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Love in Vein Love in Vein
Maggie Cheung radiant as ever in addiction portrait
, April 18, 2006
Junkie recovery sagas rarely come from a place of heartfelt experience—Olivier Assayas's Clean, like virtually every major film about scag... More>>
The End of Violence The End of Violence
Vengeance is mined one last time as Park concludes his viscerally traumatic trilogy
, April 18, 2006
By now, for masses of believers in mad Korean pulp as it has been epitomized by Park Chanwook's Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and Oldboy, the... More>>
The Art of Dying The Art of Dying
A Romanian unknown's ode to mortality is the most remarkable film of the year so far
, April 18, 2006
If there's a tougher sell than a Romanian movie by a hitherto unknown director, it's a Romanian movie by an unknown director that takes two and... More>>
Fog of War Fog of War
A noir director's career-capping French resistance epic
, April 18, 2006
At least as far as the movies go, the fecund late '60s are a gift that keeps on giving. As allusive as its title, Jean-Pierre Melville's all but... More>>
Repeat Performance Repeat Performance
Taiwanese master's time-traveling trilogy recaps his greatest hits
, April 18, 2006
Wafting across the decades, Hou Hsiao-hsien's Three Times presents the same romantic couple, played by Shu Qi and Chang Chen, in a trio of... More>>
The Departed The Departed
In a lonely place: Love and loss in hypnotic bike-cop movie
, April 18, 2006
A drift between the workaday duties of a Seattle bike cop and the more pressing demands of his inner world, Robinson Devor's Police Beat is a... More>>
Heroine Chic
, April 18, 2006
Hong Kong megastar Maggie Cheung played a Hong Kong megastar named Maggie Cheung in her first Olivier Assayas collaboration, Irma Vep, but her... More>>
New York African Film Festival
, April 18, 2006
Forever subject to industrial poverty and political bedlam like virtually nowhere else on earth, the sub-Saharan African film industries have... More>>
Elemental Indian Trilogy Saves the Best for Last Elemental Indian Trilogy Saves the Best for Last
, April 18, 2006
Production on the third and most powerful chapter of Indian filmmaker Deepa Mehta's "Elements" trilogy was delayed for years by religious... More>>
'Akeelah and the Bee'
, April 18, 2006
Thankfully, nowhere in the credits for this movie—a small gem, at least within the subgenre of spelling-bee pictures—can the dreaded... More>>
'The Lost City'
, April 18, 2006
Among Hollywoodized glosses on the Cuban revolution, if Sydney Pollack's Havana was a tracing from Casablanca, Andy Garcia's The Lost City... More>>
'The Sentinel'
, April 18, 2006
Brought low by its premise (rogue Secret Service agent conspires with ex-KGB types to kill the president) and rendered idiotic by its subplot... More>>
'Suite Habana'
, April 18, 2006
Reviving a tradition that dates back to silent-era landmarks like Walter Ruttman's Berlin: Symphony of a Great City, Suite Habana distills a... More>>
'Silent Hill'
, April 18, 2006
Another videogame spinoff, this mindless horror flick directed by Christophe Gans (Brotherhood of the Wolf) replays the cliché of the... More>>
'The Whore's Son'
, April 18, 2006
A coolly detached melodrama of mother-child resentment, Michael Sturminger's film sometimes suggests a clear-eyed inversion of a 1940s women's... More>>
, April 18, 2006
There is probably a level of hell built around cross-country road trips with Robin Williams. So it’s quite a surprise that RV, in which... More>>
'Guys and Balls'
, April 18, 2006
It sounds like gay porn, but it's actually a delightful romantic comedy from Germany. Ecki (Maximilian Brückner), the goalie for his town's... More>>
Best in Show Best in Show
The Top 40 Picks of the Tribeca Film Festival
, April 11, 2006
Conceived in the shadow of no towers, the Tribeca Film Festival was the first 9-11 memorial, and surely the most upbeat. The fifth edition ... More>>
A Flight to Remember A Flight to Remember
Bloody Tuesday: Paul Greengrass's visceral cine-memorial stakes its claim to authenticity
, April 11, 2006
In the city where it will premiere next Tuesday, United 93 is being greeted—or repelled?—almost as if it were itself some kind of... More>>
Scarlet Fever Scarlet Fever
Tribeca's behind-the-scenes architect explains why bigger is better
, April 11, 2006
To most festgoers, Tribeca remains "the Robert De Niro festival." But as the city's movie scenesters know, the man who has done more than anyone... More>>
TV Nation TV Nation
Weitz's soft-edged satire belts out familiar but convincingly smarmy tunes
, April 11, 2006
Wanna knock the prez? Let's make a show. . . preferably on television. Paul Weitz's new satire American Dreamz imagines the Bush regime as an... More>>
Super Troopers Super Troopers
A Vietnam war doc with powerful contemporary parallels
, April 11, 2006
Sir! No Sir! never mentions the words Iraq or Afghanistan. It doesn't have to. Unseen and unremarked upon, those bloody venues nonetheless... More>>
'Out 1: Spectre'
, April 11, 2006
In some ways the most venturesome of nouvelle vague filmmakers, Jacques Rivette went through the looking glass in the 1970s. For the better part... More>>
A Weighty Retro of the Silent Era's Most Tragic Clown A Weighty Retro of the Silent Era's Most Tragic Clown
, April 11, 2006
The most tragic figure of silent comedy, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle saw his brilliant career as an actor dramatically halted in 1921 when he became... More>>
'Scary Movie 4'
, April 11, 2006
Part three was so wretched, it actually made you miss the Wayans brothers, but the fourth Scary Movie has its share of good laughs. It unspools... More>>
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