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A Guide to Recognizing Your Shrinks
Coming of age and coming out in the Me Decade
, October 10, 2006
"I guess it doesn't matter where I begin," reasons the adult narrator of Running With Scissors, the inevitable Oscar contender adapted from... More>>
'51 Birch Street'
, October 10, 2006
For 54 years, Mike and Mina Block made marriage look easy. Then, three months after Mina died suddenly of pneumonia, Mike moved in with Kitty,... More>>
, October 10, 2006
Conventioneers, shot by married filmmakers Mora Stephens and Joel Viertel in the thick of New York's 2004 Republican National Convention, is one... More>>
"Sleeping Dogs Lie'
, October 10, 2006
There is no point in keeping the major plot point a secret, since it's revealed in the very first 12 words: "My name is Amy, and yes, at college... More>>
'Sweet Land'
, October 10, 2006
A plot-driven Days of Heaven set mostly in rural Minnesota circa 1920, this gorgeously realized romance by first-time feature maker Ali Selim... More>>
'DOA: Dead or Alive'
, October 10, 2006
It's the time of year when most critics devote all their time to Important Cinema about war hurting people, or English people being uptight and... More>>
, October 10, 2006
One of the more improbable foreign-film blockbusters of recent years, the Brazilian City of God exposed the art-film audience's susceptibility... More>>
'Hair High'
, October 10, 2006
Less a send-up of Gothic melodrama than of late-'50s/early-'60s–style teen-death songs, Hair High starts from a simple enough story: Boy... More>>
, October 10, 2006
Using the same factual basis that inspired the recent courtroom shocker The Exorcism of Emily Rose, this quietly unnerving psychological study... More>>
, October 10, 2006
It takes a pristine gift for mediocrity to ruin Mary O'Hara's muscular children's novel about a wild boy and his wild horse, but director Michael... More>>
'The Grudge 2'
, October 10, 2006
The second Grudge movie is worlds better than The Ring 2, but it would seem that the trend toward American remakes of Japanese horror movies... More>>
'The Marine'
, October 10, 2006
WWE champion John Cena plays a marine so elite he can uncover Al Qaeda fortresses in Iraq, but as those who've seen him beat up Vince McMahon... More>>
French Confection French Confection
Sofia Coppola pays opulent tribute to the innocent boredom of a teen queen
, October 03, 2006
Drop-dead hip or cluelessly clueless? Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette, a candy-colored portrait of France's infamous teen queen, screening this... More>>
Collision Course
The grotesque spectacle of Terry Gilliam's kamikaze auteurism
, October 03, 2006
It hardly seems possible but Terry Gilliam's courageously repellent Tideland—the movie he reportedly abandoned The Brothers Grimm to... More>>
Devils in Disguise Devils in Disguise
A documentary portrait of a pedophile priest and his pious protectors
, October 03, 2006
Of all the hundreds of pedophile priests to be flushed out of the woodwork in recent Catholic Church history, Father Oliver O'Grady has to be one... More>>
Repeat Offender Repeat Offender
Slimmer in every sense, second Capote movie fails to improve on predecessor
, October 03, 2006
There is no way of sidestepping the issue, so why not jump right into it: Infamous, this year's retelling of how Truman Capote wound up in Kansas... More>>
Remembering Edward Said
, October 03, 2006
Makoto Sato's Out of Place: Memories of Edward Said, made after the Columbia scholar's death from leukemia in 2003, combines biography with... More>>
'Employee of the Month'
, October 03, 2006
Following an amusing supporting turn in the minimum-wage comedy Waiting, Dane Cook takes the lead in this similarly silly cinematic concoction,... More>>
'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning'
, October 03, 2006
When they say the Beginning, they really mean it: In producer Michael Bay's prequel to his 2003 remake of the 1974 horror classic, we flip back... More>>
'Frankenstein's Bloody Nightmare'
, October 03, 2006
This contemporary variation on the Mary Shelley myth features one Victor Karlstein (writer-director John R. Hand), a nervous young doctor... More>>
'Nearing Grace'
, October 03, 2006
That title's bad enough, but it gets worse when you realize that it's derived from two lead characters actually named Grace (Jordana Brewster)... More>>
'Ritchie Boys'
, October 03, 2006
The horror of war gets gently upstaged by the wit and wisdom of the vets interviewed in this solid WWII doc. The Ritchie Boys were mostly... More>>
, October 03, 2006
A case of provocative issues at the mercy of unskilled execution, Zerophilia is a psychological-horror comedy that pokes its toe into... More>>
'So Much So Fast'
, October 03, 2006
The neuromuscular affliction ALS (commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease) sentences the sufferer to a Cronenbergian nightmare: the eventual loss... More>>
'Man of the Year'
, October 03, 2006
Writer-director Barry Levinson's return to the political realm after 1997's Wag the Dog is no heroic comeback—far from it, even if it's... More>>
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