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The September Issue Captures Vogue's Wintour at Her Peak The September Issue
Goodbye to all of that!
, August 25, 2009
When, in the early '00s, I worked as a freelancer for a publication two floors below Vogue—this was pre–Devil Wears Prada—each... More>>
Koreeda's Family Reunion, Still Walking Still Walking
Resentment and regret: the raw emotions of familial relations
, August 25, 2009
What's remarkable about Still Walking, Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda's seventh feature film and one every bit as sensitive as his previous... More>>
Whit Stillman Speaks Eleven Years After His Last Film Whit Stillman Speaks Eleven Years After His Last Film
Back in NY and . . . your guess is as good as ours
, August 25, 2009
Whit Stillman released his first movie in 1990. An undergraduate love story compressed into one holiday debutante season, Metropolitan presented... More>>
Ondi Timoner Doc We Live In Public Strokes Dot-Com Artist's Ego We Live in Public
Self-dubbed Internet genius gets his backup
, August 25, 2009
Documentarian Ondi Timoner lends her credulity and camera to swollen, damaged egos who believe themselves to be visionaries. We Live in Public... More>>
An Interview with Whit Stillman
The full transcript of our conversation with the recently returned director
, August 25, 2009
Hey, thanks for waiting, sorry to hold you up.  Oh, no problem whatsoever. Thanks for taking the time. The Voice was my first job. I got a... More>>
Taking Woodstock Recycles 60's Tropes Taking Woodstock
Who knew three days of peace & music would oppress us for 40 years? (Plus: this movie)
, August 25, 2009
“If you remember Woodstock, you probably weren’t there,” the expression goes. And if you were, can you please stop gassing on... More>>
Appearances as Reality in Big Fan Big Fan
, August 25, 2009
It takes considerable effort to make Darren Aronofsky seem like a model of restraint, but Robert Siegel pulls it off in Big Fan. Siegel's... More>>
Marc Feinberg's Poky Rom-Com Play the Game Play the Game
This Lifetime-ready comedy is hardly provocative—let alone perceptive, funny, or fresh
, August 25, 2009
In 2007, Waitress established that octogenarian TV legend Andy Griffith still had game as a sly charmer, but Marc Feinberg's poky rom-com does... More>>
The Final Destination: All Manner of Bodily Impalement and Dismemberment as Close as the Butter on Your Popcorn The Final Destination
The improbably long-running death-by-misadventure franchise continues
, August 25, 2009
Fatality lurks around every ceiling fan, shampoo bottle, and espresso machine in the fourth entry in New Line Cinema’s improbably... More>>
Rob Zombie Slums With Halloween II Rob Zombie Slums With Halloween II
, August 25, 2009
Serial killer Michael Myers, it turns out, has mother issues. In this disappointing sequel to his intense and much underrated 2007 remake of... More>>
At the Edge of the World At the Edge of the World
A documentary about the Sea Shepherds, an under-funded, unprotected volunteer group of nautical vigilantes
, August 25, 2009
With no nation willing to enforce a 1986 international agreement establishing Antarctica's Ross Sea as a mammal sanctuary, the Sea Shepherds, an... More>>
Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds Makes Holocaust Revisionism Fun Inglourious Basterds
, August 18, 2009
Energetic, inventive, swaggering fun, Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds is a consummate Hollywood entertainment—rich in fantasy and... More>>
'Yesterday's Angel: Natalie Wood' at Walter Reade 'Yesterday's Angel: Natalie Wood' at Walter Reade
Celebrating the actress's (not entirely angelic) splendor
, August 18, 2009
Only the most exceptional performer could appeal to sensibilities as disparate as those of homo-pornovateur Bruce LaBruce, who pays homage to... More>>
Spike Lee's Passing Strange on Film Passing Strange
, August 18, 2009
For those (like this critic) who missed singer-songwriter Stew's Tony-winning, autobiographical rock musical during its runs at the Public... More>>
Germany's Righteous Outlaws in The Baader Meinhof Complex The Baader Meinhof Complex
, August 18, 2009
Bernd Eichinger, who wrote and produced Downfall, is the force behind the film version of another German trauma, The Baader Meinhof Complex.... More>>
Robin Williams Doing Dark and World's Greatest Dad a Perfect Fit World's Greatest Dad
, August 18, 2009
Playing dark, Robin Williams has developed the burly insecurity and gargoyle frown of damned Edward G. Robinson in Fritz Lang's Scarlet Street.... More>>
Confessionsofa Ex-Doofus-ItchyFooted Mutha Confessionsofa Ex-Doofus-ItchyFooted Mutha
, August 18, 2009
In Melvin Van Peebles's homely home-video-art love-story curio, incorporating fragments of his 1982 stage musical Waltz of the Stork, the... More>>
Art & Copy, Doug Pray's Tribute to Ads Art and Copy
, August 18, 2009
Since his 1996 grunge-rock documentary Hype!, Doug Pray has become an even more adept assembler of polished images. And where else would that... More>>
Fifty Dead Men Walking As Close to Truth as Earth to Pluto Fifty Dead Men Walking
, August 18, 2009
Canadian writer-director Kari Skogland's slick, soapy procedural—an unreliable adaptation of former IRA informant Martin McGartland's... More>>
My One and Only For Those Who Still Swoon For George Hamilton My One and Only
, August 18, 2009
Your enjoyment of My One and Only will depend on how much the words "inspired by incidents in the life of actor and Hollywood icon George... More>>
X Games 3D: The Movie Tests Your Tolerance to Awesomeness X Games 3D: The Movie
, August 18, 2009
No one expects a film titled X Games 3D: The Movie to be The Hurt Locker of action-sports documentaries—i.e., a sober dissection of the... More>>
Casi Divas Hustles to Please Casi Divas
, August 18, 2009
Casi Divas, a none-too-clever but hustling-to-please Mexican comedy, concerns a diverse citizenship drawn together across dividing lines—of... More>>
Soggy Post Grad Misses More than One Mark Post Grad
, August 18, 2009
Post Grad tries to do three things at once—and half-hits the mark on only one. Part of it is wacky Little Miss Sunshine family time, with... More>>
Five Minutes of Heaven Frays Your Nerves Like Cheap Horror Flick Five Minutes of Heaven
, August 18, 2009
Guy Hibbert's novel-writing process for Five Minutes of Heaven is an interesting experiment. In 1975, Ulster Alistair Little killed Catholic Joe... More>>
Robert Rodriguez's CGI-Overload, Shorts Shorts
, August 18, 2009
Austin's rebel without a crew, Robert Rodriguez works in exactly two filmmaking modes: fast, cheap, genre violence (the El Mariachi trilogy, Sin... More>>
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