>
Portrait of SF Musician Goh Nakamura, But Not Really, in Surrogate Valentine Surrogate Valentine
, September 28, 2011
A rambling valentine to San Francisco musician Goh Nakamura, Surrogate Valentine is a stylish pseudo-portrait that refracts Nakamura’s... More>>
When the Chain Saw is Just to Get that Shabby Chic Look: Tucker & Dale vs. Evil Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil
, September 28, 2011
I believe it was Chekhov who said that if you drive a wood chipper into the forest where dumb co-eds are partying in the vicinity of suspicious... More>>
Emerging from Toronto, No Oscar Frontrunner in Sight Emerging from Toronto, No Oscar Frontrunner in Sight
, September 21, 2011
No major star was born at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, which ended earlier this week, and—in a big departure from... More>>
The Formulas Work in Moneyball Moneyball
Field of statistically knowable dreams
, September 21, 2011
At the time of this writing, the Oakland Athletics sit at a distant third in the American League West, 18 games behind the Texas Rangers managed... More>>
Vincente Minnelli, Master of Style and Substance Vincente Minnelli, Master of Style and Substance
The director's Hollywood spectacular at BAM
, September 21, 2011
“Minnelli wanted to show that real men could wear Capezios,” Emanuel Levy writes in his 2009 biography of the brilliant director,... More>>
Modern Love, the Real Thing, Over 48 Hours in Weekend Weekend
, September 21, 2011
Naturalistic without being ineloquent, heartfelt yet unsentimental, Weekend is the rarest of birds: a movie romance that rings true. After... More>>
Ellen Barkin Goes Nuts in Shit Year Shit Year
, September 21, 2011
The second feature from Cam Archer stars Ellen Barkin as Colleen, a fiftyish fading star who, after making “35 films in 30 years,”... More>>
You Are Old: Pearl Jam Twenty Pearl Jam Twenty
, September 21, 2011
Success came swiftly and voluminously—millions of records sold, Grammys, VMAs, the cover of Time magazine—when Pearl Jam dropped Ten 20... More>>
Abduction Abduction
, September 21, 2011
A sociology project on the Internet presence of kidnapped kids (?) affords the recently grounded Nathan (Taylor Lautner) some quality time with... More>>
The Holocaust's Impact on One Small Town in There Was Once... There Was Once…
, September 21, 2011
A vitally personal version of a story often told in anonymous terms, There Was Once… reclaims the overwhelming tragedy of the Holocaust as... More>>
Party Animal: Peter Gatien's Old New York in Limelight Limelight
, September 21, 2011
Once upon a time, Peter Gatien ruled clubland in New York. With spots such as Limelight (erected inside a church) and Tunnel (which truly was a... More>>
They Pulled Him Back In: One Last Job in Killer Elite Killer Elite
, September 21, 2011
Wholly unrelated to the 1975 Sam Peckinpah film of the same name, Killer Elite is distinguished by one no-mercy, eye-gouging, testicle-punching... More>>
We Want the Funk: 30 Years Later and Still Bringing It in Thunder Soul Thunder Soul
, September 21, 2011
A softer Black Power Mixtape, Thunder Soul honors the stage band of Houston’s predominantly African-American Kashmere High School, whose... More>>
Joe Swanberg Is Making a Low-Budget Film in His Low-Budget Film Art History Art History
, September 21, 2011
Throughout Art History—another origami dispatch from mumblecore associate Joe Swanberg’s inner circle—men ask Josephine Decker if... More>>
White Man's Overreach: Gerard Butler Saves Poor African Kids in Machine Gun Preacher Machine Gun Preacher
, September 21, 2011
Based on the true story of Sam Childers—an ex-con, druggie, gun nut, and self-described “hillbilly from Pennsylvania” who got... More>>
Fighting the Good Fight Against Big Pharma and His Own Demons in Puncture Puncture
, September 21, 2011
Puncture is proudly “Based on a True Story.” As is so often the case, this means an indifference to “true” human... More>>
Keep Out of the Water: Race and the Black Surfer in White Wash White Wash
, September 21, 2011
“Black people don’t surf” is a stereotype both investigated and refuted by White Wash, which examines the historical prejudices... More>>
Well Worth the Trip: Trek to Keep Tibetan Culture Alive in Journey from Zanskar Journey from Zanskar
, September 21, 2011
Everything documented in Frederick Marx’s Journey from Zanskar is fraught with the potential for sensationalist and/or inspirational hokum.... More>>
When Dad's Working for the CIA: A Son's Portrait in The Man Nobody Knew The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby
, September 21, 2011
With a chewy title to tip us off, director Carl Colby’s compelling and tricky portrait of his late pop streamlines and connects two vital... More>>
Portrait of the Foodie as a Young Man in Toast Toast
, September 21, 2011
Premiered as a BBC1 telefilm, now flaunting its wasteful widescreen in theaters, Toast adapts the autobiography of Nigel Slater, a popular... More>>
Sometimes It Just Take a Parrot: Loner Meets the World in A Bird of the Air A Bird of the Air
, September 21, 2011
A benign boilerplate indie character study in which quirky and cute stand in for thorny and troubled, A Bird of the Air, based on the novel The... More>>
In Search of God: L.A. Party Girl Travels to India, Asks Life's Big Questions In Search of God: L.A. Party Girl Travels to India, Asks Life's Big Questions
, September 21, 2011
Purportedly about a quest for spiritual enlightenment and the question of what binds global religions, In Search of God is instead defined by... More>>
You Know How This Ends: Sad Tale of an Orphaned Orca in The Whale The Whale
, September 21, 2011
Trailing in the gory wake of Shark Night 3D is this gentle, Bambi-level-sad documentary about an orphaned killer whale named Luna who never... More>>
Animal Therapy: Love a Bottlenose, Love Thyself in Dolphin Tale Dolphin Tale
, September 21, 2011
Of this year's corny family heartwarmers based on true aquatic stories of coping with the loss of appendages, director Charles Martin Smith's... More>>
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