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Angels & Demons Has a Need for Speed Angels & Demons
, May 13, 2009
At the tail end of The Da Vinci Code, having traipsed around scenic Paris and London for more than two hours to find out whether the Holy Grail... More>>
Ken Jacobs Returns to Edison with 3-D Specs in Anaglyph Tom Anaglyph Tom
, May 13, 2009
It seems only fitting that in the same year Jeffrey Katzenberg proclaimed 3-D to be the savior of big-screen moviegoing, that tireless celluloid... More>>
Big Man Japan Goofs on Monster Movie with Low-Comic Grotesques Big Man Japan
, May 13, 2009
Hitoshi Matsumoto, one-half a legendary Japanese comic duo, debuts as big-screen director/star with this goof on the rubber monster movie line,... More>>
The Films of Sergei Loznitsa at Anthology The Films of Sergei Loznitsa at Anthology
, May 13, 2009
Anthology Film Archives' Sergei Loznitsa series concentrates on the Russian filmmaker's compilation documentaries. His 2008's... More>>
Marlene Rhein's Self-Involved Big Shot-Caller The Big Shot-Caller
, May 13, 2009
Marlene Rhein's limp, self-mythologizing debut was "inspired by true events," the opening credit boldly shimmers, as if trying to deepen its... More>>
No Success Like Failure for Bernal and Luna in Rudo y Cursi Rudo y Cursi
, May 06, 2009
Not quite The Further Adventures of Cain & Abel, the second coming of Beavis & Butt-Head, King Kong vs. Godzilla Redux, or Peyton Meets Eli, but... More>>
Audience of One's Greatest Folly Is Its Filmmaker Audience of One
, May 06, 2009
Michael Jacobs's Audience of One belongs to a particular nonfiction genre—the docu-exploitation of a spectacularly miscarried movie.... More>>
J.J. Abrams's Star Trek Star Trek
Proof that a franchise can live long and prosper
, May 06, 2009
It's difficult for this long-time Trekkie to review J.J. Abrams's relaunching of the U.S.S. Enterprise. It's difficult to dispassionately dole... More>>
Freak Show: Tod Browning Festival at Film Forum Freak Show: Tod Browning Festival at Film Forum
In praise of a carnie king
, May 06, 2009
Warm-weather good vibrations threaten New York City—as an antidote, every Monday for the next five weeks, the Film Forum is offering Tod... More>>
Andy Warhol's Other Coast at MOMA Andy Warhol's Other Coast at MOMA
, May 06, 2009
The Cine Phile Andy Warhol, Man of the West—why not? The 11 Warhol productions showing through June at the Museum of Modern Art, in... More>>
Kirby Dick's Outrage Outs Closeted Pols and the Media that Protect Them Outrage
, May 06, 2009
Director Kirby Dick doesn't actually stick his camera under any Capitol Hill bathroom stalls in the new documentary Outrage, but his goal is more... More>>
Tilda Swinton Devours Julia Julia
, May 06, 2009
Tilda Swinton doesn't merely act the title role in French director Erick Zonca's Julia—she devours it, spits it back up, dances giddily... More>>
Adoration Close in Form to Egoyan's Early Work Adoration
, May 06, 2009
Atom Egoyan's 12th feature film offers a typically kaleidoscopic rumination on voyeurism, videography, the relative nature of truth, and the... More>>
Hustwit's Objectified Also Fetishizes Objectified
, May 06, 2009
Whether you've pulled this week's Voice out of a kiosk or you're reading this online in your (hopefully) ergonomic computer chair, chances are... More>>
Little Ashes Is Pattinson's Attempt to Expand Past Twilight Fan Base Little Ashes
, May 06, 2009
Hoping to expand his fan base beyond Twilight-loving tween girls to Chelsea twinks, alabaster beauty Robert Pattinson plays bi-curious Salvador... More>>
Victory in Fighting at All for Farmers of The Garden The Garden
, May 06, 2009
The power of Scott Hamilton Kennedy's 2002 documentary OT: Our Town lay in the way Kennedy unobtrusively captured the racial tensions at... More>>
Benny Boom's Next Day Air Benny Boom's Next Day Air
, May 06, 2009
Benny Boom built his reputation directing music videos and commercials, and his first feature, Next Day Air, falls somewhere between the... More>>
Flower in the Pocket Requires an NPR Tote for a Brain Flower in the Pocket
, May 06, 2009
Not showing anything like an authorial personality means never having to say you're sorry. Lazy "realism" is even good for an award or two on the... More>>
The Window Scrupulously Surveys the End of a Life The Window
, May 06, 2009
"We'll see how it is after all this time," says world-renowned concert pianist Pablo (Jorge Díez) as he uncorks the vintage bottle of... More>>
Have to Deal With Rest of Powder Blue to See Jessica Biel's Tits Powder Blue
, May 06, 2009
Pre-release discussion of Powder Blue focused exclusively on the burning question of whether Jessica Biel—playing what the press kit... More>>
Right Wing Bloggers Agree: Brothers at War First Worthwhile Iraq Doc Brothers At War
, May 06, 2009
"I always wanted to go to war," novice documentarian Jake Rademacher announces at the start of Brothers at War. It's presumably that kind of... More>>
Soderbergh's Girlfriend Experience Porn-Star Is a True Character The Girlfriend Experience
, April 29, 2009
Steven Soderbergh has no particular stylistic signature and one of the most uneven oeuvres imaginable. But he does have interests. The essence of... More>>
Jarmusch's Mythic Limits of Control His Best Since Dead Man The Limits of Control
, April 29, 2009
Jim Jarmusch is a model of stylistic consistency who emerged as a full-blown talent and erupts once a decade—Stranger Than Paradise in the... More>>
"The Late Film" at BAM "The Late Film" at BAM
Directors in the twilight of their careers
, April 29, 2009
An exclusive program of filmmakers' late-in-life films seems counterintuitive at first. Conventional wisdom says that in careers not streamlined... More>>
Crime and Punishment in the Elegant Thriller Revanche Revanche
, April 29, 2009
An unidentified object sends ripples across the surface of a lake at the start of Götz Spielmann's Revanche, and in the two hours it takes... More>>
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