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Waiting for August's Resilient Teen Heroine Keeps her Family Going Waiting for August's Resilient Teen Heroine Keeps her Family Going
, October 08, 2014
What's perhaps most moving in Waiting for August, a quiet film of weight and joy, is its sense of desperate normalcy. Newcomer Teodora Ana... More>>
Nothing But a Man: Roemer Directs Abbey Lincoln in Malcolm X's Favorite Movie Nothing But a Man: Roemer Directs Abbey Lincoln in Malcolm X's Favorite Movie
, October 08, 2014
In Michael Roemer's superb and little-seen 1964 drama Nothing But a Man — playing October 8 and 9 as part of Film Forum's seven-movie... More>>
See This Eleanor Rigby, Not the Other One See This Eleanor Rigby, Not the Other One
, October 08, 2014
The two joined halves of Ned Benson's The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, called Her and Him, form a cumulative portrait of grief where no one is... More>>
Everything Goes Wrong in Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Everything Goes Wrong in Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
, October 08, 2014
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day actually covers two days. The first is the birthday eve of Alexander (Ed Oxenbould),... More>>
The Gory Revenge Saga Kite Is Grim and Stylish The Gory Revenge Saga Kite Is Grim and Stylish
, October 08, 2014
Based on a 1998 anime of the same name, Kite is a gory revenge saga that takes place in a future so bleak it gags under its own layers of decay.... More>>
Atmosphere Trumps All in the Stylish Irish Horror Film The Canal Atmosphere Trumps All in the Stylish Irish Horror Film The Canal
, October 08, 2014
Atmosphere trumps everything else in The Canal, a stylish Irish horror film that feels like a David Fincher–helmed Edgar Allan Poe homage.... More>>
Class and Robots Explored in a Dystopian Future in Automata Class and Robots Explored in a Dystopian Future in Automata
, October 08, 2014
It's too easy to say that Gabe Ibáñez's Automata is less than the sum of its visuals, which a lot of people will do, because it's... More>>
Found-Footage Horror Flick The Houses October Built Showcases Real Haunted Houses Found-Footage Horror Flick The Houses October Built Showcases Real Haunted Houses
, October 08, 2014
The scary Halloween house at your local amusement park is child's play compared to the "extreme haunts" that fill this uneven but intriguing... More>>
Rom-Com #Stuck Is the Most Fun You Can Have Being Caught in Traffic Rom-Com #Stuck Is the Most Fun You Can Have Being Caught in Traffic
, October 08, 2014
The hashtag in #Stuck is misleading: Holly (Madeline Zima) and Guy (Joel David Moore) are not social-media-savvy millennials who hook up online... More>>
Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead Is a Superior Zombie-Nazi Sequel Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead Is a Superior Zombie-Nazi Sequel
, October 08, 2014
Excellent use of intestines." For a certain segment of the movie-going audience, that's all the recommendation Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead needs.... More>>
Want to Pay $14 to See a 90-Minute Commercial for Mormonism? Want to Pay $14 to See a 90-Minute Commercial for Mormonism?
, October 08, 2014
The Church of Latter-day Saints' hyper-capitalist spirit guides Meet the Mormons, an extension of the "I'm a Mormon" campaign that sought to... More>>
In Catch Hell Ryan Phillippe Directs Himself Being Kidnapped by Swamp-Rats In Catch Hell Ryan Phillippe Directs Himself Being Kidnapped by Swamp-Rats
, October 08, 2014
It's tempting to look at Catch Hell, Ryan Phillippe's directing debut, as something of an incantation. Phillippe plays Reagan Pearce (note the... More>>
Botso Survived Stalin and Hitler -- and Deserves a Better Movie Botso Survived Stalin and Hitler -- and Deserves a Better Movie
, October 08, 2014
Wachtang "Botso" Korisheli cuts a heavy figure, his full beard and booming voice more than a little reminiscent of Christopher Lee. Born in... More>>
Britain's Got Talent Star Has His Story Told in One Chance Britain's Got Talent Star Has His Story Told in One Chance
, October 08, 2014
Underdog achievement stories, from Breaking Away to Rudy and Kung Fu Panda, are practically defined by the multitude of voices telling the hero... More>>
Predictable ALS Drama You're Not You Will Make You Want to Soak Your Head in an Ice Bucket Predictable ALS Drama You're Not You Will Make You Want to Soak Your Head in an Ice Bucket
, October 08, 2014
Tony Award–winning director George C. Wolfe’s only cinematic effort prior to You’re Not You was the Nicholas Sparks adaptation... More>>
The Story of Yoga Told in Awake: The Life of Yogananda The Story of Yoga Told in Awake: The Life of Yogananda
, October 08, 2014
Yoga’s journey from 5,000-year-old spiritual practice to means to achieving flat abs and tight glutes encapsulates the interlocked... More>>
NYFF:  Lisandro Alonso's Jauja Sends Viggo Mortensen to an Earthly Paradise NYFF: Lisandro Alonso's Jauja Sends Viggo Mortensen to an Earthly Paradise
, October 08, 2014
Generally speaking, all a viewer needs to do while watching a Lisandro Alonso film is look and listen. Starting with La Libertad (2001), the... More>>
Left Behind is Sinfully Boring Left Behind is Sinfully Boring
, October 01, 2014
Every child who's thrown a tantrum, packed a bag and plotted to run away has shivered with the same vengeful thought: I wish I could see how sad... More>>
Transparent's Jill Soloway Continues TV's Sexual (R)evolution Transparent's Jill Soloway Continues TV's Sexual (R)evolution
, October 01, 2014
Adultery, abortion, threesomes, lesbians, transgenders, interracial hook-ups, Holocaust insensitivity -- there's something for everyone in... More>>
NYFF: Ferrara's Tender Pasolini Achieves Sublimity NYFF: Ferrara's Tender Pasolini Achieves Sublimity
, October 01, 2014
Earlier this year, the director Abel Ferrara premiered his Welcome to New York, a lacerating study of an appalling man for whom Ferrara has, to... More>>
Ann Sheridan, Back on the Big Screen, One-Ups Cagney and Bogart Ann Sheridan, Back on the Big Screen, One-Ups Cagney and Bogart
, October 01, 2014
The "strong woman" label patronizingly foisted on modern Hollywood actresses would've been spat at by such formidable 1940s Warner Bros. stars as... More>>
A New Nas Doc Looks Back on Illmatic A New Nas Doc Looks Back on Illmatic
, October 01, 2014
One rhyme in particular crystallizes the genius of Nas's 1994 classic Illmatic. It comes in the song "One Love," which takes the form of a letter... More>>
The Ebullient Clark Terry Perseveres in Keep On Keepin' On The Ebullient Clark Terry Perseveres in Keep On Keepin' On
, October 01, 2014
Seeing a living legend laid up in an oxygen tent shouldn't be fun. But in Alan Hicks’s doc Keep On Keepin’ On, it somehow is. Now in... More>>
Shouldn't a Movie Called Drive Hard be More Mad? Shouldn't a Movie Called Drive Hard be More Mad?
, October 01, 2014
First there was The Driver, then there was Drive Angry, and then there was Drive. Now there’s Drive Hard — because why not? Thomas... More>>
In Men, Women & Children, Jason Reitman Has a Sad About the Internet In Men, Women & Children, Jason Reitman Has a Sad About the Internet
, October 01, 2014
The tragedy of Jason Reitman's Men, Women & Children is that it was released the year it was made. A snapshot of today's cultural disconnection,... More>>
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