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Zombie Drama Maggie Gives Arnold a Chance to Act Zombie Drama Maggie Gives Arnold a Chance to Act
, May 06, 2015
While zombie drama Maggie seems intended as a showcase for Arnold Schwarzenegger's acting range, the star's performance is smothered by the... More>>
Indie Drama Bravetown Sends an NYC DJ to the Hinterlands Indie Drama Bravetown Sends an NYC DJ to the Hinterlands
, May 06, 2015
Daniel Duran's Bravetown is a textbook example of substance-over-style success: Aside from a showy opening (a tracking shot that snakes through a... More>>
Not Even Diane Keaton Can Save 5 Flights Up Not Even Diane Keaton Can Save 5 Flights Up
, May 06, 2015
You needn't have ever lived in New York City to know what to expect from movies based in the Big Apple: namely, the love-hate relationship... More>>
Preggoland Proves a Woman-Child Comedy Isn't Any Better Than a Man-Child One Preggoland Proves a Woman-Child Comedy Isn't Any Better Than a Man-Child One
, May 06, 2015
Hungover, swigging from a cellphone-shaped flask, and not properly reverential toward the sanctity of motherhood, thirtysomething Ruth (Sonja... More>>
1001 Grams Is a Strong Romantic Drama About Science 1001 Grams Is a Strong Romantic Drama About Science
, May 06, 2015
Deeply ambitious, Bent Hamer's 1001 Grams deserves recognition for pure nerve. Earning its place in the Gutsy Premises Hall of Fame, it's a... More>>
Spiritual Doc Hannah Makes an Adventure of Buddhism's Spread to the West Spiritual Doc Hannah Makes an Adventure of Buddhism's Spread to the West
, May 06, 2015
In 1968, when Westerners were traveling en masse to India, seeking enlightenment or the tokens thereof, a young Danish woman named Hannah Nydahl... More>>
There's Actually a Movie Called The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared There's Actually a Movie Called The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared
, May 06, 2015
Morbid and droll in the manner of several other recent Scandinavian exports, The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared... More>>
In Playing It Cool, Chris Evans Proves He's Hollywood's Most Charming Leading Man In Playing It Cool, Chris Evans Proves He's Hollywood's Most Charming Leading Man
, May 06, 2015
Rom-com formula is given an exuberant meta-kitchen-sink overhaul in Playing It Cool, about a screenwriter (Chris Evans) who doesn't believe in... More>>
Inspiring Biopic Noble Actually Lives Up to Its Name Inspiring Biopic Noble Actually Lives Up to Its Name
, May 06, 2015
The problem with inspirational biopics is keeping the person at the center of the story relatable and realistic rather than deifying them.... More>>
J.K. Rowling's The Casual Vacancy Makes a Successful Leap to the Small Screen J.K. Rowling's The Casual Vacancy Makes a Successful Leap to the Small Screen
, April 29, 2015
Author J.K. Rowling's rags-to-riches biography is arguably better known than her most famous creation, Harry Potter. As the oft-repeated origin... More>>
Why Avengers: Age of Ultron Fills This Buffy Fan With Despair Why Avengers: Age of Ultron Fills This Buffy Fan With Despair
, April 29, 2015
Depending on whom you talk to, we live in an era of conformity or one of anything-goes individuality; in a golden age of television or the... More>>
Kristen Wiig Is a Crackpot Oprah in Welcome to Me Kristen Wiig Is a Crackpot Oprah in Welcome to Me
, April 29, 2015
One of Kristen Wiig's finest moments as a movie star is a throwaway bit of shamed silent morning-after comedy: Her Bridesmaids character is... More>>
Far From the Madding Crowd Means Well but Sells Its Heroine Short Far From the Madding Crowd Means Well but Sells Its Heroine Short
, April 29, 2015
Though it’s hard to believe in 2015, there was a time when fictional heroines didn’t have to be role models, when a character’s... More>>
The Late Albert Maysles's Iris Embraces the Creative Life The Late Albert Maysles's Iris Embraces the Creative Life
, April 29, 2015
Iris Apfel isn't exactly a household name, unless we're talking about very stylish households. From 1950 to 1992 Apfel ran Old World Weavers, the... More>>
Bruce LaBruce's Bold Gerontophilia Smashes Sexual Taboos Bruce LaBruce's Bold Gerontophilia Smashes Sexual Taboos
, April 29, 2015
In a recent MoMA retrospective, queercore pioneer Bruce LaBruce cemented his reputation as a shock-and-schlock auteur whose tendency toward... More>>
Joss Whedon Fights to Keep His Avengers Human Joss Whedon Fights to Keep His Avengers Human
, April 29, 2015
Avengers: Age of Ultron is a complicated, ticking machine — a cuckoo clock under attack. Returning helmer Joss Whedon is earnestly trying... More>>
With Cathedrals of Culture, Wim Wenders Aspires to Capture the Souls of Buildings With Cathedrals of Culture, Wim Wenders Aspires to Capture the Souls of Buildings
These Walls Can Talk (in 3-D!)
, April 29, 2015
Wim Wenders has been entranced with 3-D — which he calls the new language of cinema — ever since Pina, his great film tribute to Pina... More>>
The Fantastic Soul Boys of the Western World Puts a British Pop Group in Perspective The Fantastic Soul Boys of the Western World Puts a British Pop Group in Perspective
, April 29, 2015
The rise of the New Romantics and other flamboyant music camps in early-Eighties British pop led Paul Weller (the Jam, Style Council) to carp... More>>
Mexican Crime Drama Days of Grace Is Demanding and Sometimes Riveting Mexican Crime Drama Days of Grace Is Demanding and Sometimes Riveting
, April 29, 2015
If you avert your eyes for more than a millisecond during Everardo Valerio Gout's Days of Grace, the film will make less sense than if it were... More>>
Richard Dreyfuss Comes This Close to Saving Jason Priestley's Cas & Dylan Richard Dreyfuss Comes This Close to Saving Jason Priestley's Cas & Dylan
, April 29, 2015
Leading man Richard Dreyfuss is so irrepressibly charming that he almost saves Jason Priestley's dismal buddy comedy Cas & Dylan from its awkward... More>>
A Deaf Actress's Revelatory Performance Makes Marie's Story a Miracle A Deaf Actress's Revelatory Performance Makes Marie's Story a Miracle
, April 29, 2015
"She climbs trees when we're not looking," warns a priest about the feral female lead of Marie's Story. She hangs upside down from them, too.... More>>
Far From Men Boasts Viggo Mortensen and Grand Mountain Photography Far From Men Boasts Viggo Mortensen and Grand Mountain Photography
, April 29, 2015
Viggo Mortensen finds himself caught between his two heritages in Far From Men, David Oelhoffen's beautiful, melancholy drama about a French... More>>
Helen Hunt Should Maybe Learn to Delegate Helen Hunt Should Maybe Learn to Delegate
Hunt writes, directs, and stars in Ride
, April 29, 2015
There's a bit too much going on in Helen Hunt's Ride, perhaps because Hunt is doing a bit too much in it: In addition to directing, Hunt also... More>>
Gritty Crime Flick Hyena Takes You to Hell With Style Gritty Crime Flick Hyena Takes You to Hell With Style
, April 29, 2015
Much like his 2009 social-realist psychodrama Tony — starring a chilling Peter Ferdinando as a council-estate loner on a Dahmer-esque... More>>
Likable Kids' Flick Maya the Bee Movie Is Quietly Subversive Likable Kids' Flick Maya the Bee Movie Is Quietly Subversive
, April 29, 2015
Alexs Stadermann's animated Maya the Bee Movie — the awkward title of which seems one definite article short — is a thoroughly modern... More>>
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