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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>>
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, 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>>
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, 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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, February 08, 2005
The best parts of Sky Blue, a dystopian tale of class struggle and environmental doom set in 2142, have little to do with this Korean animation's... More>>
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, February 08, 2005
Satirizing the mix of terror, adoration, and resentment that accompanies new parenthood in a kids' movie is a little like inviting your mom along... More>>
Bigmouth Strikes Again Bigmouth Strikes Again
Deep impact: Porno doc looks back at the culture wars set off by a landmark '70s skin flick
, February 01, 2005
A famous Andy Warhol movie consists solely of a man's face in close-up as he's fellated by an offscreen partner. The HBO documentary Inside Deep... More>>
Band of Outsiders Band of Outsiders
Godard's 'children' return to the screen
, February 01, 2005
That period known as the '60s is one of the richest in world cinema, but it can also be condensed as a single name. Not since D.W. Griffith was... More>>
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, February 01, 2005
Calling all Derridettes: The headiest movie in the annual "Film Comment Selects" is surely The Ister, a three-hour Australian cine-essay inspired... More>>
Pulp and Circumstance Pulp and Circumstance
Samurai slaughter and political journeys collide at a cinemaniacs' annual playground date
, February 01, 2005
For the fifth year in a row, the staff of America's leading—make that only—non-academic magazine about movies reassembles its favorite... More>>
Dispatches From War-Torn Countries Abound at Nonfiction Fest Dispatches From War-Torn Countries Abound at Nonfiction Fest
, February 01, 2005
It's smart of MOMA, amid the hubbub and scrutiny surrounding its structural renovations, to offer in this year's Documentary Fortnight several... More>>
The Ladykiller The Ladykiller
The man who screwed too much: Will Smith charms in faux-cynical V-Day romantic comedy
, February 01, 2005
On the face of it, a high-stakes Hollywood blockbuster bankrolled by powerful white guys about a young black guy who massages the romantic mojos... More>>
Transient Landscape Artworks Live on in Cinematic Form
, February 01, 2005
As monumental, evanescent projects involving the collaboration of hundreds and designed for a mass audience, the art of husband-and-wife team... More>>
It's All About the Money in B-Wood Update of Austen’s Classic Novel It's All About the Money in B-Wood Update of Austen’s Classic Novel
, February 01, 2005
Every so often, the unseen managers of the galaxy bestow on us mere mortals a vision of rare incongruous beauty: a solar eclipse, a streaking... More>>
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, February 01, 2005
If you're a hardcore fan of modern martial arts cinema, chances are the U.S. theatrical arrival of Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior—the well-oiled... More>>
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, February 01, 2005
An intimate companion piece to 2002's epic, globe-spanning Winged Migration, Judy Irving's The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill tracks a flock of... More>>
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, February 01, 2005
Curse Ridley Scott for unwittingly inflaming race relations in Lewiston, Maine. His 2001 Black Hawk Down inspired the more jingoistic members of... More>>
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Saints and sinners: Humanist portrait of a holy nightmare
, February 01, 2005
A very odd thriller" is how Italian director Marco Bellocchio describes My Mother's Smile, his uncannily beautiful and deeply humanist... More>>
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, February 01, 2005
"This is gonna get ugly," one character says near the beginning of Boogeyman, and he's not just talking about running out of booze at his office... More>>
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