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The Rupture
A Thai interpreter of Malady explains his split decisions
, June 21, 2005
BANGKOK, THAILAND—When Thai critic Kong Rithdee, writing in Film Comment, diagnosed the uncannily bifurcated narrative of Tropical Malady... More>>
Revolution number two: Medium remake misses the message Revolution number two: Medium remake misses the message
, June 21, 2005
Mud sometimes gives the illusion of depth," Marshall McLuhan claimed, a statement that might well apply to This Revolution, a clever but... More>>
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, June 21, 2005
A true hole in the head, the new Aussie zombie farce Undead revisits, yet again, the Romero template by way of early Peter Jackson: a small... More>>
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, June 21, 2005
Can this country catch a break? Judging by its recent cinematic output, Brazil is and always will be a hinterland beset by the scourges of crime,... More>>
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, June 21, 2005
HERBIE: FULLY LOADED Directed by Angela Robinson Disney, in release Admit it: You've been hating on Lindsay Lohan's new tabloid car wreck image.... More>>
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, June 21, 2005
MODIGLIANI Written and directed by Mick Davis Bauer Martinez, opens July 1, Angelika The swooningly romantic details of the last years of Amedeo... More>>
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, June 21, 2005
SEX, POLITICS & COCKTAILS Written and directed by Julien Hernandez Regent, opens July 1, Quad Someone call the Better Business Bureau: Sex,... More>>
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, June 21, 2005
TWIST OF FAITH Directed by Kirby Dick Artistic License, opens July 1, Quad A rebuke to those who dismissed Mystic River's Greek tragic... More>>
Not Yet Rated Not Yet Rated
Sly stalwarts, newly uncovered rarities in pre-Code series
, June 14, 2005
Once upon a time the unconglomerated movie studios owned themselves and could afford the luxury of individual personalities. In the early 1930s,... More>>
Yes Woman
Masculine = Feminine: Sally Potter argues for erotic equality
, June 14, 2005
To underscore the cultural tensions plaguing Yes's affluent London scientist and her Lebanese immigrant lover, director Sally Potter periodically... More>>
Body Language Body Language
David LaChapelle's dance doc pops when it's booty-shakin' but locks with its hollow history
, June 14, 2005
Kiddie birthday entertainment seems like an unlikely origin for the roughest, toughest new urban dance phenomenon, but such is the genealogy... More>>
Oh, the Nora, the Nora: Every Little Thing She Does Is Tragic Oh, the Nora, the Nora: Every Little Thing She Does Is Tragic
, June 14, 2005
I have no idea why Hollywood makes movies derived from TV series that the all-important 15- to 25-year-old ticket-buying demographic has... More>>
Malle on 65th Street: A New Wave Outsider's Eclectic Oeuvre Malle on 65th Street: A New Wave Outsider's Eclectic Oeuvre
, June 14, 2005
He got his start only slightly ahead of Godard, Truffaut, Rivette, et al.—sharing the Palme d'Or at age 23 with Jacques Cousteau for The... More>>
CSI: Gyeonggi CSI: Gyeonggi
Anatomy of a lot of murders: Compelling Korean police drama is an unforgettable Bong hit
, June 14, 2005
A police procedural like no other, Bong Joon-ho's Memories of Murder (2003) has the epic aura of a sociographic novel, but you won't see a less... More>>
Well Versed: Potter's Poetic, Female-Centric Forbidden Tryst Well Versed: Potter's Poetic, Female-Centric Forbidden Tryst
, June 14, 2005
With the recent spike in Iraq carnage, it may seem genteel to propose working through Muslim-West cultural tensions in the form of forbidden... More>>
'Dallas 362'
, June 14, 2005
Dallas 362 Written and directed by Scott Caan THINKFilm, opens June 24, Village East Sporting a geographically resonant title as dubious... More>>
'Lila Says'
, June 14, 2005
Lila Says Directed by Ziad Doueiri Samuel Goldwyn, opens June 24 A misguided tale of sentimental education, Ziad Doueiri's sophomore effort... More>>
'The Perfect Man'
, June 14, 2005
The Perfect Man Directed by Mark Rosman Universal, in release All of Hilary Duff's previous starring vehicles have existed solely to promote her... More>>
'The War on the War on Drugs'
, June 14, 2005
Promise me this: If ever you and a few marijuana advocate/actor friends find yourselves low on pot and high on filmic ambition, please—put... More>>
'March of the Penguins'
, June 14, 2005
That the new French wildlife documentary March of the Penguins was a knock-'em-over, prostate-stroking crowd pleaser at Sundance is no... More>>
'Elevator to the Gallows'
, June 14, 2005
Cahiers du Cinéma once summarily dismissed Louis Malle, a fellow traveler of the nouvelle vague but never officially one of its members,... More>>
Excess Express Excess Express
Mind trips and psychotic inventions at annual Asian series
, June 07, 2005
Count our blessings. No sooner does the screaming summer-movie emptiness begin to envelop the city than Subway Cinema's annual fest of new East... More>>
Cape and Scowl Cape and Scowl
Batman and sobbin': Orphan grief and existential questions in a grim franchise retake
, June 07, 2005
Since Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever (1995) and Batman & Robin (1997) devolved an already campy superhero franchise into a sub-Vegas monster's... More>>
Blow Up Blow Up
David LaChapelle plays his krump card with a South Central dance doc
, June 07, 2005
Vérité means different things to different directors. Celebrity portrait-maker and video director David LaChapelle's stylized,... More>>
People Person People Person
Hyphenate hipstress Miranda July infiltrates Indiewood
, June 07, 2005
Visionary storyteller Miranda July is perhaps the worst-kept secret in American filmmaking. Though Cannes laureled her elegantly emotive feature... More>>
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