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One Day, You'll Understand One Day, You'll Understand
, October 29, 2008
Jeanne Moreau's remarkable face has been carrying movies both great and not so much for the past 60 years. Amos Gitai's latest falls into the... More>>
Hiroshi Teshigahara's Antonio Gaudí at Film Forum Antonio Gaudi
, October 29, 2008
Japanese master Hiroshi Teshigahara (Woman in the Dunes) made this unguided 1984 tour of the Modernismo architect's iconic Barcelona... More>>
Angelina Jolie Suffers For Us All in Changeling; Zinedine Zidane Watches a Good Game in A 21st Century Portrait Angelina Jolie Suffers For Us All in Changeling; Zinedine Zidane Watches a Good Game in A 21st Century Portrait
I think icon
, October 22, 2008
Some images aspire to be something beyond just images. They seek to become objects of veneration: icons. Angelina Jolie, as she appears in Clint... More>>
Art Imitates Life Imitating Art in Charlie Kaufman's Synecdoche, New York Synecdoche, New York
The world is a stage
, October 22, 2008
If you traveled the length of John Malkovich's medulla oblongata, hung a sharp left at the desk where Beckett's Krapp recorded his last tape, and... More>>
Kristin Scott Thomas Shines as a Child Killer in I've Loved You So Long I've Loved You So Long
Monster Mom: middlebrow French melodrama
, October 22, 2008
Kristin Scott Thomas has gotten so locked into playing tragic victims or frigid grandes dames that few remember the actress got her big break as... More>>
Ed Norton, Colin Farrell and Jon Voight are the Usual Suspects in Pride and Glory Pride and Glory
Spilling the beans, with 120 minutes to go
, October 22, 2008
Ed Norton is Ray Tierney, a good cop whose scar on his left cheek suggests deeper damage caused by a shooting two years ago that's left him... More>>
Let the Right One In: a Vampire Movie About Alienation and Love Let the Right One In
, October 22, 2008
This lucid Swedish indie gem, adapted for the screen by John Ajvide Lindqvist from his novel and directed with imagination and restraint by Tomas... More>>
Ben X the Best Teen Movie Since Donnie Darko Ben X
, October 22, 2008
The best movie I've seen about teen angst since Donnie Darko comes from Belgium? It's also the best film about a bullied teen with Asperger's... More>>
News From Home/News From House is the Latest in Amos Gitai's Documentary Series News From Home/News From House
, October 22, 2008
News From Home/News From House is the 2006 installment in Amos Gitai's documentary series that also includes House (1980) and A House in... More>>
The Universe of Keith Haring The Universe of Keith Haring
, October 22, 2008
Equally a portrait of the artist and a portrait of a decade, this celebratory documentary makes the short, accelerated life of Keith Haring... More>>
Saving Marriage Saving Marriage
, October 22, 2008
Come November 4, Californians will punch their ballot for or against an amendment to the state constitution entitled "Eliminates Rights of... More>>
The Pleasantly Corny Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun is Also Absolutely Irrelevant Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun
, October 22, 2008
Having already been a novel, radio play, movie (famously excerpted by Metallica for the "One" video), and one-man stage show, it's hard to know... More>>
The Gay Bed & Breakfast of Terror The Gay Bed & Breakfast of Terror
, October 22, 2008
The Gay Bed & Breakfast of Terror delivers on its title, with less subtlety. An opening musical number entitled "Watch Out for the Straights!"... More>>
Fear(s) of the Dark
, October 22, 2008
While some may snicker at "graphic novel" as a term for comic books that take themselves too seriously, the French analogue—bande... More>>
Stranded: I've Come From a Plane That Crashed on the Mountains Stranded: I've Come From a Plane That Crashed on the Mountains
, October 22, 2008
Stranded is the rare movie less complex and interesting than its press kit. In revisiting the story of the Uruguayan soccer team that crashed in... More>>
Anti-Communist Polemic The Soviet Story Cuts and Pastes from History The Soviet Story
, October 22, 2008
Stalin may be enjoying a sinister revival in Putin's Russia, but not everyone associated with the former Soviet Union is amused. This pungently... More>>
Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom
, October 22, 2008
Modeled heavily on Sex and the City (problem #1) and set in West Hollywood (problem #2), the cancelled Noah's Arc cable series followed the... More>>
The Last Monster Franchise: Creature Feature: 50 Years of the Gill-Man Creature Feature: 50 Years of the Gill-Man
, October 22, 2008
In 1954, Creature From the Black Lagoon successfully launched one of the last Universal Monsters franchises: the Gill-Man. It was the film that... More>>
Brillante Mendoza's Scrappy Tirador (Slingshot) is His Second Feature in One Year Tirador (Slingshot)
, October 22, 2008
Can't-stop-won't-stop Filipino director Brillante Mendoza lets his voluminous storytelling urges run amok in this abject slum roundelay, an ADD... More>>
Film-Noir Snow Globe: John Moore’s Max Payne Max Payne
, October 22, 2008
If Oscars were handed out for fake snow, director John Moore’s bleary, dreary, sub–Sin City big-screen video game would clean up like... More>>
Run For Your Life
, October 22, 2008
Founder of the New York City Marathon and trailblazer for legions of Central Park joggers, the late Fred Lebow brought an eclectic pastime from... More>>
High School Musical 3: Senior Year
, October 22, 2008
My child made me promise I wouldn’t come on all ’60s-righteous about this one, and Lord knows how I’ve tried to focus on the... More>>
Roadside Romeo
, October 22, 2008
It feels like the perfect time to be writing about Bollywood. Hardly a week goes by without some brazen new act of synergy being committed, like... More>>
Oliver Stone Assigns Motive to Dubya's M.O. In W. W.
But at this point, who cares? (Other than Josh Brolin.)
, October 15, 2008
W. may be less frenzied than the usual Oliver Stone sensory bombardment, but in revisiting the early '00s by way of the late '60s, this... More>>
Twists of faith
, October 15, 2008
That rough beast slouching into town for a week's run at Anthology Film Archives is Abel Ferrara's 2005 Mary—an anguished metaphysical... More>>
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