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The Windmill Movie Resurrects a Filmmaker's Fragments from Beyond Grave The Windmill Movie
, June 17, 2009
If an obscenely privileged person has the good sense to apologize for his whining, does this self-awareness make the pity party any more... More>>
Zombie/Nazi Flick Dead Snow the Year's Gooiest Dead Snow
, June 17, 2009
Dude, that's not a regular zombie biting your neck, it's a Nazi zombie! Which means that the flesh-eaters in Dead Snow are better dressed than... More>>
Brighton Rock
, June 17, 2009
If nothing else, 1947's Brighton Rock marked the first time Graham Greene was pleased by an on-screen rendition of his work—but it's much... More>>
Sandra Bullock's The Proposal, HBO Instaclassic The Proposal
, June 17, 2009
Starring Sandra Bullock as the publishing-house boss who blackmails her assistant, played by Ryan Reynolds, into marrying her, lest she face... More>>
The Narrows Plays Name-that-New-York-Crime-Drama The Narrows
, June 17, 2009
Tatiana Blackington's screenplay may have been adapted from Tim McLoughlin's 2001 novel Heart of the Old Country, but director François A.... More>>
Papa Coppola's Tetro Returns, Successfully, to the Family Saga Tetro
, June 10, 2009
As Tetro, Francis Ford Coppola's baroque genealogical melodrama, reaches its appropriately hysterical denouement, Vincent Gallo fixes his pale... More>>
Bowie's Kid Makes Moon, a Space Oddity Moon
And Sam Rockwell thinks he'll blow our minds
, June 10, 2009
Moon, directed by British advert tyro Duncan Jones, is a modest science fiction film with major aspirations—and even its own genealogical... More>>
Truth and Tragedy at "Human Rights Watch 2009" Festival Truth and Tragedy at "Human Rights Watch 2009" Festival
, June 10, 2009
Bombs fall from the skies above Lebanon like metallic raindrops, tearing people to pieces and families apart. In Afghanistan, music fills the air... More>>
Blood on Tracks in Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3
In this subway series, the original Pelham wins
, June 10, 2009
Want to know how a city works? Start by watching 1974's The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, a primer in which subway hijackers test how long... More>>
Dying to Eat in Food Inc. Food, Inc.
Doc to America's food industry:  You're killing us!
, June 10, 2009
Anyone who has read The Omnivore's Dilemma or Fast Food Nation will experience a strong sense of déjà vu as the film Food, Inc.... More>>
Imagine That Survives Off Eddie Murphy and Poop Jokes Imagine That
, June 10, 2009
Eddie Murphy is a Denver investment consultant, Evan, with a workaholic schedule that leaves little space for his seven-year-old daughter, Olivia... More>>
Blast! Too Flat For Its Own Good Blast!
, June 10, 2009
Werner Herzog's five-year renaissance through man-versus-nature documentaries has trained one to expect Sturm und Drang mysticism and directorial... More>>
Don't Forget Beineix: Betty Blue at Cinema Village Betty Blue: The Director's Cut
, June 10, 2009
Though he hasn't made a film since 2001, New York art houses are ensuring we don't forget "cinéma du look" architect Jean-Jacques Beineix:... More>>
Sex Positive Traces Early Days of a Pandemic Sex Positive
, June 10, 2009
First-time filmmaker Daryl Wein wasn't even born when AIDS was first recognized by the CDC in 1981, but his documentary on Richard Berkowitz, one... More>>
Cavalier's Nervy Le combat dans l'ile a Dizzying Array of Dialectics Le combat dans l'ile
, June 10, 2009
Best known in the U.S. for his bracingly Brechtian, pre-Dogville Thérèse (a 1986 staging of the life of St. Thérèse... More>>
Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love Plays Like Concert Footage with Too Much Talking Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love
, June 10, 2009
Senegalese superstar Youssou N'Dour can't have expected his 2004 album Egypt—proudly devout, musically uncharacteristic, and released... More>>
A Chinese Factory Reborn as Condo Heaven in 24 City 24 City
And a Lama reincarnate in Unmistaken Child
, June 03, 2009
Jia Zhangke is one of the world's preeminent filmmakers, an essentially contemplative director whose considerable talent is further amplified by... More>>
A Conversation with Francis Ford Coppola A Conversation with Francis Ford Coppola
On film (it's over), critics (can be lazy), and marriage (it's tough to be his wife)
, June 03, 2009
Out from under the $25 million debt incurred from self-financing Apocalypse Now and One From the Heart, and so no longer seduced by Hollywood... More>>
Dave Eggers's Away We Go a Work of Staggering Something Away We Go
, June 03, 2009
Midway through A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius, Dave Eggers's solipsistic, terminally-apologetic-for-being-solipsistic... More>>
Peter Pans Head for the Strip in Todd Phillips's The Hangover The Hangover
, June 03, 2009
What Fletch was to plaid-checked watercooler wits in the '80s, what National Lampoon's Van Wilder was to college-bound douches at the dawn of... More>>
The Films of Rosa von Praunheim at Anthology The Films of Rosa von Praunheim at Anthology
He's queer! He's here! (In N.Y.!)
, June 03, 2009
Jump-starting Gay Pride Month, Anthology's 12-film tribute to Rosa von Praunheim, Germany's chief lavender menace, will render the... More>>
Tennessee Tunes in to its Beaten-Down Characters Tennessee
, June 03, 2009
Fourteen years after they fled their abusive father, brothers Carter (Adam Rothenberg) and Ellis (Ethan Peck) drive from New Mexico to Tennessee... More>>
NewFest 2009 Offers Identity Reflected and Refracted by Film NewFest 2009 Offers Identity Reflected and Refracted by Film
, June 03, 2009
Twenty-one years young, NewFest returns with another round of more of the same—which is to say, a lineup rife with Queer as... More>>
Meet Herb and Dorothy, Mascots and Great Collectors of the Art World Herb and Dorothy
, June 03, 2009
Chuck Close calls them the mascots of the art world. Christo and Jeanne-Claude once offered them a drawing in exchange for taking care of their... More>>
True Escapism in The Moon and the Sledgehammer The Moon and the Sledgehammer
, June 03, 2009
True escapism this summer is to be found with the Page family in Philip Trevelyan's 1970 steam-engine idyll-doc. Seventysomething Dad, in suit... More>>
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