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Winged Migration Winged Migration
Angels in the Architecture
, July 08, 2003
As you may have noticed, the much touted '90s "angel craze" is still going strong in the '00s. And venturing beyond Charlie's benign... More>>
No Man's Language
WWII Love in Lapland
, July 08, 2003
A far cry from the proletarian dilapidation on display at BAM's current Aki Kaurismäki retro, the Finland of The Cuckoo practically gleams... More>>
, July 08, 2003
I Capture the Castle Directed by Tim Fywell Samuel Goldwyn, opens July 11, at Chelsea Cinemas and Cinema 2 In medieval England, invaders used to... More>>
Rio Men Have Curves Rio Men Have Curves
Brazil's Working-Class Heroes
, July 01, 2003
Released on the heels of City of God, Karim Aïnouz's first feature, Madame Satã, is likewise a gritty, sweaty slice of history set in... More>>
Behind the Musicals
The Need for Freed
, July 01, 2003
The baffling Oscar triumph of Chicago might represent a flat-footed step toward a broader studio confidence in the musical. But what if the gates... More>>
Monsters Ink
The Reflecting Skin
, July 01, 2003
If it didn't so obviously borrow from other epidermally obsessed movies, namely The Silence of the Lambs and Peter Greenaway's The Pillow Book,... More>>
Anarchy Then and Now Anarchy Then and Now
The Revolution Is Televised
, July 01, 2003
So far as mental fireworks go, the Fourth of July weekend is unlikely to offer anything more spectacular than Peter Watkins's masterpiece La... More>>
They're Back They're Back
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sequels?
, July 01, 2003
"The future has not been written . . . " the young narrator solemnly muses at the beginning of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. That's true... More>>
Dive, She Said Dive, She Said
Thicker Than Water
, July 01, 2003
In François Ozon's films—no less than in, say, Virginia Woolf or Tsai Ming-liang—water is a symbol of the ungovernable,... More>>
Arabian Noughts
Sinbad and the Order of the Phoenix
, July 01, 2003
What a difference 45 years makes. In The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958), the first film given over to Ray Harryhausen's nightmare menagerie of... More>>
Reich and Wrong
The Pastor's Tools
, June 24, 2003
Controversy continues to swirl around the Christian church's tacit collusion in the crimes of the Holocaust. Now along comes Bonhoeffer, Martin... More>>
Time to Get Ill Time to Get Ill
Afflicted Zombies and Zen Acrobats
, June 24, 2003
To every creatively frozen, summer-movie ice age comes a little heat lightning, and these gray dog days it's Danny Boyle's 28 Days Later. On one... More>>
The Sum of All Fears The Sum of All Fears
Nuclear Brinkmanship, Suicide Attacks, and Driver's-Ed Scares
, June 24, 2003
There's a classroom "education film" included in the automobile-safety compilation Hell's Highway (see below) that boldly telegraphs its intent... More>>
Idol Minds Idol Minds
We Go Together
, June 24, 2003
Like American Idol itself, From Justin to Kelly intends to flout coastal-elite notions of what the breadbasket calls entertainment. With... More>>
Micro Softies
Spanking the Mouse
, June 24, 2003
On_Line marks a milestone of sorts in the evolution of the masturbatory genre one might call the Sundance rom-com—not for the techno-tweaks... More>>
Too Fast, Too Furious Too Fast, Too Furious
A Pair of Documentaries Grapple With Fanaticism and Forgiveness
, June 24, 2003
It set off a shock wave, this forgiveness. Near the beginning of My Terrorist, filmmaker Yulie Cohen Gerstel appears on Israeli television to... More>>
The Sound of Sex
A Little Night Magic
, June 24, 2003
Claire Denis's sensuous movies are less talk than texture. Storytelling is confidently subverbal, almost artisanal, distilled to elemental acts... More>>
One-Night Stands One-Night Stands
Gridlock in Paris, Gunfights in L.A.
, June 17, 2003
The unexpected brief encounter that Claire Denis takes as her subject in Friday Night is not founded on the thrill of anonymous sex but something... More>>
Beasts of Burden Beasts of Burden
Incredible Bulks in Parent Traps
, June 17, 2003
It's not so easy being green—that much we know. Striving with science-nerd earnestness to be more than merely a summer box-office... More>>
Lost and Bound
There Is No Quarter
, June 17, 2003
Week two of the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival features several documentaries that address the plight of refugees. In Asylum, a... More>>
In Between Days In Between Days
The Realm of the Senses
, June 17, 2003
Between the suicide of Hong Kong omni-star Leslie Cheung and Justin Lin's movie-as-movement Better Luck Tomorrow forcing a toe in Hollywood's... More>>
Guided by Voices
, June 17, 2003
Now in its 19th year, the Israel Film Festival continues to offer complex portraits of a land known largely through sound bites. The loss of... More>>
Free and Freerer Free and Freerer
Notes on the Dumb-Buddy Film
, June 17, 2003
Only if there's nothing on TV but interviews with Hillary Clinton, and you can't get into any movie except the Cremaster cycle; only then should... More>>
The World in His Arms
Gregory Peck, 1916–2003
, June 17, 2003
Gregory Peck, who died at age 87 on Thursday, June 12, was one of Hollywood's most iconographic leading men. It was commonplace to associate the... More>>
Assassination Tangos Assassination Tangos
Gangsters No. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
, June 10, 2003
An inexplicable pageant of extraterrestrial coolness, Pistol Opera is pulp artiste Seijun Suzuki's first film to see a U.S. release in more than... More>>
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