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Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston
, January 18, 2012
There's a good film to be made about Halston, the dashing man who went from Iowa-born milliner to revered fashion designer to self-popularizing... More>>
Underworld: Awakening Underworld: Awakening
, January 18, 2012
Unknown to the vast majority of the blissfully ignorant, somnolent population, a dark and shadowy conspiracy has long been going on right under... More>>
The Viral Factor The Viral Factor
, January 18, 2012
A dizzying flurry of action, The Viral Factor starts swinging in Jordan where Jay Chou, playing the leader of an "International Security Affairs"... More>>
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos
, January 18, 2012
Winner of the award for Wordiest Title of the Month, this anime also features a long, confusing plot extracted from the original manga by Hiromu... More>>
The Front Line The Front Line
, January 18, 2012
There’s a jolting moment in one of The Front Line’s early battle scenes in which a soldier rises from behind a barricade to throw a... More>>
Watching TV With the Red Chinese Watching TV With the Red Chinese
, January 18, 2012
"The medium is the message," opines a blowhard film director in Watching TV With the Red Chinese, a series of hodgepodge montages that is meant... More>>
Still Hell in West Memphis: No Happy Endings in Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory
, January 11, 2012
The only films to help rescue warm bodies from death row besides Errol Morris's The Thin Blue Line, the Paradise Lost franchise is more than just... More>>
These Guns: Mark Wahlberg's One Last Job in Contraband Contraband
, January 11, 2012
Will there someday be a movie where the "one last job" goes off without a hitch? Not Contraband, anyway, which begins with that time-tested... More>>
Touring England, But Feeling OK About It, in "The Robinson Trilogy" The Robinson Trilogy
, January 11, 2012
Great cities inspire elaborate laments, and British avant-garde filmmaker Patrick Keiller might be the poet laureate of the form. His Robinson... More>>
Is Nothing Sacred? Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah, Sullied, in Joyful Noise Joyful Noise
, January 11, 2012
A holy hot mess of the sacred and the inane, Joyful Noise, about a small-town Southern gospel choir, lifts from Usher's "Yeah!" to give us this... More>>
Survivors of a Nuclear Disaster Need a Conch in The Divide The Divide
, January 11, 2012
A mushroom cloud blooms over Manhattan at the opening of The Divide. We see it reflected in the tearful eyes of Eva (Lauren German), who'll spend... More>>
Domain Domain
, January 11, 2012
Fearless Béatrice Dalle, who made her screen debut at age 21 as the sexed-up, self-mutilating title character in Betty Blue (1986), has,... More>>
Sing Your Song: Harry Belafonte Hagiography Sing Your Song
, January 11, 2012
Produced by his youngest daughter, Gina, this profile of Harry Belafonte, foregrounding the 84-year-old actor and singer's political activism, is... More>>
Lula, Son of Brazil Lula, Son of Brazil
, January 11, 2012
Forget "Son of Brazil ": This syrupy origin story/biopic on the nation's beloved reformist president, whose second term ended in 2010, should be... More>>
Loosies Loosies
, January 11, 2012
Loosies has a bevy of colorful character actors—from Michael Madsen and William Forsythe to Vincent Gallo and Joe Pantoliano—but... More>>
Don't Go in the Woods Don't Go in the Woods
, January 11, 2012
The first thing one notices about the five stars of Don't Go in the Woods, introduced jamming in the back of a van on their way to a camping... More>>
Albatross Albatross
, January 11, 2012
In Albatross, director Niall MacCormick's feature debut, Emelia (Jessica Brown Findlay) is a familiar type in a familiar film: 17 years old and... More>>
Man on a Mission Man on a Mission
, January 11, 2012
The man in the title is British-American multimillionaire Richard Garriott, who made his pile designing PC "virtual world" role-playing games,... More>>
A Search for a Corpse is So Much More in Once Upon a Time in Anatolia Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
, January 04, 2012
A few days into 2012, and we already have a favorite for the New Year's best movie: Nuri Bilge Ceylan's Once Upon a Time in Anatolia. Turkey's... More>>
Do Look Now: MOMI's Ambitious Inaugural Pocket Fest, First Look Do Look Now: MOMI's Ambitious Inaugural Pocket Fest, First Look
, January 04, 2012
While it's true that New York needs another film festival as much as Callista Gingrich needs another line of credit, it's also true that,... More>>
Amazing Grace: Redemption, Despair and Awe in the Films of Robert Bresson Amazing Grace: Redemption, Despair and Awe in the Films of Robert Bresson
, January 04, 2012
There is a moment at the end of Robert Bresson's penultimate film, The Devil, Probably (1977), when Charles (Antoine Monnier), a young man who... More>>
American History, from the Mind of Ken Jacobs, in Seeking the Monkey King Seeking the Monkey King
, January 04, 2012
One of last year's best films, Ken Jacobs's Seeking the Monkey King is showing Saturday at Anthology as part of a program presented in support of... More>>
The Hunter The Hunter
, January 04, 2012
Filmed during the months leading up to the 2009 presidential election in Iran, The Hunter still seethes with fury—and anticipates the blood... More>>
John Mellencamp: It's About You John Mellencamp: It's About You
, January 04, 2012
John Mellencamp comes across as the kind of anti-establishment millionaire who believes in artistic freedom but knows things are better done his... More>>
Roadie Roadie
, January 04, 2012
Belonging to the same coming-home-and-taking-stock subgenre as Young Adult, Roadie draws similar pessimistic conclusions about the options of... More>>
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