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The Longshots The Longshots
, August 19, 2008
In the '90s, Ice Cube and Limp Bizkit co-headlined the Family Values Tour as, respectively, a rap legend and the nadir of music up to that point.... More>>
Rainn Wilson Goes Metal in The Rocker The Rocker
, August 19, 2008
Directed by Peter Cattaneo, The Rocker's more or less the Pete Best Story—the tale of a poor bastard who gets shitcanned right on the brink... More>>
Bachna Ae Haseeno Bachna Ae Haseeno
, August 19, 2008
When he’s not busy designing Halo 4, Raj Sharma (Ranbir Kapoor) has one great ambition: to lead a “killer” life. And with his... More>>
Death Race Death Race
, August 19, 2008
It's not that 1975's Roger Corman–produced Death Race 2000 was so precious a grindhouse treasure that a remake seems offensive—but by... More>>
The House Bunny The House Bunny
, August 19, 2008
Anyone who saw her light up the edges of Lost in Translation and Just Friends, or steal the entire show in Gregg Araki’s Smiley Face, knows... More>>
Chabrol and Rohmer Keep Doing What They Do Best Chabrol and Rohmer Keep Doing What They Do Best
Two French masters, still catching the wave
, August 12, 2008
From the standpoint of 2008, the French new wave that broke half a century ago is a towering monument to a particular moment— a solitary... More>>
An Interview With Woody Allen An Interview With Woody Allen
Woody Allen is back from his European vacation. Next, he directs Larry David in NYC and Puccini for L.A. Opera
, August 12, 2008
The last time I interviewed Woody Allen, at his editing suite on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, he was preparing the release of Match Point... More>>
Manny Farber 1917-2008 Manny Farber 1917-2008
Remembering the painter, professor, and underground model for scores of American film critics
, August 12, 2008
Painter, carpenter, university professor, and underground model for scores of American film critics—myself included—Manny Farber died... More>>
Vicky Cristina Barcelona's Mighty Aphrodites Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Penélope Cruz and Scarlett Johansson join forces—and some other stuff—in Woody Allen's (winning!) latest
, August 12, 2008
Perhaps this review should begin with a disclaimer: Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Woody Allen's 39th film as writer-director, will do little to... More>>
Tropic Thunder: A Consummate Movie-Biz Parody Tropic Thunder
Stiller's satire is way past its expiration date
, August 12, 2008
Early buzz out of Hollywood pegged Tropic Thunder, directed and co-written by star Ben Stiller, as the end-all and be-all of movie-biz... More>>
O Lucky Us!: Malcolm McDowell on Lindsay Anderson Never Apologize: A Personal Visit With Lindsay Anderson
, August 12, 2008
In conjunction with its Lindsay Anderson retrospective, "Revolutionary Romantic," Lincoln Center offers up the New York premiere of Mike Kaplan's... More>>
The 3D Adventure Fly Me to the Moon Fly Me to the Moon
, August 12, 2008
The 3D adventure Fly Me to the Moon imagines an alternate history in which three adolescent houseflies stow away aboard Apollo 11,... More>>
Henry Poole Is Here, An Uplifting Quasi-Spiritual Tale Henry Poole Is Here
, August 12, 2008
Henry Poole is dying. Diagnosed with an unspecified fatal disease, Poole (Luke Wilson) retreats into the numbing sunniness of suburban Los... More>>
One Bad Cat: The Reverend Albert Wagner Story One Bad Cat: The Reverend Albert Wagner Story
, August 12, 2008
A bowling ball's black kitty face busting out of a white bag: Does this beguilingly simple sculpture evoke transcendence—a message that the... More>>
Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer
, August 12, 2008
A good deal livelier than the usual music-doc embalming, this worshipful tribute to jazz singer Anita O'Day—completed shortly before her... More>>
On the Eve of Their Momma's Man Opening, Jacobs Father and Son Talk Shop and Family On the Eve of Their Momma's Man Opening, Jacobs Father and Son Talk Shop and Family
The films of Azazel Jacobs are on the offbeat end of the cinema spectrum.
, August 05, 2008
By most measures, the films of Azazel Jacobs, screening this week at BAM, are on the offbeat end of the cinema spectrum. From his award-winning... More>>
Pineapple Express's True Bromance Pineapple Express
Rogen and Franco, on the run and madly in love
, August 05, 2008
On the surface, Pineapple Express offers precisely what it advertises: a roll-'em-up, smoke-'em-up, blow-'em-up bromantic comedy from the freaks... More>>
(Another) Rock 'n' Roll Suicide in Germs Biopic What We Do Is Secret
What We Do Is Secret kills what's cool about Darby Crash
, August 05, 2008
Secret? Not anymore it ain't. In my day, you had to visit a dozen Blockbusters to find a ratty copy of The Decline of Western... More>>
Films of the Dardenne Brothers Films of the Dardenne Brothers
Anthology ignores the early days, but still pays worthy tribute to the Belgian brothers
, August 05, 2008
The eastern Belgium industrial town of Seraing (pop. 60,000) is considerably better known for its factories—iron, steel, crystal—... More>>
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2
Even the hoariest haters eventually succumb
, August 05, 2008
Resist if you dare, and for as long as you must, but even the hoariest haters eventually succumbed to the girly, cottony charms of 2005's... More>>
Patti Smith: Dream of Life—It's Not Patti's Fault Patti Smith: Dream of Life
, August 05, 2008
If Patti Smith's narration to Dream of Life was simplified into a stanza, it might go something like this: As long as I can remember I sought to... More>>
Penélope Cruz and Ben Kingsley in Elegy Elegy
, August 05, 2008
It's May-December time again, and for an aging dude who scores one of the ripest young lovelies in cinema (Penélope Cruz), Ben Kingsley... More>>
Neil Mandt's Last Stop for Paul Last Stop for Paul
, August 05, 2008
Writer-director Neil Mandt is Charlie, and cinematographer Marc Carter is Cliff, his companion on a round-the-world trip. Their goal is to honor... More>>
Hell Ride: A Vulgar Homage to Cheapie Biker Movies Hell Ride
, August 05, 2008
In the post–Pulp Fiction '90s, one could throw a rock at random and hit a two-bit Quentin Tarantino knock-off—all chatty gangsters... More>>
Trygve Allister Diesen's Red Red
, August 05, 2008
If Death Wish had begun with armed thugs killing Charles Bronson's dog instead of his wife, and Bronson had spent the rest of the movie merely... More>>
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