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'Or (My Treasure)'
, May 24, 2005
With a cool head and level gaze, Keren Ye-daya's stark first feature attempts a Bressonian trajectory of tragic inevitability. Or (Dana Ivgy) is... More>>
'Apres Vous'
, May 24, 2005
Praised be the gods that this rom-com is French. If not, we'd be haunted by visions of a Focker-ish Dustin Hoffman rescuing a suicidal Tony... More>>
'Deep Blue'
, May 24, 2005
Convinced that the life aquatic holds infinite aesthetic potential, this British doc has all the characteristics of an oceanographic... More>>
'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants'
, May 24, 2005
Mailmen will have a field day calculating the postage spent by Sisterhood's four teenage gal pals, as they send a single pair of jeans across the... More>>
Wrath of 'Zog
At 62, Werner Herzog is still documenting obsessions, and struggling with his own.
, May 17, 2005
During a post-screening Q&A at Sundance this year, an audience member accused Werner Herzog of having ridiculed the title character in the... More>>
Escape From Zoo York Escape From Zoo York
The fast and the furriest: Animating season opens with the journey of a manic menagerie
, May 17, 2005
A modest, fast, and relatively painless all-digital cartoon, the new DreamWorks money milker belongs to what is now a time- and profit-petrified... More>>
Coyne of the Realm: Genial Singer Hosts Doting Rock Doc Coyne of the Realm: Genial Singer Hosts Doting Rock Doc
, May 17, 2005
The Fearless Freaks: The Wondrously Improbable Story of the Flaming Lips is an all-access fan's valentine as artfully scrappy and likably... More>>
Changing Lanes: From Mullets to Crotch Chops
, May 17, 2005
Once a legitimate ratings contender, professional bowling now ranks somewhere between the National Hockey League and competitive basket weaving... More>>
Film Film
, May 17, 2005
Dachau diary: Schlöndorff's vision of a lost nine days One of Germany's last remaining cine-excavators of Nazi-era irony, Volker... More>>
Encore Performances Encore Performances
Dardennes mine past to win second Palme d'Or, but Hou's hopes are tied to the future
, May 17, 2005
CANNES, FRANCE—In a festival dominated by questions of paternity, Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne's masterpiece of fatherhood gone foul The... More>>
The Uncertainty Principle
Cannes's secondary programs offer a few small surprises
, May 17, 2005
CANNES, FRANCE—You don't need to be a legend," sings a choir of waifs in Kornél Mundruczó's Johanna, a trippy opera riff on... More>>
On Golden Palme
, May 17, 2005
CANNES, FRANCE—Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne won their second Palme d'Or for The Child, a characteristically well-acted, hectic, and... More>>
Historical Oversight Historical Oversight
Desensitized to Cronenberg's 'Violence', jury anoints Dardennes over Jarmusch and von Trier
, May 17, 2005
CANNES, FRANCE—The veterans showed their strength this year at Cannes. Still, the toughest movie I saw in competition, David Cronenberg's... More>>
My Blue Heaven My Blue Heaven
A double bill of erotic Mexican neo-surrealism at Cannes
, May 17, 2005
CANNES, FRANCE—Cannes's designated outrage, Mexican filmmaker Carlos Reygadas's Battle in Heaven had its world premiere in competition amid... More>>
Film
, May 17, 2005
"He didn't make me laugh once," wrote Jonathan Rosenbaum of Adam Sandler in Punch-Drunk Love, yet "TheMovieFan" on imdb.com finds him... More>>
The Romanian Patient The Romanian Patient
, May 17, 2005
CANNES, FRANCE—Longer on comebacks than discoveries, Cannes 2005 nevertheless struck gold with The Death of Mr. Lazarescu, the second... More>>
May the Force Be Over May the Force Be Over
The end of the beginning: Lucas's adolescent space opera concludes in a CGI Sith Storm
, May 10, 2005
No doubt the most expensive stoner film in history, the alleged final installment of George Lucas's elongated adolescence turns out to be not so... More>>
Don't Luke Now: Episodes VII–IX
, May 10, 2005
First George Lucas said there'd be three trilogies, now he whines there'll be only two, but don't believe him. How can you leave Luke and the... More>>
Star Spangled to Darth
, May 10, 2005
In recent interviews, George Lucas has asserted that once the Star Wars series ends, he will devote his talents to making experimental films.... More>>
Repossessed Repossessed
Short on sensationalism, Paul Schrader's Exorcist prequel more hardcore than Harlin's
, May 10, 2005
In 100 years of movie business goldbricking, impulse production, and high-flying market pursuit, we've never seen anything quite like this: a... More>>
Father Knows Best: Wexler Duo Keeps It All in the Family Father Knows Best: Wexler Duo Keeps It All in the Family
, May 10, 2005
"If you don't know where the fuck we are right now," cinematography lion Haskell Wexler barks to his camera-bearing son at the onset of Tell Them... More>>
Film
, May 10, 2005
Video might've killed the radio star, but beginning in the 1960s, new media inspired musical avant-gardists to grab cameras and create complex... More>>
Safety First Safety First
Stocked with old favorites, a conservative Cannes proves Newton's Third Law of Motion
, May 10, 2005
CANNES, FRANCE—Every action produces an equal and opposite reaction not only in the physical world but also in that fantastic projection... More>>
Sorry, Wrong Number: Clever Thai Pulp Woozy With Whimsy Sorry, Wrong Number: Clever Thai Pulp Woozy With Whimsy
, May 10, 2005
A black-comic thriller from Thailand's most inventive commercial filmmaker, Pen-ek Ratanaruang's 6ixtynin9 (1999) enlivens some dingy genre... More>>
Film Film
, May 10, 2005
After two fictionalized accounts, an unflinching Rwanda doc Unable to get the world's attention when it counted most, Rwanda is suddenly all the... More>>
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