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Liberal Arts Liberal Arts
, September 12, 2012
Alternating between trite over-earnestness and clear-minded observation, Josh Radnor's Liberal Arts manages to hint at both the yearning for... More>>
Arbitrage Arbitrage
, September 12, 2012
Slick and grown-up as Richard Gere himself, this intricate fiscal thriller takes a dead bead on extreme privilege, with Gere's Madoff-like... More>>
The Stand Up The Stand Up
, September 12, 2012
For a film about a stand-up comedian to be mirthless is dispiriting; more problematic, however, is that The Stand Up doesn’t make up for... More>>
Living Large and Then Feeling Bad About It with Bachelorette Bachelorette
You may kiss the bride's ass
, September 05, 2012
Weddings make such bitchin' film scenarios because the stakes are believably high: If anything goes wrong, social opprobrium, the loss of your... More>>
Paul Thomas Anderson, The Master's Master Paul Thomas Anderson, The Master's Master
Talking 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix, and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated film
, September 05, 2012
"I've made six movies, and I feel like I'm only just finally figuring out how this business fucking works," Paul Thomas Anderson says on an... More>>
Scientology and The Master Scientology and The Master
, September 05, 2012
Is The Master a "Scientology" movie? Oh, you bet. Don't let the denials from Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams and even, to a certain extent,... More>>
Beauty Is Embarrassing
, September 05, 2012
Pee-wee’s Playhouse, a Saturday-morning staple for Gen Xer’s who were, at the time, way older than the time slot’s intended... More>>
Cops and Novelists: Elmore Leonard, Donald Westlake, and other moonlighting screenwriters Cops and Novelists: Elmore Leonard, Donald Westlake, and other moonlighting screenwriters
, September 05, 2012
Now in its third go-around, Anthology Film Archives’ recurring “From the Pen of . . .” series foregrounds that most unheralded... More>>
Serving Up Richard Serving Up Richard
, September 05, 2012
Alternatively languid and ultra-gory, Henry Olek's chamber shocker Serving Up Richard is part bloody horror flick and part psychological... More>>
Hollywood to Dollywood
, September 05, 2012
As much a road movie as it is a subtle screed on civil rights, John Lavin's Hollywood to Dollywood follows two openly gay brothers as they travel... More>>
Breathing
, September 05, 2012
A film of unreconciled impulses, Breathing is by turns vaguely sentimental and cooly detached in a manner that's ultimately more off-putting than... More>>
Keep the Lights On
, September 05, 2012
Exhibiting great specificity about gay sexual mores—the phone sex hook-ups, the fear of AIDS, a dichotomy between carefree promiscuity and... More>>
The Words
, September 05, 2012
Although The Words might be witlessly titled and executed, you can pass the time coming up with fancy phrases to describe its basic concept: The... More>>
Raaz 3
, September 05, 2012
To Western audiences, the most interesting part of director Vikram Bhatt's Raaz 3 will be the Bollywood-narrative conventions—overamplified... More>>
Detropia’s Moving Portrait of a Great City’s Fall Detropia
Motown sadness
, September 05, 2012
When it comes to cost-cutting, downsizing, and philosophical and practical compromise, how low is it possible to go before there's nothing left... More>>
Ira Sachs's Keep the Lights On Is At Last His New York Movie Ira Sachs's Keep the Lights On Is At Last His New York Movie
Streets of memory
, September 05, 2012
Ira Sachs wants to start at the beginning. We meet on the corner of Delancey and Kenmare, where the filmmaker's New York story started in 1985.... More>>
New York's Far-Flung Theaters New York's Far-Flung Theaters
Outré cinephilia with the bridge-and-tunnel set
, September 05, 2012
A crowd at a horror-movie premiere settles in for a tale of demons, disturbed from ancient slumber, transmitting infectious possession with their... More>>
Fall Arts Guide 2012: Film Fall Arts Guide 2012: Film
, September 05, 2012
'Giallo Fever!' September 20–30 Pulpy, stylish, and often erotically charged, the blood-soaked Italian thrillers of the giallo genre (a... More>>
Fall Arts Guide 2012: Andrea Arnold Adapts Wuthering Heights Fall Arts Guide 2012: Andrea Arnold Adapts Wuthering Heights
Forget Olivier
, September 05, 2012
Literary one-hit wonder Emily Brontë's doomed-love classic Wuthering Heights has been adapted countless times—by William Wyler and... More>>
Indiana Jones and the Perils of Humanistic Decency Raiders of the Lost Ark
Still joyously disreputable, Raiders comes to IMAX
, September 05, 2012
The story goes that while filming in Tunisia in the summer of 1980, Steven Spielberg avoided the dysentery that afflicted most of the cast and... More>>
Las Acacias, Deserving of Its Awards, Is All About The Road Taken Las Acacias
In no hurry
, September 05, 2012
Winner of the Best First Feature at Cannes last year and a highlight of New Directors/New Films this past spring, Pablo Giorgelli's minimalist,... More>>
The Eye of the Storm The Eye of the Storm
, September 05, 2012
Emotionally and psychologically textured melodrama suffers under the weight of its source material in The Eye of the Storm, Fred Schepisi's... More>>
For Ellen For Ellen
, September 05, 2012
The method-y, elfin-brooder, hipster-star-of-the-moment Paul Dano has four movies out this year, but here is his one-man show, a post-Cassavetes... More>>
The Inbetweeners Movie The Inbetweeners Movie
, September 05, 2012
Teen-Sex Comedies Without Borders could be an NGO, for there is something perversely hopeful in how Ben Palmer's The Inbetweeners Movie slips... More>>
Girl Model Girl Model
, September 05, 2012
Although the title of directors David Redmon and Ashley Sabin's dual portrait of two players in the underage-modeling world might suggest an... More>>
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