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The Woman in Black The Woman in Black
, February 01, 2012
A ghost story set in a never-clearly-defined era (the fashion suggests Victorian, the automobiles Edwardian), The Woman in Black aids in the... More>>
Kill List Kill List
, February 01, 2012
Hit men have bills to pay, too, and sometimes a kid to feed and an anxious wife to placate even as they worry that their reputation in the... More>>
Perfect Sense Perfect Sense
, February 01, 2012
Satisfyingly ambiguous and starkly tactile in its inquiry into where sensation ends and identity begins, David Mackenzie's rampaging-virus movie... More>>
W.E. W.E.
, February 01, 2012
W.E. is the second feature film credited to former MTV queen Madonna and the second recent film—after The King's Speech—to dramatize... More>>
Windfall Windfall
, February 01, 2012
Extolling the virtues of wind power is where most ecological documentaries finish after subjecting us to the details of the land-raping... More>>
Bad Fever Bad Fever
, February 01, 2012
The shaky handheld cinematography might be conventionally modern, but from its opening white-letters-on-red-background credit sequence to its... More>>
Splinters Splinters
, February 01, 2012
Apparently, in the '80s, some fly-by-night pilot left a surfboard behind on the beach in a small Papuan village, and, this being the unpaved,... More>>
Carol Channing: Larger Than Life Carol Channing: Larger Than Life
, February 01, 2012
"There was this creature with huge eyes and an enormous red mouth," recalls Bruce Vilanch on first seeing Carol Channing on TV—an... More>>
The Music, Drink, and Fury of Life Under Apartheid in Come Back, Africa Come Back, Africa
, January 25, 2012
The dateline that opens Lionel Rogosin's Come Back, Africa reads "Anno Domini 1959"—and the year is significant. Filming his exposé... More>>
Alpha in Motion: Liam Neeson's Return to Form Alpha in Motion: Liam Neeson's Return to Form
, January 25, 2012
Halfway through last year's rough-and-tumble thriller Unknown, assassins come calling for a man who's suffering from amnesia (Liam Neeson). All... More>>
A Leap Into the Familiar: Wrong-Man Thriller Man on a Ledge Goes Thud Man on a Ledge
, January 25, 2012
The hero of the red-herring heist flick Man on a Ledge draws two reactions from the Manhattan throng beneath his 21st-floor perch on a midtown... More>>
How to Cope: A Family Faces Death Head-On in Declaration of War Declaration of War
, January 25, 2012
The gorgeously scruffy Juliette (director/co-writer Valérie Donzelli) and Roméo (co-writer Jérémie... More>>
Five Time Champion Five Time Champion
, January 25, 2012
Julius (Ryan Akin), a surly adolescent in his Holden Caulfield phase with a slightly cavemanish mien, is disappointed with the conduct of... More>>
How Much Does Your Building Weigh, Mr. Foster? How Much Does Your Building Weigh, Mr. Foster?
, January 25, 2012
In this country, British modernist "starchitect" Norman Foster is perhaps best known for the Hearst building in New York, with its huge atrium... More>>
The Grey The Grey
, January 25, 2012
I was told there would be more wolf-punching. If you crash Liam Neeson and six disposable buddies in the frozen Alaskan wilderness, there is the... More>>
One for the Money One for the Money
, January 25, 2012
One for the Money—not just the title of Katherine Heigl’s latest but also the mantra she chants before every movie contract she... More>>
After Fall, Winter After Fall, Winter
, January 25, 2012
Once nominated for Gawker's "Douche of the Decade," filmmaker-actor Eric Schaeffer (If Lucy Fell) casts himself yet again as an ideal—a... More>>
All's Well, Ends Well All's Well, Ends Well
, January 25, 2012
All's Well, Ends Well is the seventh Hong Kong film to bear that title, the latest in a series of loosely connected romantic comedies that has... More>>
Girl Fight: Soderbergh and His MMA Star Make Impact With Haywire Haywire , January 18, 2012
There's a point in Haywire when the film's protagonist, ex-Marine Mallory Kane (Gina Carano), gone rogue from her job as hired muscle for a... More>>
King of Queens: Beauty Pageant Swallowed Up By the Drug War in Miss Bala Miss Bala
, January 18, 2012
Mexico's submission for the Best Foreign Language Oscar race, Gerardo Naranjo's Miss Bala literally spells out the destiny of its would-be... More>>
The 20th Century Needs No Narration in 'The Compilation Film' The Compilation Film
, January 18, 2012
Among its many jaw-dropping moments, the recently released Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu—a feature-length mosaic of officially... More>>
Butt Seriously: Life is an Erotic Cabaret in Crazy Horse Crazy Horse
, January 18, 2012
Recording "Les Filles du Crazy," an anthem that they'll later lip-synch onstage, half a dozen women—performers at the Crazy Horse, Paris's... More>>
Public Disgrace The Pruitt-Igoe Myth
The horrors of a St. Louis housing project in Pruitt-Igoe
, January 18, 2012
There's a broodingly meditative tone to Chad Freidrichs's Pruitt-Igoe Myth, a film whose deceptively simple, by-the-books documentary template... More>>
She Fights Like a Guy, He Grooms Like a Girl: Gina Carano and Channing Tatum Talk Haywire She Fights Like a Guy, He Grooms Like a Girl: Gina Carano and Channing Tatum Talk Haywire , January 18, 2012
“Steven [Soderbergh] asked me, 'Why is Angelina Jolie the only female action star in the world?’ I told him, 'I don't know,' and he... More>>
The City Dark The City Dark
, January 18, 2012
Adhering to the brand of bad faith agitprop that views—and damns—the world through a chosen narrow lens, The City Dark mounts a case... More>>
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