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, July 27, 2004
Completed in early 1943, soon after the German advance was halted in the Battle of Stalingrad, the Nazi super-spectacles Münchhausen and... More>>
Reproductive Thriller Scores Genetic Coup, Flunks Chemistry Reproductive Thriller Scores Genetic Coup, Flunks Chemistry
, July 27, 2004
Code 46, the versatile Michael Winterbottom's stylish, if precious, essay in social sci-fi, is all about reproductive regulation in a... More>>
Mann on Fire Mann on Fire
Conducting a city symphony, an accomplished stylist hitches a ride on a flowchart script
, July 27, 2004
The new Michael Mann movie Collateral began as a tagline so catchy it came with lint attached: A cold-blooded assassin-for-hire (Tom Cruise)... More>>
Suicidal Librarian, Chain-Smoking Slob Discover Life's Elusive Symmetries Suicidal Librarian, Chain-Smoking Slob Discover Life's Elusive Symmetries
, July 27, 2004
Life or death—which one has the nastier sense of humor? A couple of the characters in Pen-ek Ratanaruang's Last Life in the Universe may be... More>>
They Distort, You Decide: Doc Explores Fox News's Right-Wing Bias
, July 27, 2004
After seeing Fahrenheit 9/11, a friend said that Moore's film had a strong impact on her because it made her watch George Bush speak: Normally,... More>>
Film
, July 27, 2004
"My sense of exile has been lifelong. It's a question of articulating it." So says the late literary critic, political activist, and Columbia... More>>
Film
, July 27, 2004
A Watergate-era time capsule of hippie fashions, tape-recorded phone conversations, and systemic institutional corruption, Serpico (1973) ought... More>>
Film
, July 27, 2004
The gripping credit sequence that kicks off this tale of South Africa's most famous bank robber takes an aerial view of class disparity in 1976... More>>
Film
, July 27, 2004
Merzak Allouache (1994's Bab el-Oued City) continues mining Algerian identity, both North African and French. The Other World (2001) follows a... More>>
Me-Ouch
Catty critics find there's more than one way to skin a Catwoman
, July 20, 2004
Kitty litter . . . hairballs . . . cat's meow. The fur is flying as critics universally—and predictably—tore apart Catwoman. No review... More>>
He's Gotta Have It He's Gotta Have It
Lee does the wrong things with lesbian lifestyle, corporate scandal, and anti-Bush fire
, July 20, 2004
Part social satire, part goofball daydream, Spike Lee's completely undisciplined if irresistibly titled She Hate Me strives manfully to put the... More>>
Against Sprawl Odds: An Original Take on the City of Angels
, July 20, 2004
Most movies are intended to transform documentary into fiction; Thom Andersen's heady and provocative Los Angeles Plays Itself has the opposite... More>>
Misinterpretation of Dreams Misinterpretation of Dreams
The birth of an aberration: Takashi Miike adds mutant spawn to his gallery of gross-outs
, July 20, 2004
World cinema's favorite grindhouse workhorse, Takashi Miike, continues to expel his speedball fantasies at a rate of about seven movies per year.... More>>
Urban Renewal Urban Renewal
The dreamlife of Angeles: A film professor reclaims his city
, July 20, 2004
When he was younger, Thom Andersen wanted to come to New York and work for the Maysles brothers. But he didn't have faith in his own camera... More>>
Splatter-Happy Takashi Miike on Public Baths and Private Jokes
, July 20, 2004
"I really wanted purity and innocence," Takashi Miike says of Gozu's virginal protagonist, whose id leaks might be responsible for the film's... More>>
The Wild Munch The Wild Munch
Stoned Asian American overachievers triumph over hunger and dumbass racist bullshit
, July 20, 2004
The pot odyssey gone melting-pot, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle takes a torch to the model-minority myth—or more precisely, it rolls it... More>>
Eternal Sunshine of the Mood-Stabilized Mind Eternal Sunshine of the Mood-Stabilized Mind
, July 20, 2004
Best known for his role as a retarded quarterback, anhedonic actor-waiter Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff) comes home to New Jersey for his... More>>
Resurrecting Trad, the Twist, and a Rude Birdie
, July 20, 2004
Something weird is happening in Middle America: You can see it in Conrad Birdie's revelation in the courthouse park, howling a hymn to the... More>>
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, July 20, 2004
Ultimate geezerfest and rock-doc holy grail, Festival Express presents the long-lost footage of a forgotten Woodstock on wheels—the... More>>
Accountant Cures Depressed Housewife Just by Listening Accountant Cures Depressed Housewife Just by Listening
, July 20, 2004
Patrice Leconte certainly knows his audience. Like much of his work of the past 15 years, his latest is a bland chamber drama for those who like... More>>
Film
, July 20, 2004
This 2000 Iranian film, like the recent Afghan Osama, follows the struggles of a young girl forced to impersonate a boy to support her family.... More>>
Film
, July 20, 2004
Suspected of murdering the transgender hooker population of Brussels, Bo (Robinson Stévenin in a superb performance), a pre-op... More>>
Film
, July 20, 2004
In 1735, two prisoners on Robben Island were brought before magistrates in Cape Town and accused of sodomy. Miscegenation added to the horror of... More>>
Film
, July 20, 2004
Reportedly the most successful homegrown film in its native Burkina Faso, longtime director Daniel Kollo Sanou's leisurely, deliriously barbed... More>>
Film
, July 20, 2004
Making the lavender programming on Showtime seem like The Children's Hour, Helen Lesnick's Inescapable is good dirty fun. Soft-butch architect... More>>
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