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Pill-popping prostitute driven mad by crashing piano chords Pill-popping prostitute driven mad by crashing piano chords
, February 24, 2004
Where have all those flowers gone? That's the question of the hour in Olivier Dahan's posh and overwrought tale of gorgeous scenery and mental... More>>
Duking It Out
A new John Wayne biography's surprising claims
, February 24, 2004
The most important American of our time is John Wayne," critic Eric Bentley once declared. Did Stalin agree? A new biography makes the surprising... More>>
Twilight of the Ice Nymphs Twilight of the Ice Nymphs
Hypothermic nudity, escaped parakeets, and diva fits on the coldest set in the world
, February 24, 2004
This is the second installment of Guy Maddin's production diary for The Saddest Music in the World. Click here for Part I. The movie premieres in... More>>
Brothers from another planet achieve liftoff in new Canadian series Brothers from another planet achieve liftoff in new Canadian series
, February 24, 2004
Canadian Front," MOMA's inaugural installment in an annual tribute to the cinema of the northern lights, is an almost too well-rounded portrait... More>>
Retouching the Void Retouching the Void
Two docs ponder physical and emotional wreckage of 9-11
, February 24, 2004
Does time really heal all wounds? That hoary aphorism was in doubt long before 9-11, and it's about to be put to the test again by a pair of docs... More>>
A B-list dreamboat's dream role: Your own impersonal Jesus
, February 24, 2004
Playing Jesus in a movie doesn't bestow professional obscurity so much as signify it. Take The Passion of the Christ: Before starring in Mel... More>>
They Love the '70s They Love the '70s
Don't give up on them baby: Stiller and Wilson resurrect ambiguously gay supercop duo
, February 24, 2004
The new Starsky & Hutch movie faces more uphill battles than your average exercise in retro-snark. It arrives not only on the heels of several... More>>
Frighty Blighty: Mad dogs, razor blades, and Englishmen Frighty Blighty: Mad dogs, razor blades, and Englishmen
, February 24, 2004
Given the historical context and literary roots, it's a wonder that the British film industry's post-war exploration of Gothic chaos hasn't... More>>
A young Israeli director ponders lost dreams and greedy realities A young Israeli director ponders lost dreams and greedy realities
, February 24, 2004
If I wanted to make a film about migrant labor in my country, I would have made a documentary," says Israeli filmmaker Ra'anan Alexandrowicz.... More>>
Coming right at you: The gimmick that would not die
, February 24, 2004
In the early 1950s, movie audiences, beguiled by television, deserted theaters in droves. Hollywood, in the greatest state of upheaval since... More>>
Film Film
, February 24, 2004
The Reckoning Directed by Paul McGuigan Paramount Classics, opens March 5 This life simply has to be harsh, to prevent earthly life being... More>>
Courage to Be Rich Courage to Be Rich
In the company of women: New doc on the females of finance steers clear of the F-word
, February 17, 2004
Forget the true-love stuff; the real "what women want" fantasy of Something's Gotta Give is the plain fact of Erica Barry—a whip-smart woman... More>>
Time and tide: Class struggle on the New York waterfront Time and tide: Class struggle on the New York waterfront
, February 17, 2004
Make a New York waterfront movie today—now that the action has moved to cost-effective New Jersey container ports—and it would have to... More>>
This charming man: From Eurotrash to aristocrats
, February 17, 2004
Tall and dark with a twisted smile, the Italian actor Vittorio Gassman (1922-2000) lent his rakish charm to roles as petty crooks, disabled... More>>
No rage and lots of bull in Meg Ryan's Erin Brockovich act No rage and lots of bull in Meg Ryan's Erin Brockovich act
, February 17, 2004
Cut me, Mick! Maybe that'll keep me awake. With the same movie star hairdo that squashed Jennifer Aniston's bid for store-clerkness in The Good... More>>
Flogged to Death Flogged to Death
Muscular action, cosmetic wonders: Mel gives the Christ story a fantasy-epic makeover
, February 17, 2004
Welcome, friends, to Medieval Times: jihads, crusades, fundamentalist fanatics of all persuasions, and this week, thundering into your... More>>
A Devoted Son Keeps Berlin All Quiet on the Western Front A Devoted Son Keeps Berlin All Quiet on the Western Front
, February 17, 2004
Christianity is not the only religion celebrated at the movies this week. Also opening for Lent, Wolfgang Becker's Good Bye, Lenin! is predicated... More>>
Tracking Shot Tracking Shot
, February 17, 2004
Seems like Gene Hackman's philandering president recovered from the bloody scandal that besmirched him in Absolute Power. In Welcome to... More>>
The Sun Also Rises The Sun Also Rises
Linklater's romantic nine-years-later sequel shines through a cloudy Berlin Film Festival
, February 17, 2004
BERLIN, GERMANY—Four years after its big move east, the Berlin Film Festival can sometimes seem as awkwardly stranded as the reborn city... More>>
Sarah Jacobson 1971-2004 Sarah Jacobson 1971-2004
Remembering an unstoppable force of DIY moviemaking
, February 17, 2004
"No one wants to listen to my story," Kristin Calabrese screams in Sarah Jacobson's 1992 riot-grrrl cine-manifesto I Was a Teenage Serial Killer,... More>>
New York independents in Berlin New York independents in Berlin
, February 17, 2004
A pair of years-in-the-making experimental narratives from independent-minded New York filmmakers were among the highlights of this year's Forum.... More>>
Film
, February 17, 2004
ALILA Directed by Amos Gitai Kino International Opens February 27 Cinema Village Israel's one-man new wave, Amos Gitai, surveys his nation's... More>>
Film
, February 10, 2004
"This is so lame," moans a spectator at a third-tier circus featuring a bovine funambulist, rocket-propelled hound, juggling ferret, and... More>>
Brain-damaged: Barrymore gets to forget; what about us? Brain-damaged: Barrymore gets to forget; what about us?
, February 10, 2004
Don't you hate the way women you wanna fuck always end up getting all clingy? Wish you could meet one who had car-crash-induced temporal-lobe... More>>
Film
, February 10, 2004
Having idled in Eurofest-land for four years, Jerzy Stuhr's The Big Animal is finally being hoisted here on the virtue of its Kieslowski... More>>
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