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, November 09, 2004
It must have seemed like a good idea at the time. In 2001, actor-vegan-stoner-activist Woody Harrelson biked down the West Coast, stopping at... More>>
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, November 09, 2004
A kiddie biopic of Islam's founder retold through Hollywood-style animation, Muhammad: The Last Prophet opts for wholesome credos rather than... More>>
Child's Gay! Chucky Comes to Terms With Swishy Spawn. Child's Gay! Chucky Comes to Terms With Swishy Spawn.
, November 09, 2004
Having drawn and quartered its premise over the course of four previous movies, the Child's Play franchise now officially dissects itself,... More>>
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, November 09, 2004
In this patently unfunny romantic comedy-cum- Marxist screed, it's goodbye Lenin, hello free enterprise for two capitalist fools. Bob (Michael... More>>
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, November 09, 2004
Moscow newscaster Vera comes home to find her ad-exec boyfriend in bed with a younger man, setting up an Almodóvar-like ménage... More>>
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, November 09, 2004
With just the right balance of epic grandeur and break-into-song goofiness, this Bollywood love legend does double duty as a women's-rights... More>>
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, November 09, 2004
Four Nazi soldiers holed up in a cabin are so bored of killing escaped Jews that they let the one surviving captive create a role-playing game.... More>>
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, November 09, 2004
Since 1978, the enigmatic Jandek has released 34 records through the equally secret Houston-based Corwood Industries: atonal marathons of ghostly... More>>
The XXX Files The XXX Files
Too late for the election, a politically relevant biopic makes the case for sexual tolerance
, November 02, 2004
The title of Bill Condon's previous film Gods and Monsters could work for his latest, Kinsey. For some, the zoologist turned sex researcher... More>>
Grotesque Combat Adventures in a Restored Infantry Epic Grotesque Combat Adventures in a Restored Infantry Epic
, November 02, 2004
A World War II infantryman who landed in North Africa, Sicily, and Normandy, and was wounded twice, the late director-writer Samuel Fuller... More>>
Final Fantasy Final Fantasy
Magic and loss: Bereaved wonder boys help J.M. Barrie pen his immortal masterpiece
, November 02, 2004
To raise fact-checking quibbles with a film that declares itself "inspired by true events" may seem overly pedantic, but one has to wonder what... More>>
Spills and Thrills: Rom-Com Heroine Falls in Love, on Face Spills and Thrills: Rom-Com Heroine Falls in Love, on Face
, November 02, 2004
In Bridget Jones's Diary (2001), the gaffe-prone protagonist negotiated an obstacle course of minor humiliations before she could scramble over... More>>
Docs Examine Culture Wars From Kansas to Kabul
, November 02, 2004
For anybody still wondering what's the matter with Kansas, Howard Goldberg's Being Dorothy offers some insight into the civic life of Liberal... More>>
Slippery When Wet Slippery When Wet
Sullen Japanese twentysomethings—and pet jellyfish—adrift in neo-Buñuelian fantasy
, November 02, 2004
Beloved internationally as a classy pulp-meister, Kiyoshi Kurosawa has been, I think, largely misread—it may be more accurate and... More>>
A Korean New Wave Copes With the Burden of History
, November 02, 2004
Managing to collect a slew of vital Korean films that have not already been aired in local festivals, the Walter Reade series steers clear, for... More>>
Strangers on a Train: Wobbly Cartoon Spectacle Lacks Human Element Strangers on a Train: Wobbly Cartoon Spectacle Lacks Human Element
, November 02, 2004
"Seeing is believing," says an enigmatic hobo-ghost (Tom Hanks) in The Polar Express, a sentiment on the mind of the Saint Nick­agnostic... More>>
Film
, November 02, 2004
Blame Quentin: In 1997, a loudmouthed 28-year-old bartender named Troy Duffy sold his ultra-violent vigilante script The Boondock Saints ("Pulp... More>>
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, November 02, 2004
At a certain tropical island resort whose name I do not care to remember, a grizzled jewel thief (Pierce Brosnan, reprising Thomas Crown) is... More>>
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, November 02, 2004
Almost 40 years after Michael Caine sauntered across screens as the devil-may-care Cockney cad, the new Alfie gears for the U.S. market, with its... More>>
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, November 02, 2004
In this update of Chekhov's The Seagull, a châteauful of French bores suffers from a strand of cinemania whose primary symptom is babbling... More>>
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, November 02, 2004
Maybe these two music docs balance each other out—You See Me Laughin' imagines a niche audience hungry for profiles of obscure Delta blues... More>>
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, November 02, 2004
The feature debut of New York–based film critic Bilge Ebiri, this waggish workplace send-up plays like a photocopy of Office Space with... More>>
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, November 02, 2004
Among the burdens of the festive season—religious discord, familial tensions, financial strain—holiday movies may be added to the... More>>
Film
, November 02, 2004
French actor Laurent Lucas has a genuinely creepy presence (hissing voice, menacing underbite), but ironically, he's best known stateside as the... More>>
Full Metal Racket Full Metal Racket
Steely resolve: Superhero family combats insurgent machines, supports tort reform
, October 26, 2004
Where have you gone, Mr. Incredible? A nation turns its lonely eyes to you—your brains, brawn, and sonorous vox so indispensible in crisis,... More>>
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