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Tim Riggins in Space: John Carter Can't Lose John Carter
, March 07, 2012
With expectations to match its obscenely huge budget (an estimated quarter of a billion dollars), this long-delayed adaptation of pulp meister... More>>
The Intimate Details of Japanese Life in "Extreme Private Ethos" The Intimate Details of Japanese Life in "Extreme Private Ethos"
, March 07, 2012
This palm-sized program of six films has a narrow focus: Japanese docs obsessing, for good or ill, on the emotional undulations of modern family... More>>
Attenberg Attenberg
, March 07, 2012
Athina Rachel Tsangari's disarming second feature—Greece's unsuccessful submission for a Best Foreign Oscar nomination one year after... More>>
The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye
, March 07, 2012
Directed by Marie Losier, The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye chronicles Psychic TV and Throbbing Gristle founder Genesis Breyer P-Orridge's... More>>
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
, March 07, 2012
The kind of benign, swooningly humanist crowd-pleaser Lasse Hallström (The Cider House Rules, Chocolat) could make in his sleep (and by this... More>>
Jiro Dreams of Sushi Jiro Dreams of Sushi
, March 07, 2012
Tucked away in the basement of a Tokyo office building, in a drab corridor attached to a subway station, the restaurant Sukiyabashi Jiro seats... More>>
Children of Paradise Children of Paradise
, March 07, 2012
What's left to be said about Marcel Carné's towering intimate epic of early 19th-century love and the lives of performers, often heralded... More>>
Sound of Noise Sound of Noise
, March 07, 2012
More an intriguing premise than a successful film, the Malmö-set Sound of Noise, about a group of "musical terrorists," quickly loses its... More>>
Good for Nothing Good for Nothing
, March 07, 2012
The traditional story of the domestication of the West—cultivated woman from back East comes to the frontier and civilizes the wild... More>>
Convento Convento
, March 07, 2012
A fertile portrait of the creative marriage between the organic and inorganic, Convento gazes reverentially at the mad-scientist designs of... More>>
Shakespeare High Shakespeare High
, March 07, 2012
If its presentation is not always as strong as its intentions, Shakespeare High is a reflection of its subjects—the California high... More>>
Apart Apart
, March 07, 2012
Sensitive kids Emily (Olesya Rulin) and Noah (Josh Danziger) grew up together in small-town Texas. They are bonded by a shared psychic curse,... More>>
The Decoy Bride The Decoy Bride
, March 07, 2012
Pernicious tripe suitable only for masochists and the intellectually disabled, Sheree Folkson's rom-com tracks the shenanigans endured by a... More>>
'This Is DCP': The Big Screen Test 'This Is DCP': The Big Screen Test
Film Forum explores the Digital Cinema Package
, February 29, 2012
First scenario: You go to the multiplex. The words "Presented in Sony 4K" sweep across the screen in pixie dust, but as the previews begin,... More>>
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax The Lorax
, February 29, 2012
A computer-animated 3-D tracing of Dr. Seuss's 1971 fable, The Lorax concerns a young resident of synthetic, plastic-coated suburb Thneed-Ville,... More>>
This Is Not a Film: The Filmmaker Who Isn't This Is Not a Film
There's a reason for the title of Jafar Panahi's urgent new movie
, February 29, 2012
In 2010, the internationally celebrated Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi was arrested at his home. A neorealist who has been a vocal opponent of... More>>
Project X Project X
, February 29, 2012
“There’s a midget in the oven!” is about as inspired as the dialogue and set pieces get in this queasy-making entertainment... More>>
Tracking a Heavy-Metal Near-Casualty in Last Days Here Last Days Here
The subbasement tapes
, February 29, 2012
When we're first introduced to emaciated, bug-eyed, trembling Bobby Liebling, the fiftyish frontman of the frequently dormant cult metal band... More>>
Being Flynn Can't Stop Telling Us Exactly What To Feel Being Flynn
Fathers and sons in suck city
, February 29, 2012
Written and directed by Paul Weitz, Being Flynn is an adaptation of Nick Flynn's 2004 memoir Another Bullshit Night in Suck City, which explored... More>>
Better Than Something: Jay Reatard Better Than Something: Jay Reatard
, February 29, 2012
Like the longhair with the foghorn falsetto it's titled after, this unfussy rock-doc profile is shaggy, sophisticated, and more than a little... More>>
Where Are You Taking Me? Where Are You Taking Me?
, February 29, 2012
Plying a keen compositional eye, American director Kimi Takesue films a succession of busy scenes from around Uganda's capital, Kampala: Salon... More>>
The Snowtown Murders The Snowtown Murders
, February 29, 2012
Based on real crimes that occurred in Snowtown, Australia, in the late 1990s, The Snowtown Murders is a dull thriller of ultra-bleak withholding.... More>>
The Salt of Life The Salt of Life
, February 29, 2012
As in his directorial debut, Mid-August Lunch, Gianni Di Gregorio stars in this quiet comedy, this time as Giovanni, a man in his early sixties... More>>
Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie
, February 29, 2012
The Turin Horse not excepted, Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie, a comedy, is the most startlingly apocalyptic film of the year. As in their... More>>
Let the Bullets Fly Let the Bullets Fly
, February 29, 2012
With a title like Let the Bullets Fly and a star like iconic Killer assassin Chow Yun-fat, it's not unreasonable to expect more than a few... More>>
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