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M. Blash's The Wait Is Gorgeous and Haunting M. Blash's The Wait Is Gorgeous and Haunting
, January 29, 2014
Gorgeous and haunting, inscrutable but rewarding of scrutiny, writer-director M. Blash's The Wait achieves the rare distinction of being warm... More>>
The View from the Black Box: Charlie Victor Romeo Lives in the Moments Before the End The View from the Black Box: Charlie Victor Romeo Lives in the Moments Before the End
, January 29, 2014
Louis C.K. has a great bit about people who moan and groan about the inconveniences of air travel. "I had to sit on the runway. For 40 minutes!"... More>>
12 O'Clock Boys Is an Urban Western with Ball Caps and Bikes 12 O'Clock Boys Is an Urban Western with Ball Caps and Bikes
, January 29, 2014
Baltimore's 12 O'Clock Boys are a dirt bike crew who literally believe in ride or die. If it weren't for their Sundays in the streets causing... More>>
Labor Day Is an Upworthy Article on the Big Screen Labor Day Is an Upworthy Article on the Big Screen
"I Never Thought I'd Want My Mom to Love a Murderer Until I Met This Bloody Hunk."
, January 29, 2014
Quick, somebody check Jason Reitman's house to see if the real man has been turned into dust by a body snatcher. Though his name's on the... More>>
Reviewing the 2014 Oscar Nominated Shorts Reviewing the 2014 Oscar Nominated Shorts
Who says award-season winners have to be epic?
, January 29, 2014
Who says award-season winners have to be epic? If you're looking for an alternative to the lengthy features vying for recognition and box-office... More>>
Miss Granny, Like Big in Reverse Miss Granny, Like Big in Reverse
, January 29, 2014
Like Big in reverse, Hwang Dong-hyuk's Miss Granny tells of an elderly woman who one night enters a photo studio called Forever Young for a... More>>
Welles's The Lady From Shanghai Returns to the Big Screen at Film Forum Welles's The Lady From Shanghai Returns to the Big Screen at Film Forum
, January 29, 2014
The cinema of Orson Welles is defined by compromise -- by funding lost, control wrested away, footage excised and eradicated. With his debut... More>>
Brightest Star: Finding Your Place in the Universe After Being Dumped Brightest Star: Finding Your Place in the Universe After Being Dumped
, January 29, 2014
As indie films about self-absorbed young white men making bad romantic choices accompanied by a mixtape soundtrack go, Maggie Kiley's Brightest... More>>
Peter Brook: The Tightrope, a Portrait of the Drama Teacher Helping His Students Find Bliss Peter Brook: The Tightrope, a Portrait of the Drama Teacher Helping His Students Find Bliss
, January 29, 2014
In 2011, a production of short Beckett plays that British theater director Peter Brook had helped conceive came to New York. Its actors filled a... More>>
French Rom-Com Love Is in the Air Feels Like a Bad American Rom-Com French Rom-Com Love Is in the Air Feels Like a Bad American Rom-Com
, January 29, 2014
Love Is in the Air was made in France, but even the most isolated American moviegoer would likely find it familiar. If this rom-com's setting... More>>
In Hank, a Flashback to 2008's Economic Nightmare In Hank, a Flashback to 2008's Economic Nightmare
, January 29, 2014
Maybe it's the influence of his Bloomberg Businessweek collaborators or maybe it's the subject matter, but Joe Berlinger's Hank: 5 Years From the... More>>
Somewhere Slow: Midlife Existentialism -- Plus a Teenage Drifter Somewhere Slow: Midlife Existentialism -- Plus a Teenage Drifter
, January 29, 2014
Jeremy O'Keefe's sparsely plotted second feature reiterates a famous Talking Heads question of midlife existentialism ("You may ask yourself,... More>>
In At Middleton, Adults Acting Like Undergrads In At Middleton, Adults Acting Like Undergrads
Farmiga and Andy Garcia give it their all but can't keep this movie afloat.
, January 29, 2014
Set on a fictional college campus and taking place over the course of a single day, Adam Rodgers's At Middleton zeros in on the tension between... More>>
Best Night Ever Only Seems Marketed to Women Best Night Ever Only Seems Marketed to Women
, January 29, 2014
During the course of Best Night Ever's best night ever, it's often unclear what we're watching. The Hangover for girls? An improbable documentary... More>>
In May I Kill U?, a Psycho Bike Cop Takes to YouTube In May I Kill U?, a Psycho Bike Cop Takes to YouTube
, January 29, 2014
Christopher Nolan's Batman films jettisoned the cartoony extravagances of previous directors in favor of whatever amounts to realism in a comic... More>>
That Awkward Moment, a Surprisingly Good Dude-Bro Version of Sex and the City That Awkward Moment, a Surprisingly Good Dude-Bro Version of Sex and the City
, January 29, 2014
While our ingenues scurry toward teen best sellers and David O. Russell flicks, here's the next generation of talented leading men swaggering... More>>
In Towheads, Shannon Plumb Picks Up Where Lucille Ball Left Off In Towheads, Shannon Plumb Picks Up Where Lucille Ball Left Off
, January 29, 2014
If Lucy Ricardo were alive today, she'd probably make no-budget shorts in her apartment. I Love Lucy was always sympathetic toward the creative... More>>
The Indie Nudie King: Joe Swanberg's Thriller 24 Exposures Full of Cheerful T&A The Indie Nudie King: Joe Swanberg's Thriller 24 Exposures Full of Cheerful T&A
, January 22, 2014
'You don't think something can be artistic if it has boobies in it?" a fetish photographer asks in 24 Exposures, the latest from Joe Swanberg,... More>>
Vanessa Hudgens Is Unrecognizable as Troubled Teen in Gimme Shelter Vanessa Hudgens Is Unrecognizable as Troubled Teen in Gimme Shelter
, January 22, 2014
You can say this for the Disney teen machine: They sure know how to pick 'em. Vanessa Hudgens was 17 when High School Musical made her... More>>
Gloria Offers an Answer for the Age of the Ageless Gloria Offers an Answer for the Age of the Ageless
Gloria doesn't need a guy; she just wants one.
, January 22, 2014
We've entered an age in which people have no idea how old they are. Fifty-year-olds lament, "I still feel 30 in my mind," and sometimes dress... More>>
Stranger by the Lake: Trouble in a Gay Paradise Stranger by the Lake: Trouble in a Gay Paradise
The first Alain Guiraudie film to have a stateside release.
, January 22, 2014
For more than two decades, Alain Guiraudie has been unrivaled in depicting desires that upend convention, whether homo or hetero. In the comedy... More>>
Kate Logan on Kidnapped for Christ: No Parent Should Risk Sending Their Child There Kate Logan on Kidnapped for Christ: No Parent Should Risk Sending Their Child There
, January 22, 2014
Kate Logan's Kidnapped for Christ is a documentary in the same vein as Jesus Camp, indicting an evangelical cult's brainwashing of children. On... More>>
Action Filmmakers John and Peter Hyams Talk Enemies Closer Action Filmmakers John and Peter Hyams Talk Enemies Closer
, January 22, 2014
While they've collaborated on several projects, filmmakers John and Peter Hyams's respective approaches to action filmmaking are basically... More>>
The Four Good Things in I, Frankenstein The Four Good Things in I, Frankenstein
Fire bad, movie not so great, either.
, January 22, 2014
There are four good things we can say about I, Frankenstein, another muscles-and-rubble comic book adaptation just un-terrible enough not to... More>>
Visitors Proves We Aren't Slaves to the Screen Visitors Proves We Aren't Slaves to the Screen
, January 22, 2014
Watching a Godfrey Reggio movie is like hearing somebody brag about not owning a TV — it's insufferable as much for being sanctimonious as... More>>
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