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ND/NF: So Yong Kim Knows What It Feels Like For a Girl ND/NF: So Yong Kim Knows What It Feels Like For a Girl
, March 25, 2009
No director working today captures girlhood better than So Yong Kim. Her debut film, 2006's dreamy, melancholic In Between Days, focuses on... More>>
ND/NF: Sophie Barthes Has a Chickpea For Your Soul ND/NF: Sophie Barthes Has a Chickpea For Your Soul
, March 25, 2009
Sophie Barthes is nothing like Charlie Kaufman. For one, the East Village–based director of Cold Souls, a surrealist melancholy romp that's... More>>
ND/NF: Louis Psihoyos Must Save the Dolphins ND/NF: Louis Psihoyos Must Save the Dolphins
, March 25, 2009
The Cove is Louis Psihoyos's documentary indictment of the Japanese dolphin trade, in which the mammals are herded—the preferred sold to... More>>
DreamWorks, In Your Face: The 3-D Majesty of Monsters vs. Aliens Monsters vs. Aliens
In this latest round of effects vs. storytelling, effects win. Big.
, March 25, 2009
At the end of 2008, DreamWorks Animation bossman Jeffrey Katzenberg embarked on a cross-country tour, toting 20 minutes’ worth of Monsters... More>>
Ramin Bahrani's Quietly Profound Goodbye Solo Goodbye Solo
Taxicab Confessions this isn't.
, March 25, 2009
At 73, the Memphis-born actor, stuntman, former U.S. Marine, and Golden Gloves boxer Red West has the stoic, leathery repose of a barfly on a... More>>
Hollis Frampton at Anthology: Here, There, Everywhere Hollis Frampton at Anthology: Here, There, Everywhere
, March 25, 2009
The most cerebral of those New York City–based avant-garde artists who came to (relative) prominence in the late '60s and were given the... More>>
'Jules Dassin Tribute' at Film Forum: Duty-Bound Righteousness, Baggy-Pants Broadness 'Jules Dassin Tribute'
, March 25, 2009
Ages ago, Jules Dassin was acting in politicized New York Yiddish theater—later playing opposite wife Melina Mercouri in 1960's Never on... More>>
The XXX Playpens of American Swing American Swing
, March 25, 2009
A het-humping parallel to 2005's Gay Sex in the 70s, Matthew Kaufman and Jon Hart's doc on Larry Levenson's raunchy hideaway, Plato's Retreat,... More>>
12 Rounds
, March 25, 2009
Renny Harlin has an unjustly terrible reputation, but with the right material (Deep Blue Sea, Mindhunters), he's very good at delivering stylish,... More>>
Paul H-O's Bumptious Guest of Cindy Sherman Guest of Cindy Sherman
, March 25, 2009
It's not hard to see why artist Cindy Sherman would give the old "no comment" to this bumptious account by her former boyfriend, Paul H-O (with... More>>
The Haunting in Connecticut: A Laughably Hokey Hand-Wringer The Haunting in Connecticut
, March 25, 2009
There's no rest for the dead—or the living—in this laughably hokey haunted-house hand-wringer based on yet another Amityville-style... More>>
Emmanuel Mouret's Shall We Kiss? Shall We Kiss?
, March 25, 2009
If they're French, even dweebs get to lounge around tastefully beige Paris interiors, clutching long-stemmed glasses of Merlot while discussing... More>>
The Country Teacher's Coming-Out Story The Country Teacher
, March 25, 2009
The solemn new addition to the tiny elementary school faculty in a rural Czech outpost gets off to a heavily symbolic start by turning his pupils... More>>
The Education of Charlie Banks: Fred Durst's Second Film?!? The Education of Charlie Banks
, March 25, 2009
While Fred Durst's name triggers automatic sniggering, it turns out he's not a God-awful director. His second film—the doggedly uninspiring... More>>
Matthew Crouch’s The Cross
, March 25, 2009
Imagine what an inquisitive filmmaker like Errol Morris or Werner Herzog could have done with the peculiar true-life story of Los Angeles... More>>
Director Mark Brokaw's Flat Spinning Into Butter Director Mark Brokaw's Flat Spinning Into Butter
, March 25, 2009
At an elite Vermont college, a self-identifying Nuyorican student (Victor Rasuk) fumes over having to identify himself as Hispanic to receive his... More>>
The Perfect Sleep: Dutiful Homage and Snarky Send-Up The Perfect Sleep
, March 25, 2009
An ungainly fusion of dutiful homage and snarky send-up, The Perfect Sleep steeps itself in the trappings of film noir while tripping over itself... More>>
The Excruciating Details of Death-by-Starvation in Hunger The Excruciating Details of Death-by-Starvation in Hunger
, March 18, 2009
Established artists who've made mid-career leaps from gallery to movie house have not easily found their footing. Julian Schnabel's first feature... More>>
Spring Guide: Steven Soderbergh's The Girlfriend Experience Tries to Turn a Porn Star Legit Spring Guide: Steven Soderbergh's The Girlfriend Experience Tries to Turn a Porn Star Legit
, March 18, 2009
Has the sinking economy driven Steven Soderbergh to direct pornos? Not quite, though his latest non-studio feature, The Girlfriend Experience,... More>>
Michel Auder's Feature The Feature
, March 18, 2009
Video artist Michel Auder also goes long-form with his three-hour memoir, The Feature. The diary film is solipsistic by nature. Some... More>>
Stylish but Shallow, Valentino: The Last Emperor Is a Fashion Don't Valentino: The Last Emperor
, March 18, 2009
"I love beauty—it's not my fault," the perpetually orange, shellacked septuagenarian Valentino sniffs to reporters backstage at his spring... More>>
The Films of Robert Mulligan at Walter Reade
, March 18, 2009
The Nickel Ride is a seldom-seen drama of white-collar workaday criminal drudgery to make you believe the best of '70s cinema will never fully be... More>>
Tony Gilroy's (Heretofore Unseen) Expert Light Touch in Duplicity Duplicity
, March 18, 2009
Whether it's the amnesiac super-spy of the Bourne franchise or the weary law-firm fixer of Michael Clayton, Tony Gilroy specializes in characters... More>>
I Love You Man Reaches Bromantic Comedy's Greatest Heights I Love You Man
, March 18, 2009
Just as we thought the "bromantic comedy" had overstayed its welcome, the genre reaches its highest point with I Love You, Man. The subtext is... More>>
Hearts and Minds
, March 18, 2009
Like a golem summoned out of a thousand Swift Boat accusations and our latest quagmire overseas, Peter Davis's landmark 1974 documentary rises... More>>
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