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Hungover Hero: Things to Do in London When You're Dead Hungover Hero: Things to Do in London When You're Dead
, September 14, 2004
A pie-throwing, Maxim-Nintendo-stoner-pub-lad parody of the George Romero paradigm, Shaun of the Dead might be the sign that flesh-eating zombies... More>>
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, September 14, 2004
Gillo Pontecorvo followed The Battle of Algiers with another assault on colonialism, a Conradian story with Marxist overtones, set on a Caribbean... More>>
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, September 14, 2004
Nine years after retiring in the middle of a pennant race, Brewers slugger Stan Ross (Bernie Mac) learns that a corrected clerical error has left... More>>
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, September 14, 2004
You have to be a special kind of filmmaker to look at post–9-11 Afghanistan and find its chaos and suffering a great backdrop for your macho... More>>
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, September 14, 2004
Widower Rick O'Lette, an exec at the consulting firm Image (not to be confused with competitors Façade or Pretense), always has a put-down... More>>
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, September 14, 2004
Pupi Avati makes nostalgic films about middle-class and aristocratic Italians around the turn of the last century. The old-fashioned charm of... More>>
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, September 14, 2004
A lovingly overblown piece of terrorist-chic trashfilm, Bruce La Bruce's Raspberry Reich peoples a Berlin underworld with Baader-Meinhof cultists... More>>
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, September 14, 2004
"I am not the candidate of any political bosses or special interests. I am the candidate of the people," Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm announced... More>>
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, September 14, 2004
Does a man whose invention is immortalized in song—thousands of songs—need his praises sung in a movie? He's no weirdly charismatic... More>>
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, September 14, 2004
Give the man credit for persistence: Eric Schaeffer hasn't made a watchable movie yet, but he presses on, in the face of overwhelming criticism,... More>>
Red-State Blues Red-State Blues
The man-child candidate: John Sayles's no-boil detective trails a dim-witted Bush proxy
, September 07, 2004
With hardly a breath taken in contemplation of the sulfurous odor left to linger by Casa de los Babys, our reigning middle-class-liberal auteur... More>>
Double Fault: Aged 30-15, Two Mismatched Pros Can't Hit It Double Fault: Aged 30-15, Two Mismatched Pros Can't Hit It
, September 07, 2004
In his autobiography, You Cannot Be Serious, John McEnroe pauses a moment to acknowledge Rod Frawley, the Australian tennis player who, at the... More>>
The Last Picture Show The Last Picture Show
Ghosts in the machine: Tsai's haunted movie house evokes the shadows of cinemas past
, September 07, 2004
The poet and critic Parker Tyler once described the movie theater as the "psychoanalytic clinic of the average worker." Tsai Ming-liang's latest... More>>
Anime Sequel Philosophizes Amid Shoot-Outs and Cyborgs Anime Sequel Philosophizes Amid Shoot-Outs and Cyborgs
, September 07, 2004
As gloriously impenetrable as its title, and even more visually spectacular than its precursor, Mamoru Oshii's new anime—Ghost in the Shell... More>>
Double Exposure Double Exposure
The enemies within: Crisscrossing moles face off in a stylish hall-of-mirrors mood piece
, September 07, 2004
Two undercover scenarios fused into one tense, tail-chasing whole, the Hong Kong thriller Infernal Affairs recharged a slumping movie industry at... More>>
Disaster, Heartbreak, Bowling: Snapshots of Latin America Disaster, Heartbreak, Bowling: Snapshots of Latin America
, September 07, 2004
As if immune to economic collapse, Argentina's film industry not only thrives in spite of the country's financial crisis, but recent movies also... More>>
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, September 07, 2004
Cellular was written by a neophyte script polisher, and directed by a second-unit pro whose main fame claim is having helmed Final Destination 2,... More>>
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, September 07, 2004
Synthesizing elements from 2001, Dawn of the Dead, Alien, and even Solaris, the first Resident Evil was a breezy exercise in metakitsch. Jumping... More>>
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, September 07, 2004
A virtual spoiler siren for itself, the new film Incident at Loch Ness is a double-edged whoopee cushion, and writing about it is an act of... More>>
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, September 07, 2004
The legendary maestro of post-German-Expressionist grade-Z noir, ethnic indies, and cheap sci-fi flicks turns 100 this Friday (or maybe 104) and... More>>
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, September 07, 2004
"One single mystery for persons and objects," Robert Bresson wrote, and it's no disservice to his models (to use his preferred term) to note that... More>>
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, September 07, 2004
Filmed in 2002, Jennifer Elster's first feature, about artistic exorcism of childhood demons, transcends its own considerable self-indulgence... More>>
Two Socialites Have Sex, Make War in All the Wrong Places Two Socialites Have Sex, Make War in All the Wrong Places
, September 07, 2004
Dear Penthouse: I, Guy (Stuart Townsend) of Dublin, was a student at Cambridge in 1933. It was a dark and stormy night. Suddenly, free-spirited... More>>
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, September 07, 2004
Dianne Wiest plays a prima donna proffering an indifference to the world as opaque as the Sophia Loren sunglasses she wears. Her son Thomas,... More>>
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, September 07, 2004
It takes a (Czech) village: When Prague resistance fighter Eliska (Anna Geislerová) learns that the SS is after her, she flees to the... More>>
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