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Alive Inside Shows the Power of Music as Therapy for Dementia Patients Alive Inside Shows the Power of Music as Therapy for Dementia Patients
, July 16, 2014
Practically guaranteed to elicit tears within its first five minutes, Alive Inside — a documentary about activist Dan Cohen's attempts to... More>>
Two Indie Directors are Profiled in the Tidy Double Play Two Indie Directors are Profiled in the Tidy Double Play
, July 16, 2014
Gabe Klinger's Double Play is a tidy documentary about two creative brains: directors James Benning and Richard Linklater. Benning, the elder of... More>>
Fanny Continues Daniel Auteuil's Stagy Revival of the Marcel Pagnol Trilogy Fanny Continues Daniel Auteuil's Stagy Revival of the Marcel Pagnol Trilogy
, July 16, 2014
Picking up where Marius left off, actor-director Daniel Auteuil's Fanny — the second entry in his planned adaptation of Marcel Pagnol's... More>>
The Purge: Anarchy Sets Up Frank Grillo to Finally Be the Leading Man The Purge: Anarchy Sets Up Frank Grillo to Finally Be the Leading Man
, July 16, 2014
Sirens blare and an eerie voice announces that it's best to remain indoors if you don't plan to participate. While others make safety... More>>
Honour Puts a Social Issue Into a Thriller Framework Honour Puts a Social Issue Into a Thriller Framework
, July 09, 2014
Shan Khan’s London-set debut feature, Honour, attempts to combine a thriller framework with a social-issue concern -- "Honour killings,"... More>>
Richard Linklater Explains His Secret Movie Boyhood, Which He Shot Over 12 Years Richard Linklater Explains His Secret Movie Boyhood, Which He Shot Over 12 Years
, July 09, 2014
"It's the secret films you have to watch out for," jokes Richard Linklater of his new movie Boyhood, a furtive experiment that he kept quiet for... More>>
The Hamptons Teens in Affluenza Are Here to Warn ... Somebody The Hamptons Teens in Affluenza Are Here to Warn ... Somebody
, July 09, 2014
It's hard to say exactly whom writer-director Kevin Asch is trying to warn with Affluenza, a teen drama about wealthy Hampton-ites that engages... More>>
The Provocateur: Luis Bunuel Is Still Jabbing at Eyeballs The Provocateur: Luis Bunuel Is Still Jabbing at Eyeballs
, July 09, 2014
The observable universe is a million million million million miles large — that's one followed by 24 zeroes — and 13.8 billion years... More>>
Art vs. State: Panahi's Closed Curtain Unveils Iran Art vs. State: Panahi's Closed Curtain Unveils Iran
, July 09, 2014
Sometimes, if not often enough, movies demand to be watched as something more than just expensive daydreams — they come festooned with... More>>
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Is Much Better Than Its Predecessor Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Is Much Better Than Its Predecessor
, July 09, 2014
Who knows why, but the sight of apes sitting tall and proud on horseback is stirring in a primal way. That's one of the best images in Matt... More>>
Linklater's Glorious Boyhood Captures Life in Bloom Linklater's Glorious Boyhood Captures Life in Bloom
, July 09, 2014
The business of childhood is the business of waiting: waiting for Christmas, waiting for school to let out, waiting to be old enough to stay up... More>>
A Story of Creative High School Engineers Told in Underwater Dreams A Story of Creative High School Engineers Told in Underwater Dreams
, July 09, 2014
There's an inspiring short-feature doc buried in the sprawling 90 minutes of Underwater Dreams. Perhaps the bright and creative high school... More>>
Music Festival Doc Made in America Is a Feature-Length Commercial for the Jay-Z Brand Music Festival Doc Made in America Is a Feature-Length Commercial for the Jay-Z Brand
, July 09, 2014
There's no type of documentary as shallow as those covering modern music festivals, a fact reconfirmed by Made in America, a recap of the two-day... More>>
Outlaw Saga Road to Paloma Moves Too Slowly Outlaw Saga Road to Paloma Moves Too Slowly
, July 09, 2014
Road to Paloma contains a junkyard fistfight in which one of the pugilists gets bludgeoned in the face with a rusty gasoline can (yes, we hear... More>>
Land Ho!, a Buddy Road Trip Through Iceland Land Ho!, a Buddy Road Trip Through Iceland
, July 09, 2014
Land Ho! is a How Grandpa Got His Groove Back for the geezer set, a buddy road trip through Iceland, starring two divorced men with a combined... More>>
The Battered Bastards of Baseball, the Original Bad News Bears? The Battered Bastards of Baseball, the Original Bad News Bears?
, July 09, 2014
A mere 10 minutes of The Battered Bastards of Baseball will have you convinced that its namesake, a ragtag minor league team named the Portland... More>>
The Three Craziest Moments of Nic Cage's New Rage, Ranked The Three Craziest Moments of Nic Cage's New Rage, Ranked
, July 09, 2014
How has there not already been a Nicolas Cage movie called Rage? That title could fit many of the Drive Angry star's late-career time-wasters.... More>>
The Empty Hours Is a Studied Coming-of-Age Narrative The Empty Hours Is a Studied Coming-of-Age Narrative
, July 09, 2014
At the risk of overextending a writing-workshop maxim, great cinema often proves that the tale is in the telling. The primacy of visuals... More>>
Dinesh D'Souza's America: The Vainglorious Huckster Trembles Before Another Left-Wing Conspiracy Dinesh D'Souza's America: The Vainglorious Huckster Trembles Before Another Left-Wing Conspiracy
, July 02, 2014
Here are some of the triumphant moments of recent history that make it into the climactic montage in America, the latest "America's... More>>
Life Itself Celebrates Roger Ebert and His Capacity for Joy Life Itself Celebrates Roger Ebert and His Capacity for Joy
, July 02, 2014
To call Roger Ebert one of the great populist film critics is to damn him with faint praise. Though he took pride in working for the scrappier of... More>>
Fifty Years On, A Hard Day's Night Is Still Revelatory Fifty Years On, A Hard Day's Night Is Still Revelatory
, July 02, 2014
Let's get the obvious bit over with: The early days of the Beatles, as reflected in Richard Lester's ebullient shout of freedom A Hard Day's... More>>
Caroline Strubbe Directs Belgian Family Drama Lost Persons Area with Absorbing Tactility Caroline Strubbe Directs Belgian Family Drama Lost Persons Area with Absorbing Tactility
, July 02, 2014
Belgian writer-director Caroline Strubbe is less interested in narrative architecture than she is in collecting behavioral detail. Her debut... More>>
Gabrielle Is a Sensitive Second Feature From Pouise Archambault Gabrielle Is a Sensitive Second Feature From Pouise Archambault
, July 02, 2014
Pouise Archambault's sensitive second feature tells the story of Gabrielle (Gabrielle Marion-Rivard), a young woman with Williams syndrome who is... More>>
Wrinkles Is a Truly Gorgeous and Heartbreaking Story of Getting Old Wrinkles Is a Truly Gorgeous and Heartbreaking Story of Getting Old
, July 02, 2014
Ignacio Ferreras's traditionally animated Wrinkles is a beautiful, subtle horror movie about the rigors of old age, made all the more horrifying... More>>
The South Korean Han Gong-ju Hits Like an Elegant Gut-Punch The South Korean Han Gong-ju Hits Like an Elegant Gut-Punch
, July 02, 2014
South Korean writer-director Lee Su-jin's debut feature, Han Gong-ju, comes to the U.S. bearing a seal of approval from no less than Martin... More>>
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