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The Duke of Burgundy is a Delicious Evocation of Seventies Erotica The Duke of Burgundy is a Delicious Evocation of Seventies Erotica
, January 21, 2015
Even if you've never seen or heard of a movie called She Killed in Ecstasy, isn't it lovely to know that such a thing exists in the world? That... More>>
If Mortdecai Had a Time Machine, It Could Be 1965's Top Comedy If Mortdecai Had a Time Machine, It Could Be 1965's Top Comedy
, January 21, 2015
Mortdecai is creeping into theaters with the flushed shame of a debutante who expects to be pelted with tomatoes. It's a pity. In 1965, Mortdecai... More>>
Japanese Sex Comedy R100 Warns Nobody Is Old Enough to See It Japanese Sex Comedy R100 Warns Nobody Is Old Enough to See It
, January 21, 2015
Hitoshi Matsumoto's R100 takes its name from the Japanese rating system, which proceeds thusly: R15, safe for fifteen-year-olds; R18, safe for... More>>
Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter Shares How Modern Dance Came to Be Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter Shares How Modern Dance Came to Be
, January 21, 2015
You need not be a student or scholar of dance to be completely enthralled by Greg Vander Veer's documentary Miss Hill. Described by one interview... More>>
Salvation Army Makes Tender Art of Growing Up Gay in Morocco Salvation Army Makes Tender Art of Growing Up Gay in Morocco
, January 21, 2015
Homosexuality is outlawed in Morocco, but young men walking down the street holding hands in friendship is a common sight. Hiding from the law... More>>
Red Army Is a Fascinating and Funny Doc About Eighties Soviet Hockey Red Army Is a Fascinating and Funny Doc About Eighties Soviet Hockey
, January 21, 2015
There are times when sport isn't a metaphor — it's simply war, a skirmish of ideals. Think of the Soviet Union's rival-crushing Cold War... More>>
New Music from Jenny Lewis Can't Save the Twee Song One New Music from Jenny Lewis Can't Save the Twee Song One
, January 21, 2015
There's some winsome soul out there who will find this indie folk-scene romance just the thing: Johnny Flynn sings passionate songs penned by... More>>
Manny Pacquiao Doc Manny Is Too Lightweight Manny Pacquiao Doc Manny Is Too Lightweight
, January 21, 2015
Even as a promotional piece, Manny is too thin a nonfiction portrait of Manny Pacquiao, one of the greatest boxers of the modern era and the only... More>>
The Big Bang Theory Star Directs a Movie Where He's the Object of Lust The Big Bang Theory Star Directs a Movie Where He's the Object of Lust
, January 21, 2015
A dimwitted fantasy designed for the types of nerds found on his hit CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory, Simon Helberg's We'll Never Have Paris... More>>
The Very Bloody Killers Justifies Itself with Psychoanalysis The Very Bloody Killers Justifies Itself with Psychoanalysis
, January 21, 2015
Blood-soaked Indonesian horror-thriller hybrid Killers apes the worst aspect of serial-killer dramas like Dexter and Hannibal by pretending that... More>>
Bush-Era Business Satire Americons Is Toothless Bush-Era Business Satire Americons Is Toothless
, January 21, 2015
The obvious wordplay in the title is a tip-off that this based-on-a-true-story tale of avarice and corruption in the world of Bush-era real... More>>
Paddington Gives CGI Kid Movies a Good Name Paddington Gives CGI Kid Movies a Good Name
, January 14, 2015
Emerson argued that each flourish and tendril of a work of art has its exact corollary in the mind of the artist, that creative expression is... More>>
Julianne Moore Will Move You in Alzheimer's Drama Still Alice Julianne Moore Will Move You in Alzheimer's Drama Still Alice
, January 14, 2015
Most of us can’t imagine having a disease that tugs and tears at the very threads of who we are. When we wake up in the middle of the night... More>>
Blackhat Is Another Exercise in Style but Not Much Else Blackhat Is Another Exercise in Style but Not Much Else
, January 14, 2015
Anyone who loves Michael Mann movies, or even just the idea of Michael Mann movies, accepts that film style is a language and something more, a... More>>
Denis Cote's Spare and Elegant Joy of Man's Desiring Is an Illuminating Labor Portrait Denis Cote's Spare and Elegant Joy of Man's Desiring Is an Illuminating Labor Portrait
, January 14, 2015
Cinema's fascination with labor can be traced to the art form's very beginning: The Lumière brothers' first film, Workers Leaving the... More>>
An Early Retrospective Finds Swedish Director Ruben Ostlund on the Verge of Greatness An Early Retrospective Finds Swedish Director Ruben Ostlund on the Verge of Greatness
, January 14, 2015
A canny portrait of marital catastrophe that's equal measures Raymond Carver bitter quietude and late Ingmar Bergman striptease, Ruben... More>>
Comedy Appropriate Behavior Is Dirty, Hilarious, Moving, and On Demand Comedy Appropriate Behavior Is Dirty, Hilarious, Moving, and On Demand
, January 14, 2015
Forget its generic title, its breakup setup, and its indie-standard Brooklyn walk-and-talks: Writer/director Desiree Akhavan's Appropriate... More>>
Kevin Hart Proves He's Hollywood's Best Comedy Star in the Crass Wedding Ringer Kevin Hart Proves He's Hollywood's Best Comedy Star in the Crass Wedding Ringer
, January 14, 2015
Here's the pipsqueak who has hauled himself up into a sharp-dressed leading man. Here's the comic who's boundlessly inventive in his swearing but... More>>
Patrick Stewart Is Great in Match, a Stellar Indie Drama Patrick Stewart Is Great in Match, a Stellar Indie Drama
, January 14, 2015
Writer-director Stephen Belber's inspiriting, generous Match is so good that it's like some kind of trick. In what can only be characterized as a... More>>
Orson Welles's Personal Favorite Chimes at Midnight Returns to the Big Screen Orson Welles's Personal Favorite Chimes at Midnight Returns to the Big Screen
, January 14, 2015
The problem with the concept of the misunderstood genius is that it assumes genius can be understood at all. So don't even try to draw boundaries... More>>
Italy's Satiric Human Capital Thrillingly Crashes Lives Together Italy's Satiric Human Capital Thrillingly Crashes Lives Together
, January 14, 2015
Classes crash in Paolo Virzi's lashing satiric drama, along with bikes and SUVs and the fortunes and dreams of the haves and the... More>>
Gangs of Wasseypur Is the Bloody, Five-Hour Indian Crime Drama You've Been Looking For Gangs of Wasseypur Is the Bloody, Five-Hour Indian Crime Drama You've Been Looking For
, January 14, 2015
This sprawling epic of Indian crime families runs for five hours and covers some 70 years of tough guys, vengeance, and wives who smile prettily... More>>
Sincere and Sleepy Indie Life Inside Out Goes All In on Open-Mic Folk Music Sincere and Sleepy Indie Life Inside Out Goes All In on Open-Mic Folk Music
, January 14, 2015
Earnestness doesn't fully excuse the low-key schmaltz peddled by Life Inside Out, the type of indie that your mother might politely describe as... More>>
Drama Still Life at Least Captures the Misery of Funerals, Bureaucracy, and Loneliness Drama Still Life at Least Captures the Misery of Funerals, Bureaucracy, and Loneliness
, January 14, 2015
The sad irony of Still Life, with the great English character actor Eddie Marsan as a quiet crusader on behalf of those who die alone, isn't the... More>>
Bruce Willis's Vice Is Like a B-Movie Blade Runner Bruce Willis's Vice Is Like a B-Movie Blade Runner
, January 14, 2015
If Ridley Scott's Blade Runner had instead been produced by 1980s B-film sweatshop the Cannon Group with Chuck Norris as Rick Deckard and... More>>
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