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Crash Test Dummy Crash Test Dummy
The loudest, boldest comic actor around takes an endless victory lap
, July 25, 2006
There is no modern-day antecedent to the movies Will Ferrell makes with writer-director Adam McKay, with whom Ferrell collaborated during their... More>>
There Goes the Neighborhood
L.A. gentrifiers pay tribute to a community under siege
, July 25, 2006
A winning tale of sex, real estate, and more or less immaculate conception, Quinceañera, as you might expect from a white-made drama... More>>
'The Night Listener'
, July 25, 2006
As a consideration of the power of storytelling—and the urge to mythologize one's own life as well as the lives of others— The Night... More>>
'The Puffy Chair' 'The Puffy Chair'
, July 25, 2006
Josh (Mark Duplass) is a confused fuckup whose indie-rock career is dead. But despite his aura of shaggy-dog doofusness, Josh's girlfriend, Emily... More>>
Summer Swashbucklers
, July 25, 2006
The swashbuckler has often been unfairly regarded as intellectually disreputable, but at its best (Film Forum's 36-movie retro includes most of... More>>
'Jailbait'
, July 25, 2006
Supposedly inspired by the gross inequities of California's 1994 "three strikes" law—which canned thousands of nonviolent offenders... More>>
'Shock to the System'
, July 25, 2006
After this cutesy whodunit adapted from Richard Stevenson's long-running mystery series, the late Mickey Spillane must be spinning in his crypt.... More>>
'Vacationland'
, July 25, 2006
A cluttered assemblage of low-budget gay- cinema hooks—go-go dancing, nude modeling, sexual blackmail, bathroom-stall cruising—Todd... More>>
'The Bridesmaid'
, July 25, 2006
Given his doggedly consistent fascination with psychopathic crime intersecting with bourgeois lives, it's a surprise to find that The Bridesmaid... More>>
'Boynton Beach Club'
, July 25, 2006
With due respect for older moviegoers hungry to see the pains and pleasures of aging represented on the big screen, it hurts to think that some... More>>
'Barnyard'
, July 25, 2006
Even an advanced case of critter fatigue shouldn’t stop you from rushing out to see this delightfully cheeky animated tale of a farm full of... More>>
London Fog London Fog
Woody Allen's second straight English excursion is a failed return to comedy
, July 18, 2006
For 35 years, Woody Allen was a long shot to stray into the Bronx or Staten Island—much less the alien reaches of London, England. The... More>>
Ain't No Sunshine Ain't No Sunshine
A "What's Wrong With America" indie comedy reveals what's wrong with indie comedies
, July 18, 2006
Like the shambling VW van its hapless characters steer from Albuquerque to Redondo Beach, Little Miss Sunshine is a rickety vehicle that travels... More>>
Undercover of the Night Undercover of the Night
Violent shoot-outs and dangerous love in Mann's visceral cop series update
, July 18, 2006
Michael Mann's Miami Vice is like a car that's been stripped of everything but its two bucket seats and rebuilt from the ground up. The... More>>
The Metamorphosis
Boy turns bug in redemptive kiddie-lit adaptation
, July 18, 2006
The Ant Bully is based upon a very short children's book by John Nickle, a beautifully drawn if crudely told tale of a boy named Lucas, who... More>>
'Scanners: The 2006 New York Video Festival'
, July 18, 2006
One suspects the semi-recently rebranded Scanners: The 2006 New York Video Festival has tweaked its nomenclature in an effort to upgrade its... More>>
'13 Tzameti'
, July 18, 2006
The artiest entry in the ever growing torture-movie genre, this playfully wicked French thriller from twentysomething provocateur Gela Babluani... More>>
'Brothers of the Head' 'Brothers of the Head'
, July 18, 2006
This mockumentary tracks the rise and fall of a conjoined-twin glam-rock act (played by Luke and Harry Treadaway, with the aid of prosthetics) in... More>>
'America: Freedom to Fascism'
, July 18, 2006
It's a little disingenuous for filmmaker Aaron Russo to pose as just an uninformed individual trying to uncover the "truth" about the IRS in this... More>>
'Another Gay Movie'
, July 18, 2006
A blow-by-blow remake of American Pie, albeit with more gerbil sex play, Another Gay Movie follows four strapping guys from San Torum High School... More>>
'John Tucker Must Die'
, July 18, 2006
If only. No one buys the farm in this Heathers-wannabe teen "satire," a term used so loosely it'll fly off in a stiff breeze. But the title's... More>>
'My Super Ex-Girlfriend'
, July 18, 2006
Hell hath no fury like a woman superhero scorned in director Ivan Reitman and screenwriter Don Payne's loopy cross-pollination of comic-book... More>>
'The Photographer, His Wife, Her Lover'
, July 18, 2006
The Photographer, His Wife, Her Lover sinks into the sad and sordid tale of an ultimately disastrous romantic triangle between a man, a woman,... More>>
'Raising Hell: Sam Peckinpah'
, July 18, 2006
The self-loathing underworld god-king of masculine genre angst, and the world's first genuine action craftsman, Sam Peckinpah made movies that... More>>
'I Like Killing Flies'
, July 18, 2006
"Postmodern pancakes" won't go out of style anytime soon and neither will this endearingly cockeyed portrait, albeit four years old, of... More>>
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