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True Story Aims to Expose Journalistic Malpractice, but Mostly Exposes James Franco True Story Aims to Expose Journalistic Malpractice, but Mostly Exposes James Franco
, April 15, 2015
The sequence that opens True Story tells you plenty about what you’re in for: A rumpled teddy bear drifts down from our vantage point like... More>>
Fact, Fiction, or In-Between, Agnes Varda's Films Illuminate Lives Fact, Fiction, or In-Between, Agnes Varda's Films Illuminate Lives
, April 15, 2015
In the 60 years since she made her first film, the inexhaustibly curious Agnès Varda, who turns 87 next month, has always worked outside... More>>
Roar Is an Animal Anti-Masterpiece Roar Is an Animal Anti-Masterpiece
, April 15, 2015
A normal movie ends with the American Humane Association's assurance that "No animals were harmed." But Tippi Hedren's doomed 1981 obsession Roar... More>>
Your Best Bet at Tribeca This Year: Avoid Celebrity Fare Your Best Bet at Tribeca This Year: Avoid Celebrity Fare
Here's what you need to see at Tribeca 2015
, April 15, 2015
Fourteen years in, the Tribeca Film Festival has taken a step back to look at the bigger picture, and finally realized what was making it hang... More>>
Tribeca's Maddest Midnight Movies Tribeca's Maddest Midnight Movies
Don't miss Bodyslam and Stung
, April 15, 2015
Subculture-portrait documentaries don’t get much more absurd than Bodyslam: The Revenge of the Banana, one of five films to be featured in... More>>
The Latest Melting Glaciers Doc Antarctic Edge Doesn't Waste Time with Ice Porn The Latest Melting Glaciers Doc Antarctic Edge Doesn't Waste Time with Ice Porn
, April 15, 2015
By now, sobering docs about melting ice at the ends of the world are a reliable source of pleasure and anxiety: Gape at the glacial peaks, the... More>>
Monsters: Dark Continent Asks an Important Question Between CGI Creature Battles Monsters: Dark Continent Asks an Important Question Between CGI Creature Battles
, April 15, 2015
Gareth Edwards's 2010 debut, Monsters, was set in Mexico and drew parallels between its heroes' efforts to keep the gigantic lifeforms in the... More>>
The Classic Tale of Money vs. Abs Is Told Again in Beyond the Reach The Classic Tale of Money vs. Abs Is Told Again in Beyond the Reach
, April 15, 2015
In 1972, novelist Robb White wrote the desert thriller Deathwatch, about a rich hunter named Madec who accidentally kills a human in the Mojave... More>>
Big-Hearted Indie Tangerines Stands Up to War by Harvesting Fruit Big-Hearted Indie Tangerines Stands Up to War by Harvesting Fruit
, April 15, 2015
Small in scale if huge in heart and scope, Tangerines uses four characters to limn the religio-nationalistic hostilities unleashed by the... More>>
Affliction Drama The Road Within Succumbs to Sentimental Uplift Affliction Drama The Road Within Succumbs to Sentimental Uplift
, April 15, 2015
It sounds like the perfect setup for a legendary tasteless joke: A boy with Tourette's, an anorexic girl, and an obsessive-compulsive neat freak... More>>
The Action Epic The Dead Lands Drops You Into a War Between Tribes The Action Epic The Dead Lands Drops You Into a War Between Tribes
, April 15, 2015
Like a Kiwi cousin to Mel Gibson's historical indigenous spectacle Apocalypto, director Toa Fraser's feral action epic drops viewers into the... More>>
Alex of Venice Is a Poignant Snapshot of a Woman Remaking Her World Alex of Venice Is a Poignant Snapshot of a Woman Remaking Her World
, April 15, 2015
There's a line at the end of a Chekhov play that goes, "Life's gone on as if I'd never lived." This does a passable job summarizing Chris... More>>
A Somber Mood Hangs Over Cross-Cultural Romance Felix and Meira A Somber Mood Hangs Over Cross-Cultural Romance Felix and Meira
, April 15, 2015
Music is used sparingly in Felix and Meira, and each song is key to expressing unspoken emotion. After Shulem (Luzer Twersky) leaves his modest... More>>
You'll Feel the Brutal Child 44 in Your Marrow You'll Feel the Brutal Child 44 in Your Marrow
, April 15, 2015
Filmmaking for grown-ups is so scarce these days that it’s tempting to grade Daniel Espinosa’s bleak, bone-crunching thriller Child... More>>
The Human Experiment The Human Experiment
, April 15, 2015
Not recommended viewing for hypochondriacs or proponents of unbiased documentaries, Dana Nachman and Don Hardy’s The Human Experiment is an... More>>
Game of Thrones Season 5 Preview: Women Warriors Take Over Westeros Game of Thrones Season 5 Preview: Women Warriors Take Over Westeros
, April 08, 2015
It may be hard to remember now, but there once was a time when Daenerys was the most exciting character on Game of Thrones. Played by Emilia... More>>
Kurt Cobain is Honored in the Stunning Montage of Heck Kurt Cobain is Honored in the Stunning Montage of Heck
, April 08, 2015
A post-Wikipedia biographical documentary, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck finds Brett Morgen constructing a feature-length collage of notebook... More>>
Watch Ride the Pink Horse on Blu-ray and The Cremator on Hulu Plus Watch Ride the Pink Horse on Blu-ray and The Cremator on Hulu Plus
Don't Watch That, Watch This!
, April 08, 2015
To sing the song of noir — it's not as easy as it once was, when critics like Raymond Durgnat and Paul Schrader were busy cataloging and... More>>
Sisterhood of Night Betrays Its Characters for Its Mystery Sisterhood of Night Betrays Its Characters for Its Mystery
, April 08, 2015
Caryn Waechter's restless modern-day teen witch-trial drama has more to recommend it than you might expect for a film whose central suspense is... More>>
True-ish Desert Dancer Pits Young Artists Against Iran True-ish Desert Dancer Pits Young Artists Against Iran
, April 08, 2015
There's not quite as much desert and dancing as you might expect in Desert Dancer, an earnest and occasionally hokey drama about kids wanting to... More>>
With Broken Horses, an Indian Master Aims for Amerindie Suspense With Broken Horses, an Indian Master Aims for Amerindie Suspense
, April 08, 2015
The most profitable film in the history of India is the romantic comedy 3 Idiots, which, according to the formal strictures of its industry, is a... More>>
Ex Machina Asks If a Robot Can Think -- And Is She Coming On to You? Ex Machina Asks If a Robot Can Think -- And Is She Coming On to You?
She's Gotta Have I.T.
, April 08, 2015
Ex Machina is an egghead thriller with a scary selling point: Unlike Liam Neeson shooting up half of Boston, this actually could be taking place... More>>
Nicholas Sparks's Bull-Riding Romance The Longest Ride Is Total BS and Totally Great Nicholas Sparks's Bull-Riding Romance The Longest Ride Is Total BS and Totally Great
, April 08, 2015
The Longest Ride is Nicholas Sparks's most ambitious novel. Instead of one couple, there's two — and he's even stretched out of his... More>>
Dior and I Shows How a Great House Kept Standing Dior and I Shows How a Great House Kept Standing
, April 08, 2015
It's nearly impossible to persuade the average American citizen, especially if he's a straight man, that haute couture has a reason to exist. The... More>>
In Clouds of Sils Maria Olivier Assayas Pits Juliette Binoche Against Time Itself In Clouds of Sils Maria Olivier Assayas Pits Juliette Binoche Against Time Itself
, April 08, 2015
No one likes the idea of growing older, and anyone who claims as much is lying, either to you or to herself. The anxiety of aging actors is... More>>
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