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The King of Escape Is a Sublime Exploration of Complex Sexuality The King of Escape Is a Sublime Exploration of Complex Sexuality
, April 09, 2014
Weaving numerous influences into a rich emotional tapestry, Alain Guiraudie's The King of Escape skillfully absorbs and updates its assertive... More>>
In Oculus, a Swirl of Nightmarish Confusion and Superb Performances In Oculus, a Swirl of Nightmarish Confusion and Superb Performances
, April 09, 2014
A cleverly executed mind game that generates scares via structural ingenuity, Oculus suggests a world coming terrifyingly unmoored from its... More>>
Rio 2 Is a Visual Grenade Packed with Crayons Rio 2 Is a Visual Grenade Packed with Crayons
, April 09, 2014
Frantic, broad, and terrified of losing its young audience's attention for even, like, one single picosecond, Rio 2 feels like biting down on a... More>>
You May Think You're Not Interested in Draft Day, But You're In the Hands of a Master You May Think You're Not Interested in Draft Day, But You're In the Hands of a Master
, April 09, 2014
You may think you're not interested in a sturdy little dramatic comedy about the intricacies of the NFL draft process. But with Draft Day, you're... More>>
God's Not Dead, an Insecure Look at Faith in an Era Defined by Science God's Not Dead, an Insecure Look at Faith in an Era Defined by Science
, April 09, 2014
With its inability to present its arguments honestly or its opponents compassionately, Christian drama God's Not Dead is palpably insecure about... More>>
Nicolas Cage's Joe Lays Bare a Culture's Collapse Nicolas Cage's Joe Lays Bare a Culture's Collapse
Descent of Man
, April 09, 2014
It's been 5 million years since humanity hauled itself from the swamp, and according to Joe director David Gordon Green, we're devolving back... More>>
Tom Hiddleston Threatens to One Day Play a Normal Guy Tom Hiddleston Threatens to One Day Play a Normal Guy
, April 09, 2014
Tom Hiddleston can pull off extreme looks. In The Avengers, he strutted around in Loki's two-foot horned helmet. For Midnight in Paris, he... More>>
Kristen Wiig Dials It Way Back in Hateship Loveship Kristen Wiig Dials It Way Back in Hateship Loveship
Comedian Has a Sad
, April 09, 2014
Watching Kristen Wiig on Saturday Night Live, you maybe sometimes wondered if she was from outer space, perhaps some planet where women have big... More>>
A Fragile Trust: Jayson Blair Doc Could Use Less Jayson Blair A Fragile Trust: Jayson Blair Doc Could Use Less Jayson Blair
, April 09, 2014
Before the New York Times named him its lead reporter on the 2001 D.C. sniper story, Jayson Blair had been accused of plagiarism in the... More>>
The Railway Man Is Too Punishing for Its Own Good The Railway Man Is Too Punishing for Its Own Good
Spoiler: Torture's Bad
, April 09, 2014
Has it ever occurred to contemporary commercial filmmakers that maybe audiences could take a movie's word for it that a character has been... More>>
Jesus People Mocks 'em Gently Jesus People Mocks 'em Gently
, April 09, 2014
Proverbs 15:3 says, "The eyes of the Lord are in every place, watching the evil and the good." By which we can assume that God has seen True... More>>
Detonator Inverts a Familiar Formula Detonator Inverts a Familiar Formula
, April 09, 2014
Detonator opens with an extreme close-up of a tattoo being lasered off. Initially, it's not clear what's going on, but slowly the puckering and... More>>
Dance Doc Dancing in Jaffa Is a Story Pocked with Complexities Dance Doc Dancing in Jaffa Is a Story Pocked with Complexities
, April 09, 2014
Hilla Medalia's documentary Dancing in Jaffa derives its strength, much like a dancer's, from various isolated strains. Pierre Dulaine is a... More>>
Salsa Rom-Com Cuban Fury Splits the Difference Salsa Rom-Com Cuban Fury Splits the Difference
, April 09, 2014
There's something vaguely embarrassing about the hip-swiveling salsa craze that infatuated gringos in the '90s after suburban moms deemed the... More>>
No God, No Master: The Sometimes Dry Story On Fighting Social Injustice No God, No Master: The Sometimes Dry Story On Fighting Social Injustice
, April 09, 2014
Over the past decade (or thereabouts; his work is almost invariably released in the U.S. years after being shot), writer-director Terry Green has... More>>
Hank and Asha's Speechifying to the Camera, a Clunky Storytelling Device Hank and Asha's Speechifying to the Camera, a Clunky Storytelling Device
, April 09, 2014
The epistolary novel is a tricky format, with stringent narrative limitations, yet it boasts a healthy literary tradition. Epistolary cinema has... More>>
Truther Drama Unthinkable: An Airline Captain's Story Needs a lot of Quotation Marks Truther Drama Unthinkable: An Airline Captain's Story Needs a lot of Quotation Marks
, April 09, 2014
Until sufficiently proven, a lot of quotation marks are required to unpack Eric Stacey's "true-crime" dramatization of the "faked" 2013... More>>
The Daring Miss Violence Exemplifies -- and Upends --  Greek Cinema The Daring Miss Violence Exemplifies -- and Upends -- Greek Cinema
, April 09, 2014
Most art movements reach a point when the work slowly begins to break away. That breaking point is reached in Alexandros Avranas's Miss... More>>
The Unknown Known: Errol Morris Can't Penetrate the Man Behind Iraq The Unknown Known: Errol Morris Can't Penetrate the Man Behind Iraq
, April 02, 2014
As its subtitle suggests, one reason Errol Morris's 2003 documentary The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara proved... More>>
Alan Partridge: Coogan's Comic Brit Ass Beats Our Stateside Variety Alan Partridge: Coogan's Comic Brit Ass Beats Our Stateside Variety
, April 02, 2014
Any Yanks concerned that the Brits outclass us may find relief in Alan Partridge, an import comedy that at first seems to stand as evidence of... More>>
In Dom Hemingway, Jude Law Goes for Greatness In Dom Hemingway, Jude Law Goes for Greatness
, April 02, 2014
Going bald is the best thing that ever happened to Jude Law. Britain's prettiest export did the best he could with his burden of good looks. He... More>>
Under the Skin Is Alluring, Creepy, and Great Under the Skin Is Alluring, Creepy, and Great
Visions in Scarlett
, April 02, 2014
The promise of seeing Scarlett Johansson fully nude is probably enough to lure lots of people into Jonathan Glazer's alien-among-us fantasy... More>>
Radiant at BAM: "The Films of Dietrich and von Sternberg" Radiant at BAM: "The Films of Dietrich and von Sternberg"
The Pants Beneath the Gowns
, April 02, 2014
In Marlene Dietrich's ABC, the actress's marvelous book of bon mots and observations for any and every occasion, under the heading "Josef von... More>>
Lars von Trier Knows Nothing About Female Sexuality, but He Made Nymphomaniac Anyway Lars von Trier Knows Nothing About Female Sexuality, but He Made Nymphomaniac Anyway
, April 02, 2014
From 2012 until March 2014, Michael Atkinson has written the excellent column Viva Mabuse! at SundanceNow. (The archives, well worth perusing,... More>>
HBO's Doll & Em Takes on Women's Spontaneous Friendship Combustion HBO's Doll & Em Takes on Women's Spontaneous Friendship Combustion
, April 02, 2014
Why can't women stay friends? That's a trick question, of course, but also one that British actresses Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells --... More>>
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