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How to Grow a Band How to Grow a Band
, April 11, 2012
It's framed as a story of musical genius overcoming the odds: After the dissolution of his marriage and the "indefinite hiatus" of his... More>>
Detention Detention
, April 11, 2012
Horror-comedy Detention combines the bravura mash-up showmanship and Wikipedic '90s pop-culture savvy of a Girl Talk album with the frivolous,... More>>
Late Bloomers Late Bloomers
, April 11, 2012
A life-crisis farce custom-built exclusively for self-absorbed menopausal women, Julie Gavras's film wants nothing more than to have coffee and... More>>
L!fe Happens L!fe Happens
, April 11, 2012
Best friends since college and current housemates, Kim (Krysten Ritter) and Deena (Kate Bosworth) fight, while entertaining dates, over who gets... More>>
Last Will and Embezzlement Last Will and Embezzlement
, April 11, 2012
Given the overarching structural messiness that defines its examination of elder financial abuse, the only thing Last Will and Embezzlement has... More>>
Deadline Deadline
, April 11, 2012
A based-on-true-events storyline that also carries faint echoes of the Trayvon Martin case (among countless others) gives director Curt Hahn's... More>>
Life, Love, Soul Life, Love, Soul
, April 11, 2012
Admirable only for its sincere responsibility-over-selfishness message and for giving The Wire alums Chad Coleman and Jamie Hector some... More>>
The Shelf Life of the Clinton-era Tested in Titanic 3D and American Reunion Titanic 3D American Reunion
, April 04, 2012
A historical romance with a then-unheard-of price tag, James Cameron's 1997 Titanic was the nearest thing to a Gone With the Wind–style... More>>
Whit Stillman's Toe-Tapping College-Girl Fantasy Damsels In Distress Damsels in Distress
, April 04, 2012
Back with his first film in 14 years, Whit Stillman still operates in a world of his own. It's true both in respect to the singularity of his... More>>
Guy Maddin's Dream-world of Ideas, Bolted Shut in Keyhole Keyhole
, April 04, 2012
The latest phantasmagoria of cinematic quotation from Canadian director Guy Maddin, Keyhole is an extremely loose adaptation of The Odyssey.... More>>
Institutional Failure: Toothless Satire of the Church in We Have a Pope We Have a Pope
, April 04, 2012
Suitable entertainment for a Knights of Columbus fundraiser, Nanni Moretti's Good Friday–released We Have a Pope finds the Most Holy... More>>
The Assault The Assault
, April 04, 2012
Taut, forceful, ritualistic, and all those other flattering adjectives applied to thrillers that actually thrill, this skyjacking docudrama... More>>
Your Brother. Remember? Your Brother. Remember?
, April 04, 2012
It begins as a one-man show, with master of ceremonies Zachary Oberzan seated onstage, doing a deliberately stilted Jean-Claude Van Damme... More>>
MIS: Human Secret Weapon MIS: Human Secret Weapon
, April 04, 2012
Detailing the efforts of Japanese-American soldiers who fought for the United States during World War II, Junichi Suzuki's doc MIS: Human Secret... More>>
, April 04, 2012
When pulling up to a remote ATM kiosk at 1 a.m. in subfreezing wind, it's generally unwise to park 100 feet from the door. Sure, the brisk run to... More>>
The Hunter The Hunter
, April 04, 2012
Drawing baths and listening to classical music, refined soldier of fortune Martin (Willem Dafoe) is sent Down Under by a military-biotech firm... More>>
Player Hating: A Love Story Player Hating: A Love Story
, April 04, 2012
In Brooklyn's Crown Heights projects, death is everywhere, a fact addressed with compassion if not quite analytical depth in Player Hating: A... More>>
We the Party We the Party
, April 04, 2012
A self-financed passion project, We the Party grew out of writer-director-star Mario Van Peebles's self-described "incognegro" infiltration of... More>>
Surviving Progress Surviving Progress
, April 04, 2012
Right from the start, the documentary Surviving Progress lets viewers know that there will be no easy answers to the questions it's posing, as... More>>
Ruggles of Red Gap Ruggles of Red Gap
, April 04, 2012
"It's a mess, isn't it?" "It's wonderful." This is small-town widow Prunella Judson (ZaSu Pitts) talking to British ex-butler Marmaduke Ruggles... More>>
Tatsumi Tatsumi
, April 04, 2012
A fragmented, animated bio-retrospective that coaxes the illustrations of Yoshihiro Tatsumi into life, the “bio” part of Tatsumi is... More>>
Whit Stillman in Distress Whit Stillman in Distress
With his first movie in 14 years, the Damsels director returns triumphant—and worried
, March 28, 2012
Whit Stillman made a name for himself making semi-autobiographical, deadpan, highly literate comedies about the night lives of idle heirs (his... More>>
Wrath of the Titans Wrath of the Titans
, March 28, 2012
Like many a franchise-killer, this big, flailing dud of a sequel to 2010's Clash of the Titans is more (retina-herniating CGI), less (fun), and... More>>
Lena Dunham's Favorite Girls on Film Lena Dunham's Favorite Girls on Film
, March 28, 2012
Humble narcissist, chronic oversharer, and compulsive exhibitionist, Lena Dunham is today's unparalleled quarter-life chronicler. Her work,... More>>
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>>
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