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, February 15, 2005
David O. Russell's best and boldest film yet is a comedy about the meaning of life, the nature of reality, the mystery of consciousness, and the... More>>
Film
, February 15, 2005
Four years after May '68, Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin examine the wreckage: fading workers' empowerment, media fatuity, capitalist... More>>
Million Dollar Lady: Transgender Boxer Goes Out Of Bounds Million Dollar Lady: Transgender Boxer Goes Out Of Bounds
, February 15, 2005
A market-driven fusion of two of Thailand's highest-grossing recent cinematic exports—the transvestite sports comedy Iron Ladies and the... More>>
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, February 15, 2005
A would-be actor's showcase, this Brazilian Front Window revolves around Fernanda Montenegro's Regina, a police informant whose work seems to... More>>
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, February 15, 2005
Stereotype acquires new meaning as ballooning ideas about violation, jocks, advertising, imagery, macho hypocrisy, and postcolonial identities... More>>
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, February 15, 2005
Golden Girls meets Workers' Daily, Laura Gabbert's compassionate, thoughtful doc captures a lively senescent friendship. A former social worker,... More>>
Film
, February 15, 2005
In Philip F. Messina's limp, leftover (from 1998) Hollywood satire about struggling character actors, Bill Murray affirms himself as a true... More>>
Harsh Mistress: Considering Muratova's Post-Soviet Films Harsh Mistress: Considering Muratova's Post-Soviet Films
, February 15, 2005
"Bold" is not a lightly applied word—as represented by the unfettered films this gray panther has made in the post-Soviet era, Kira Muratova... More>>
Film
, February 15, 2005
"This is the thea-tah, Peter," says an aged thespian to Bigger Than the Sky's protag, a graphic designer (Marcus Thomas) and thea-tah neophyte... More>>
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, February 15, 2005
Since the late '90s, Atlantan comedian-playwright Tyler Perry has toured the Christian theater circuit with bawdy inspirationals, fusing moral... More>>
Film
, February 15, 2005
The first Academy Award ceremony—which took place on May 16, 1929, at a banquet in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel—bore little... More>>
Film
, February 15, 2005
Welcoming the pioneers of celluloid-free moviemaking, the Moving Image's ongoing Digital Masters series showcases the new medium's particular... More>>
Goodbye, Children Goodbye, Children
In first film from post-Saddam Iraq, refugee kids missing parents and limbs eke out a living
, February 08, 2005
The first feature made in Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein belongs to a fecund Iranian cinema tradition, in which the experiences of kids... More>>
A Place in the Sun: Retro Remembers RKO's Renaissance Man A Place in the Sun: Retro Remembers RKO's Renaissance Man
, February 08, 2005
In spite of the popularity of some of his films, George Stevens remains a relatively ignored figure. During the 1930s, he was RKO's most... More>>
Pimp, Prostitute Crazy in Love in Korean Drama
, February 08, 2005
Although wildly antithetical, Kim Ki-duk's The Isle and his faux-Buddhist breakout Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter . . . and Spring share a few... More>>
Sixty Feet Under Sixty Feet Under
Germany's first mainstream Hitler movie provides catharsis, if only for a German audience
, February 08, 2005
With Berlin in ruins and the Red Army advancing, Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels promised his colleagues that "in a hundred years' time... More>>
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Three-picture deal: Varda shorts explore memory and art
, February 08, 2005
A work of great charm and bold aesthetic impurity, Agnès Varda's Cinévardaphoto is a suite of documentary shorts. Taken as a whole,... More>>
Film
, February 08, 2005
Opening BAM's retrospective (through March 2), Henri-Georges Clouzot's 1943 second feature, The Raven (Le Corbeau), is as brilliantly nasty as... More>>
Winter Light Winter Light
Stunning Russian whatsit, embedded Iraq doc, Malaysian new wave elevate lowlands fest
, February 08, 2005
ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS—For the weary Sundancer, there is no more invigorating detox plan than to head straight from the Utah slopes to the... More>>
Whoa Is Me: Keanu Dons Noir Drag for Infernal Adventure Whoa Is Me: Keanu Dons Noir Drag for Infernal Adventure
, February 08, 2005
You'd think people would be gorged on comic-book depictions of good and evil after last year's protracted moral-values muck crawl, but... More>>
Film
, February 08, 2005
A nutso look into brotherly love blurring into boyband buggery, Harry and Max plays like an episode of Behind the Music as scripted by Dennis... More>>
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, February 08, 2005
BAM's month of creep-out Mondays and Tuesdays is a variety pack of genre extremes. The trad gory gothic is represented by Lamberto Bava's... More>>
About Schultze: A German Accordionist's Lost Highway About Schultze: A German Accordionist's Lost Highway
, February 08, 2005
What hints at a wacky one-note polka—staid, retired German miner and accordion hobbyist upends his life upon hearing zydeco—ends up an... More>>
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, February 08, 2005
Because of Winn-Dixie is a dog with pedigree. The source is a Newbery-honored children's novel by Kate DiCamillo, and the director is the not... More>>
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, February 08, 2005
This low-key doc about lost-and-found Other Music cult hero Gary Wilson so sweetly underplays its hand that even the most jaundiced skeptics of... More>>
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