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, March 15, 2005
NOWHERE MAN Written and directed by Tim McCann First Run, opens March 25, Quad With all due respect to the oeuvre of John Wayne Bobbitt, Nowhere... More>>
Pale Fire Pale Fire
Live-wire radical-socialist hero struggles to shake the world in a rough-hewn Russian epic
, March 08, 2005
Beginning with a slovenly nod to the WWI-era underworld serial Les Vampires and finishing on the same quote from Revelation that named Elem... More>>
Dearth in Venice: Locals Lost in Tourism Glut
, March 08, 2005
The Venice day-tripper may imagine herself wandering not a city but a floating outdoor museum, densely dotted with overpriced cafés and... More>>
The Machinists: Autopilot Plot Needs New Parts The Machinists: Autopilot Plot Needs New Parts
, March 08, 2005
Adhering to the Shrek model for box office success, Robots is an assemblage of clunky puns and canned moralizing, ostensibly made palatable for... More>>
Beer Eats the Soul Beer Eats the Soul
Doomed drunk recollects harsh, hard-knock life in portrait of embattled Scottish manhood
, March 08, 2005
Title notwithstanding, the protagonist of 16 Years of Alcohol knows his poison: "My name is Frankie," he announces at an AA meeting, "and I am a... More>>
Steaming Beauty
Revival of the fitters: Otomo renews old form in olde London
, March 08, 2005
Over a decade and a half ago, Katsuhiro Otomo brought futuristic Neo-Tokyo to life in the cyberpunk anime classic Akira. His latest, Steamboy... More>>
Mute Primitives Live, Die, and Gesticulate Wildly in Post-Apocalyptic Drama Mute Primitives Live, Die, and Gesticulate Wildly in Post-Apocalyptic Drama
, March 08, 2005
Five survivors of a nuclear holocaust grope and grunt their way through a desolate urban landscape, reacquainting themselves with such basic... More>>
Christ: The Comeback Tour
, March 08, 2005
JESUSLAND—Having crossed from Etats-Bleu to Red Planet America some 1,500 miles earlier, I felt it was time to start sampling the local... More>>
London Fog London Fog
17 years after Akira, Otomo evokes 19th-century England with steam balls and Satanic mills
, March 08, 2005
The most eagerly anticipated anime of the 21st century, Katsuhiro Otomo's big-budget Steamboy could probably never satisfy hardcore fans of... More>>
Double Negative: Woody's Latest a Tricksy Soap Opera Double Negative: Woody's Latest a Tricksy Soap Opera
, March 08, 2005
Less a return to form than a return to formalism, Woody Allen's 35th feature finds him happily at play in the house of fiction. Melinda and... More>>
Film
, March 08, 2005
One of the most original figures in American independent cinema, Thom Andersen—subject of a four-day retro at Anthology Film... More>>
Central Asian Indie Wastes Post-Apocalyptic Landscape Central Asian Indie Wastes Post-Apocalyptic Landscape
, March 08, 2005
A modest, formulaic day trip from Kazakhstan, produced and co-written by Russian mainstreamer Sergei Bodrov, Schizo observes the placid... More>>
Over There Over There
Documentarians bring the real war back home
, March 01, 2005
Despite the hundreds of journalists moving among the troops in Iraq, the images most Americans see of the war have remained limited. The extended... More>>
Foreign Legion Foreign Legion
Annual French buffet offers an array of international flavors, both original and orthodox
, March 01, 2005
In its 10th manifestation, Lincoln Center's annual buffet of Gallic entrées presents, among other things, a distinct vision of how... More>>
Pay Quid Forward: Hallucinating Kid Turns Philanthropist
, March 01, 2005
Danny Boyle's Millions is not what we'd expect from the Trainspotting and 28 Days Later director. It's essentially a gentle, kid's-eye parable: A... More>>
Look Back in Anger: Self-Pitying Drunks Drown in Glib Alkie Romance Look Back in Anger: Self-Pitying Drunks Drown in Glib Alkie Romance
, March 01, 2005
Contrary to the title, it's all downside here. Having announced that her husband has absconded to Sweden with his mistress, affluent... More>>
Sweet and Lowdown Sweet and Lowdown
Truck stop 'hos, Miami fuzz, and nude, wriggling bodies converge at downtown festival
, March 01, 2005
A roiling omnibus of subcult sprawl and see-what-sticks programming, the 12th New York Underground Film Festival hits puberty still strapped to... More>>
Play It Again, Siam Play It Again, Siam
Gods and monsters: Thai fest balances imports, local wares
, March 01, 2005
BANGKOK, THAILAND—As hospitable and confounding as the city itself, the Bangkok Film Festival is, like so much else in Thailand, inseparable... More>>
Sleepy, Hollow: Chatty Tween Grates in Dull Taos Hippie Tale Sleepy, Hollow: Chatty Tween Grates in Dull Taos Hippie Tale
, March 01, 2005
Were it not so soporific, Off the Map could easily drive you off your nut. Opening two years after its Sundance premiere, Campbell Scott's second... More>>
Dirty Pretty Thing Dirty Pretty Thing
Penélope Cruz makes abjection and vulgarity rather attractive in compelling Italian drama
, March 01, 2005
Actors directing actors: Beautiful Penélope Cruz gets to strut, wobble, and unglamorously shriek her stuff as the drab of desire opposite... More>>
Close-Up
, March 01, 2005
Approaching its midpoint, the Museum of Television & Radio's exhumation of John Cassavetes's television work has been full of line... More>>
Film
, March 01, 2005
"How can shit like this happen to the same guy twice?" was Bruce Willis's lament in Die Hard 2, which shouldered both its Xerox plot and its body... More>>
Film
, March 01, 2005
In this fine refresher course on recent Middle Eastern cinema, the woman's place is usually confining, claustrophobic, and fraught with peril, be... More>>
Truth or Consequences: A Trite Post-Apartheid Romance Truth or Consequences: A Trite Post-Apartheid Romance
, March 01, 2005
Rejecting vengeance in favor of an almost unimaginable well of forgiveness, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission marked an extraordinary... More>>
Film
, March 01, 2005
Pupi Avati has made over 30 features, but he's relatively unknown outside Italy except for The House With the Laughing Windows (1976), an uneven... More>>
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