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'Poster Boy'
, August 08, 2006
Henry Kray is a gay student at a fictional private college in New York. His freedom to be as miserably self-involved and openly sexually active... More>>
'Step Up'
, August 08, 2006
Borrowing heavily from predecessors like Fame and Save the Last Dance, choreographer- turned-director Anne "Mama" Fletcher has made a dance... More>>
, August 08, 2006
Nearly devoid of exposition, this highly original 2002 feature from Dutch filmmaker Paula van der Oest begins with two seemingly unrelated... More>>
'Rocky Road to Dublin'
, August 08, 2006
After writing a series of exposés about church domination of life in Ireland for The Guardian during the late '60s, Peter Lennon, living... More>>
'Trust the Man'
, August 08, 2006
David Duchovny and Julianne Moore play a married couple on the downside of their vows. He's a former ad man who's now a stay-at-home daddy, and... More>>
Good Soldiers Good Soldiers
A restrained Oliver Stone redeems an epoch-defining disaster—and rehabilitates himself
, August 01, 2006
Oliver Stone's World Trade Center lands today—its title as emphatic and its subject as world historical as any movie since Stone weighed in... More>>
Mixed Nuts
The last true surrealist peers in the mouth of madness
, August 01, 2006
Connoisseurs of the disgustingly visceral will find Jan Svankmajer hardly mellowed at 72. Lunacy is dark, scary, and yucky—even by the... More>>
A Schoolteacher Darkly A Schoolteacher Darkly
Old-school indie turns the inspirational classroom drama inside out
, August 01, 2006
Even curriculum-clutchers might rather leave a child behind than let her learn from Half Nelson's Mr. Dunne (Ryan Gosling), a Brooklyn... More>>
Fakes on a Plane Fakes on a Plane
Conspiracy buffs craft their own online WTC movies
, August 01, 2006
Oliver Stone and Paramount are intent on getting out the message that World Trade Center doesn't traffic in fringy speculations about the 9-11... More>>
A Tale of Two Pedros A Tale of Two Pedros
An Almodóvar retrospective plays it safe and irons out the kinks
, August 01, 2006
"The best of" Almodóvar raises some questions—namely, which Almodóvar? The Pedro gloriously festivaled and happily familiar... More>>
Back to the Future
Lush fantasy retro uncovers Soviet alien history
, August 01, 2006
This is why we have retro houses— to unleash, amid the handful of multiplex-squatting gargantua Hollywood overmanufactures for summer, the... More>>
Pillow Talk Pillow Talk
, August 01, 2006
Like Ozu's consideration of the seasons and Kieslowski's meditation on the Commandments, Rohmer's famous anti-romance cycle comes into its own... More>>
Micro-thriller a Blockbuster at Heart
, August 01, 2006
A paragon of guerrilla resourcefulness, Ian Gamazon and Neill Dela Llana's micro-thriller is a more anxious and vivid experience than most movies... More>>
Transaction Film
, August 01, 2006
An infant is born into this world. His parents are homeless minors. The father, Bruno (Jérémie Renier), a feckless hand-to-mouth... More>>
Rack Focus
, August 01, 2006
Don't Come Knocking (Sony) Wim Wenders revisits the setting (the American Southwest) and screenwriter (Sam Shepard) of his Paris, Texas with this... More>>
'The House of Sand'
, August 01, 2006
Set in the Maranhão desert of northern Brazil and spanning six decades (from 1910), Andrucha Waddington's admirably pretentious epic of... More>>
"Conversations With Other Women'
, August 01, 2006
Not quite drama, not quite comedy, not quite romance, this gossamer first feature by Hans Canosa is one of those seemingly wafer-thin chamber... More>>
'Calvaire (The Ordeal)'
, August 01, 2006
Swoon over 75-percent-cocoa chocolate and corked blond ale all you want, nobody ever said the Belgians couldn't make perfectly mediocre genre... More>>
'Satellite' 'Satellite'
, August 01, 2006
Satellite's two vapid protagonists, Kevin (Karl Geary) and Ro (Stephanie Szostak), fall instantly in love, dare each other to quit their jobs,... More>>
, August 01, 2006
Regional indie cinema, at least of the American variety, has deservedly gotten a bad rap in recent years. First-timer Matthew Porterfield's ... More>>
'Waltzing Anna'
, August 01, 2006
You can despise the shabby care given in cut-rate assisted-living facilities, you can bemoan the lack of substantial films either about or for... More>>
'The Trouble With Men and Women'
, August 01, 2006
It's a boring title, and the premise is far from fascinating—lovelorn Matt (Joseph McFadden) is abandoned by his girlfriend and searches... More>>
Twin Peaks Twin Peaks
The season's smartest double bill is a match made in heaven and hell
, July 25, 2006
The desire to couple movies most likely derives from the Depression-era gimmick of the double feature. The imperative, though, is much more than... More>>
For Those About to Doc
Rock and roll as a cause, a cage, and a job
, July 25, 2006
Rockers are often prisoners in the Walter Reade's music doc fest. Martin Scorsese's 2005 Dylan special for PBS, No Direction Home, gets a... More>>
Downward Mobility Downward Mobility
Brit movie brat takes the B horror movie where it deserves to go
, July 25, 2006
The old Lucas/Spielberg stunt of turning B-movie peekaboos into E-ticket thrill rides remains the industry standard—to the virtual exclusion... More>>
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