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The Flirty Dozen The Flirty Dozen
We know what they did last summer: Paid vacation makes for surprisingly snazzy sequel
, November 30, 2004
Painstakingly documented via paparazzi telephotography and Access Hollywood dispatches all summer long, the Ocean's Twelve shoot was, we know by... More>>
Photo Finish
Brothel doc makes a difference for Calcutta's red-light kids
, November 30, 2004
Zana Briski may never make another movie. After all, "I never intended to make this one," she says of Born Into Brothels, the Sundance-honored,... More>>
Uncivil Wars Uncivil Wars
Spanish prisoners: Castile magnolia, unhappy couples, and the region most likely to secede
, November 30, 2004
Never mind the requisite red-states-versus-blue-states opening sentence—Spain's truly a house divided against itself. At least that's the... More>>
Ship of Fools: The Life Aquatic With Captain John Malkovich Ship of Fools: The Life Aquatic With Captain John Malkovich
, November 30, 2004
In A Talking Picture, a filmmaker who started his career in the silent era traces the birth—and contemplates the death—of Western... More>>
Film
, November 30, 2004
This placid 1954 Brit cartoonization of Orwell was revealed in 1999 to have been covertly funded, produced, and de-Orwellized by the E. Howard... More>>
In the Realm of the Senses: Sampling Japan's Avant-Garde In the Realm of the Senses: Sampling Japan's Avant-Garde
, November 30, 2004
Despite a substantial history stretching back to the silent era, Japanese experimental cinema screens only sporadically in North America, which... More>>
Film
, November 30, 2004
"Each still photograph is a privileged moment, turned into a slim object that one can keep and look at again," writes Susan Sontag in On... More>>
Film
, November 30, 2004
A photojournalist who came to Calcutta in the late '90s to document its red-light district, Zana Briski eventually befriended many of the... More>>
Film Film
, November 30, 2004
Somewhere amid the pulse-quickening image drool of the Blade franchise lurks an intriguing pop fable about the lunacy of (and attraction to)... More>>
Film
, November 30, 2004
Plopped in a world where Silver Lake's hillside sign competes with Hollywood's and men are mostly juicy gym boys, Straight-Jacket offers up a... More>>
Film
, November 30, 2004
India's official entry for this year's Foreign Language Oscar, Shwaas takes a potential hot-button premise—the callous indifference of the... More>>
Flight Club Flight Club
Seeking a band of airborne rebels, a dancer and a swordsman get lost in orgasmic set design
, November 23, 2004
The Hong Kong movie matrix has reached a state of deracinated gloss, homogenized out from speed-mad native pop lunacy to postcard-bourgeois... More>>
Doc Looks at Individual Prayer; Melodrama Preaches to Choir
, November 23, 2004
Cinema has long maintained a contentious relationship with the Catholic Church. In recent decades, Rome-friendly pictures like The Song of... More>>
That '70s Now That '70s Now
Filmmakers draw lessons for today from American radical history
, November 23, 2004
Russ Little spares no emotion when denouncing the state of American government and its divisive commander in chief: "The country is totally out... More>>
Infernal Affairs Infernal Affairs
The art of four play: Cruel lies and crueler truths in a tastefully sordid relationship drama
, November 23, 2004
"Tell me something true," one habitual liar asks of another in Closer, Mike Nichols's sleek, skillfully acted adaptation of Patrick Marber's... More>>
House Rules
Zhang Yimou reinvents himself as kickass action auteur
, November 23, 2004
Ten years ago this month, Zhang Yimou's To Live opened in U.S. theaters. The historical melodrama maps one family's transformation from... More>>
The Five Distractions The Five Distractions
Schmucks, yuks, HK cool, film school, and a sociology experiment: 2004's best DVD sets
, November 23, 2004
1. JOHN CASSAVETES: FIVE FILMS (Criterion) For the still-standing new wavers worth your gift-giving kindness, none of this year's video... More>>
Another 10 Another 10
, November 23, 2004
THE INGMAR BERGMAN SPECIAL EDITION DVD COLLECTION (MGM/UA) A muscular wedge from the brooding Swede's long career, restored and corrected:... More>>
Film Film
, November 23, 2004
Vikram Jayanti's gripping documentary Game Over reminds us that chess legend Garry Kasparov's greatest victory was charged with political... More>>
Film Film
, November 23, 2004
MOMA's celebratory glut of film premieres enters its second week. The biggest name on the slate is Theo Angelopoulos, but the Greek tragedian's... More>>
A Sensitive Iranian Portrait of Breakdown and Uplift A Sensitive Iranian Portrait of Breakdown and Uplift
, November 23, 2004
Deserted Station, Alireza Raisian's delicately compelling feature, is based on a story by Abbas Kiarostami, that most celebrated of Iranian... More>>
Film
, November 23, 2004
In its early days, film was more about places than characters, or so insists the narrator of this quirky Italian love letter to the history of... More>>
Film
, November 23, 2004
Apprenticed to a sadistic butcher, Svend and Bjarne want to escape their employer's taunts and open their own shop. So Svend mortgages his house,... More>>
Film
, November 23, 2004
An exercise not in the banality of evil but the evil of banality, The Aryan Couple sets real-world horrors—the Final Solution, Hungary in... More>>
Film
, November 23, 2004
AmnesiA is a Dutch film so true to its title that I've forgotten many of the details already—and I just saw it this morning. (Released... More>>
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