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Film Film
, January 27, 2004
Roman Polanski's 1976 English-language, Paris-set creepfest—revived for a week in a new 35mm print—was adapted from a novel by the... More>>
Supersize Me Supersize Me
Sundance docs: Board youth, iMacs, Big Macs and big mouths—who in Tarnation is next
, January 27, 2004
Park City, Utah—Given the rowdy frat-boy vibe to which so much Sundance fiction has seemed to cater, it came as scant surprise that the... More>>
Fading to the right: No cutting edge in Barbershop sequel Fading to the right: No cutting edge in Barbershop sequel
, January 27, 2004
Easy dozens and feel-good buzz saved the first Barbershop from its own moralistic claptrap, even if half the time Cedric the Entertainer's Eddie... More>>
Film Film
, January 27, 2004
The second film of a projected trilogy on post-Holocaust Judaism (following 1997's A Life Apart: Hasidism in America), Menachem Daum and Oren... More>>
Feeding Frenzy Feeding Frenzy
Stunts, moguls, buffed-up people, and sharks—fitting for a film festival at a ski resort
, January 27, 2004
PARK CITY, UTAH—"I wanted to go skiing!" whines one petulant yuppie to her traveling companion—and no, these aren't the people sitting... More>>
The Return of Shadows
Long thought lost, Cassavetes's early version sees the light
, January 27, 2004
Rotterdam, The Netherlands—John Cassavetes's Shadows, the founding work of the American independent cinema, has always had its own... More>>
Film Film
, January 27, 2004
After the abominable Myth of Fingerprints and World Traveler, indie hack Bart Freundlich has now traveled the path you almost hoped he'd take:... More>>
Coal Miners' Slaughter Coal Miners' Slaughter
Murder by numbers: Chinese workers get the shaft in new dog-eat-dog capitalist economy
, January 20, 2004
Harsh and compelling, Li Yang's Blind Shaft has the focused intensity of a vintage B movie. This sometimes shockingly direct account of greed and... More>>
Two Notorious Classics From the Golden Age of Surrealism Two Notorious Classics From the Golden Age of Surrealism
, January 20, 2004
Luis Buñuel began his movie career with the most notorious opening sequence in movie history. Un Chien Andalou, which Buñuel and... More>>
Film
, January 20, 2004
Over the past few years, Paul Buhle—the indefatigable labor historian, comic book maven, C.L.R. James expert, and gentile... More>>
World's Hardest Movie Quiz 2004
, January 20, 2004
Here, once again, the semi-annual Stuart Byron Movie Trivia Quiz attempts to confound the world's cine-trivia cabalists, who today have 3 billion... More>>
Pause for Commercial Pause for Commercial
Sundance '04: A growth industry, but Biskind's tell-all both thrills and chills the indie set
, January 20, 2004
Park City, Utah—Sundance 2004's movies received the hyped-up adoration typical of the annual indie film bonanza, but it was the timely... More>>
An Eclectic Polish Filmmaker Explores Fate and Fanaticism An Eclectic Polish Filmmaker Explores Fate and Fanaticism
, January 20, 2004
Jerzy Kawalerowicz has always gone his own way. Although this most cosmopolitan of Polish directors began about the same time as compatriots... More>>
Film Film
, January 20, 2004
When Madstone Theaters backed out of plans to premiere this gay Mormon romance in Salt Lake City (concurrent with openings in L.A. and New York),... More>>
Triple Thread Triple Thread
Suite smell of success: a dramatic cycle so well assembled you can put it together yourself
, January 20, 2004
Shot all at once, interwoven like a Persian gabbeh, and released here in an unprecedented three-week sequence, the triple feature that comprises... More>>
Restaurant Celebrities Overshadow Brooklyn Restaurant Restaurant Celebrities Overshadow Brooklyn Restaurant
, January 20, 2004
Eat This New York is a film about a pair of likable bumblers from St. Paul who, early in 2001, set out to open a hipster restaurant in... More>>
The Princeton Review The Princeton Review
Real teen movies have bell curves
, January 20, 2004
In the underachieving teen-heist flick The Perfect Score, six high school seniors, who span the GPA and class-rank spectrum, try to spirit the... More>>
Risky Business Risky Business
Young executives keep cinephilia alive in the indie film industry's post-bust recovery
, January 13, 2004
Market watchers called 2003 a rebound year. But tell that to the ailing film industry, which faced its first downturn since 1991, with... More>>
Legally Conned: Soap Opera Star Impersonates Matinee Idol Legally Conned: Soap Opera Star Impersonates Matinee Idol
, January 13, 2004
First glimpsed giving an unbearably smarmy performance, Tad Hamilton (Josh Duhamel), it's clear from the outset, might as well be called Cad... More>>
Film Film
, January 13, 2004
A rriving on the heels of the "year of the documentary" and the Queer Eye-inspired valence of "the makeover" as gateway to self-actualization,... More>>
Honey, I Punk'd the Shrinks Honey, I Punk'd the Shrinks
Secret lives of therapists: Meta-documentary ponders the art and craft of psychoanalysis
, January 13, 2004
Empathy, Amie Siegel's seriously playful essay on the art and craft of psychoanalysis, opens with a close-up of a commanding, if unoccupied,... More>>
A Sultry Silent-Screen Star Is Finally Ready For Her Close-Up
, January 13, 2004
You needn't be a shrink to understand the appeal of the beautiful Chinese American actress and sometime siren Anna May Wong (1905-61). The real... More>>
Film Film
, January 13, 2004
Fate has decreed Anna May Wong the subject of two new books, each filled with fascinating material and both convincingly characterizing the... More>>
Winged Migration Winged Migration
New time-travel technology perfected: Ashton Kutcher discovers the magic of reading
, January 13, 2004
The logistics of time travel remains one of science fiction's great challenges. The thrill of tampering with the past or peering into the future... More>>
Film
, January 13, 2004
First-time director Joseph Kahn, known for his flashy music videos (he won a Moonman for Eminem's "Without Me"), gets an opportunity to bring his... More>>
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