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Penn, Kidman Gain Political Thriller Diplomatic Immunity Penn, Kidman Gain Political Thriller Diplomatic Immunity
, April 12, 2005
The Interpreter, Sydney Pollack's reasonably effective and old-school geopolitical thriller, sets its prologue in the Zimbabwe-esque southern... More>>
Feign of Terror Feign of Terror
A British filmmaker deconstructs the politics of fear exploited by radical Islamists and American neocons alike.
, April 12, 2005
LONDON—Last week the British media were promised a sensation. A terror trial was about to reach a climax. The jury was to give its verdicts... More>>
ABC Africa ABC Africa
A secret history of the continent's cinema with a scar-cheeked star and a rumpled Godard
, April 12, 2005
"Why isn't Africa blooming, with all of these degrees?" someone asks halfway through Pierre Yameogo's Moi et Mon Blanc (Me and My White Pal).... More>>
Miike's J-Horror Follows Formula; C-List Zombie Spoof Stumbles
, April 12, 2005
By this time, it's clear that Takashi Miike can and eventually will make every kind of movie—his filmography already teems with formula... More>>
Brooklyn Dodger: The Return of a Forgotten Indie
, April 12, 2005
An underseen indie-film landmark and an invaluable artifact of local history to boot, the 1953 Little Fugitive (back for matinee-only engagements... More>>
Short and Suite Short and Suite
, April 12, 2005
"Acting is very easy for me because I'm very open and I know that I can do everything," Isild Le Besco says with demure confidence. The... More>>
Freshman Orientation Freshman Orientation
Through the looking glasses: From the big clock to the train top, Lloyd welcomed danger
, April 12, 2005
If Chaplin was the Little Tramp and Keaton the Great Stone Face, who was Harold Lloyd? In Safety Last! (1923), he's revealed to be "the Mystery... More>>
Leo DiCaprio: Alien Seductor? So Says Director Jang Jun-Hwan.
, April 12, 2005
"I sometimes feel as if movies from all over the world have melted inside me," said South Korean filmmaker Jang Jun-hwan with a grin during an... More>>
Film Film
, April 12, 2005
At long last love: Kutcher and Peet take forever to connect A Lot Like Love exemplifies the happiness-deferred romance, in which two... More>>
Film
, April 12, 2005
Less corporate noir than capitalist disaster film, amply stocked with references to Titanic, Alex Gibney's soberly entertaining... More>>
Film Film
, April 12, 2005
Adapted from the 1979 splatter favorite that was itself based on a popular novel that was inspired by a true story, The Amityville Horror is a... More>>
Right to Strife Right to Strife
Both sides now: Todd Solondz's Palindromes agitates pro-life and pro-choice camps alike
, April 05, 2005
Had the Voice photo shoot with director Todd Solondz been just a few days later, maybe we'd have posed him with a wide piece of red duct tape... More>>
The Sound and the Grand Jury The Sound and the Grand Jury
Mock-doc rave flick deft but deafening, while Dash drug-biz pic sells Roc product, not plot
, April 05, 2005
The mega-club dance music scene is tough to mockumentarize. The excesses of Ibiza bacchanals have been highly self-parodic right from the... More>>
Porns and Halos: A Tame Look at Spanish Sex Films
, April 05, 2005
Its Saul Bass-y credits suggest an Almodóvarian flamboyance, but this impotent '70s-set comedy mostly skimps on discoteca stylishness. Off... More>>
Treasure Hunt Saga Ignores Rules of Space-Time Treasure Hunt Saga Ignores Rules of Space-Time
, April 05, 2005
Sahara is many things, but it is not a movie. It is the skull-splitting cacophony of 21 producers and four screenwriters (that we know about,... More>>
Rex Is Comedy
, April 05, 2005
Dismissing Park Chanwook's Oldboy in The New York Observer, Rex Reed soberly indicts Korean food: "What else can you expect from a nation weaned... More>>
The Top 40 Picks From the Tribeca Film Festival The Top 40 Picks From the Tribeca Film Festival
The Hit List
, April 05, 2005
Since the Tribeca Film Festival's 2002 debut, naysayers have grumbled that the last thing New York's crowded movie calendar needs is an event... More>>
Polar Opposites Polar Opposites
Desplechin's double-jointed narratives in first U.S. retro
, April 05, 2005
Arnaud Desplechin's films are as unstable as they are overstuffed. The 44-year-old French director, who receives his first full U.S. retro at BAM... More>>
Thirteen+2
Aimless Singaporean rebels in directionless youth flick
, April 05, 2005
Once a specialty of mainland Chinese and Taiwanese cinema, the alienated Asian youth subgenre inevitably finds its way to Singapore, where the... More>>
Abort, Retry, Fail Abort, Retry, Fail
Dr. Awkward: Solondz's universe remains static and schematic, backward and forward
, April 05, 2005
Somewhere over the rainbow and some-place beyond sarcasm lies the arid, forbidding world of Todd Solondz. Actually, "world" is a misnomer.... More>>
Their Arsenal: The Farrelly brothers replace soccer with Sox Their Arsenal: The Farrelly brothers replace soccer with Sox
, April 05, 2005
As regional yuck-meisters, the Farrelly brothers (like Todd Solondz) might once have been considered the spawn of John Waters. Always commercial,... More>>
Film
, April 05, 2005
The Museum of the Moving Image's current "Candid Cameras: Real Life on Film" (April 16 through May 8) offers a provocatively programmed crash... More>>
Film Film
, April 05, 2005
David Duchovny’s dreary directorial debut doesn’t deliver Like the new Jonathan Safran Foer novel, David Duchovny's directorial debut,... More>>
Back in the Saddle Back in the Saddle
Major improvement: Peckinpah's westernized 'Nam-era parable returns in bloody recut
, March 29, 2005
Play it again, Sam. A blustery, madcap preamble to the full-blooded anti-westerns that Mr. Peckinpah scorched our earth with a few years later... More>>
The Kickup Artist
Hidden master's oeuvre a hybrid of humor and homage
, March 29, 2005
"In real life, I am nothing," says Stephen Chow, 42, the star, director, writer, and producer of Kung Fu Hustle. (Of course, that's exactly what... More>>
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