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'Steal Me'
, August 30, 2005
Whether it's the guitar-strum soundtrack, "lyrical" cornfield shots, or arrhythmic performances, Steal Me has at least one indie-film... More>>
'Edge Codes.com: The Art of Motion Picture Editing'
, August 30, 2005
A clip-heavy tour of the first century-plus of cinema, this lively, intelligent look at the art of film editing marshals sound bites from... More>>
'Kamikaze Girls'
, August 30, 2005
If you value plausibility in movies, skip Kamikaze Girls; this is the sort of picture where getting run over by a truck gives a character... More>>
'Touch the Sound'
, August 30, 2005
"There's sound everywhere—we just have to listen," Evelyn Glennie says in Touch the Sound, Thomas Riedelsheimer's portrait of the classical... More>>
'Transporter 2'
, August 30, 2005
Luc Besson used to be the promising young director of The Professional and The Fifth Element. Now he spends his days crafting paeans to the... More>>
'Walking on the Sky'
, August 30, 2005
Josh (Michael Knowles), a 30-year-old gallery owner, jumps from the roof of his Manhattan apartment building, and his six longtime best friends... More>>
'Côte d'Azur'
, August 30, 2005
A French family's seaside vacation is disrupted by repressed libidinal urges in Côte d'Azur, a sex comedy that is neither sexy nor funny... More>>
Cold Comfort Pharm Cold Comfort Pharm
Postcolonial detritus and pharmaceutical devilry dominate a mature le Carré adaptation
, August 23, 2005
Drawing on the John le Carré reservoir guarantees a face-smacking degree of literate sophistication, pander-free dialogue, and ethical... More>>
Dye Hard: A Technicolor Trip Into Hollywood Hallucinations Dye Hard: A Technicolor Trip Into Hollywood Hallucinations
, August 23, 2005
Writing during the early years of the talkie era, film theorist Rudolf Arnheim warned against the inevitable coming of "the complete film," in... More>>
View Finder View Finder
Man with a movie camera: Art imitates art in study of Eggleston's routines and color schemes
, August 23, 2005
As evidenced in Michael Almereyda's subtle, elegant documentary, William Eggleston is in no hurry. When shooting, the lanky Southerner saunters... More>>
Teenage Wasteland: Feisty Wordsmiths Bond in 'Banlieue' Tale Teenage Wasteland: Feisty Wordsmiths Bond in 'Banlieue' Tale
, August 23, 2005
Past and present ferociously head butt each other in Games of Love and Chance (L'Esquive), a French drama in which an insult like "Fuck you, you... More>>
Open Season Open Season
Fall brings hope of a brave New World and a historic Violence
, August 23, 2005
Last year at this time, the film-culture hoi polloi were busy amassing brickbats and storming the castle, hoping against hope that movies could... More>>
Slump Fiction
Hollywood's real moneymakers yet to come
, August 23, 2005
Everyone loves a crash-and-burn story, and the "box office slump" of 2005 has been the entertainment media's favorite train wreck, along with the... More>>
Do Look Back Do Look Back
A preview of the season's repertory highlights
, August 23, 2005
Never mind if the fall's new releases look a little spotty—the city's repertory houses are preparing for an abundant season, and in most... More>>
Coming Attractions Coming Attractions
The Fall's Top 10 Moviegoing Highlights
, August 23, 2005
1 A History of Violence [opens September 23] Tense and disconcerting, David Cronenberg's latest masterwork is a brilliantly directed... More>>
'Margaret Cho: The Assassin Tour'
, August 23, 2005
Bisexual Korean American comedian Margaret Cho continues to damage the struggle of bisexual Korean American comedians fighting for the right to... More>>
'Mind Game'
, August 23, 2005
A virtuoso narrative loop-the-loop that travels through a phantasmagoric catalog of animation styles, Mind Game is not just one of the most... More>>
Modest Monster Movie Scores With Humble Craftsmanship Modest Monster Movie Scores With Humble Craftsmanship
, August 23, 2005
Spare and single-minded, The Cave is an insistently entertaining piece of pulp. Dispensing with backstory in the credit sequence, it barrels... More>>
'9/11/03: A Day in the Life of New York'
, August 23, 2005
Ostensibly a grave reckoning with the way we live now, 9/11/03 is mostly excerpts of a dinner NYU president John Sexton hosted on the titular... More>>
'New York Korean Film Festival 2005'
, August 23, 2005
A thinner, lighter, and more homogenized sampling of Asia's ongoing favorite New Wave than we've grown used to from previous Subway... More>>
'Underclassman'
, August 23, 2005
Nope! I'm sorry, this won't do—not the murder-drug-bust plot, not the criminally pabulum high school "antics," not even Tracy "Tre" Stokes,... More>>
'Undiscovered'
, August 23, 2005
A PG-13 dramedy set in L.A. about some attractive, way-too-earnest aspiring stars has the potential to be a delectable good-bad favorite, but... More>>
PG-Fiji: A Pacific Whim Leads to a Remote Movie Theater
, August 16, 2005
For more than two decades, John Pierson and his wife and longtime business partner Janet Pierson have worked diligently behind the scenes of the... More>>
Lore Brothers Lore Brothers
Gilliam mines the fear and loathing in Napoleonic Prussia for fantastic cartoon-Gothic fun
, August 16, 2005
Either you're a schnook for what we can call the Nicholas Meyer Conceit—pace The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, ironically commingling historical... More>>
Beyond Borders: Disturbing Doc Tracks West Bank Barrier Beyond Borders: Disturbing Doc Tracks West Bank Barrier
, August 16, 2005
"Something there is that does not love a wall," the poet Robert Frost famously noted. Simone Bitton would probably call that thing humanity. Her... More>>
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