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Spain's High-Flying, Deep-Sea-Diving Quadriplegic Poet-Hero Spain's High-Flying, Deep-Sea-Diving Quadriplegic Poet-Hero
, December 07, 2004
Based on the chastened life and hastened death of Spanish euthanasia activist Ramón Sampedro, the painterly biopic The Sea Inside finds... More>>
Los Angelenos Play Themselves Los Angelenos Play Themselves
Sour intercultural comedy pits a desperate Bel Air housewife against her hot Mexican maid
, December 07, 2004
Despite the cross-cultural harmony promised by its title, Spanglish never budges from its side of the border—or from its side of a Bel Air... More>>
Hack the Knife Hack the Knife
Spacey's creepy take on Bobby Darin's life
, December 07, 2004
A bizarrely misshapen shrine erected in memory of semi-forgotten crooner Bobby Darin, Beyond the Sea may be the worst biopic of the season. But... More>>
Film Film
, December 07, 2004
Tom Kalin's 1992 low-rent, smooth-as-silk re-upholstering of the infamous flapper-age Leopold and Loeb murder case is aptly titled: It's as much... More>>
Film
, December 07, 2004
A dedicated voyeur at the human zoo, Dog Days auteur Ulrich Seidl was first a documentarian, and here's his 1995 keynote film, a disquieting... More>>
See The Sea
, December 07, 2004
A Jacques Cousteau quote, handwritten in a library book (Diving for Sunken Treasure), leads Max Fischer to Miss Cross in Wes Anderson's Rushmore.... More>>
Film
, December 07, 2004
The DVD-ization of Carl Theodor Dreyer continues apace with the release of this forgotten 1924 German Expressionist treasure, as antiquated by... More>>
Film
, December 07, 2004
Flip through the back-page ads of this paper and you will find that the business of sex takes myriad forms. Such is the premise behind Whore, a... More>>
Film
, December 07, 2004
Elf's Santa smelled "like beef and cheese" and Bad Santa's buttfucked. Every holiday film season sees the Santa suit thrown on some fumbler, and... More>>
Film
, December 07, 2004
Murderous Maids meets Monster, Giada Colagrande's debut feature is a grim, risible downward spiral of pseudo-porn. Maria (Natalie Cristiani)... More>>
Film
, December 07, 2004
The latest and most luxurious launch of K-horror to both hit U.S. screens and get immediately bought up for remake purposes, Kim Ji-woon's moody... More>>
Film
, November 30, 2004
Once upon a time, there was a little film that sundered virtually every classic Old World taboo, against sexual lust, fetishism, sadism,... More>>
That Sinking Feeling That Sinking Feeling
The old man and the sea: Bill Murray weathers a midlife crisis in a dawdling big-fish story
, November 30, 2004
A helium-tickled beach ball of a movie that struggles to stay inflated, Wes Anderson's lumberingly titled new film is all absurd-ironic concept:... More>>
Life on a String in Takeshi Kitano's Sentimental Triptych Life on a String in Takeshi Kitano's Sentimental Triptych
, November 30, 2004
The cognitive disconnect in regard to—and perhaps at the deliberate hands of—Takeshi Kitano grows inexorably wider with Dolls, his 2002... More>>
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>>
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