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Once Upon a Mattress Once Upon a Mattress
, May 29, 2001
The last decade has witnessed a revival of interest in the films of "pre-Code" Hollywood, a term covering the bracing period in the early '30s... More>>
Days of Infamy Days of Infamy
, May 29, 2001
The surprise Japanese air raid on the American fleet that provides the premise for Memorial Day's supreme blockbuster, Michael Bay's $140 million... More>>
God and Man at Cannes God and Man at Cannes
The Mirror Has Two Faces
, May 29, 2001
CANNES, FRANCE—At the least, there are two Cannes Film Festivals. The best-known is a glamorous, star-driven affair that draws le public to... More>>
Not for Ourselves Alone Not for Ourselves Alone
, May 29, 2001
Equal parts documentarian and melodramatist of the disenfranchised, Ken Loach protests the political and socioeconomic forces behind personal... More>>
Homo Superior
, May 29, 2001
Though the 13th annual New York Gay and Lesbian Film Festival opens with the high-profile Hedwig and the Angry Inch, the documentary Bombay... More>>
Ready to Eat Ready to Eat
, May 29, 2001
The Italy you confront in the new Walter Reade series is restlessly global in two opposing senses of the word: On one hand, immigrant-infused... More>>
Figments of Your Hallucination Figments of Your Hallucination
Bingeing and Purging at Cannes
, May 29, 2001
CANNES, FRANCE—It was somehow appropriate that the illusory, use-once-and-destroy pop plaything known as Moulin Rouge, curtain raiser for... More>>
For Your Ice Only For Your Ice Only
Inuit Director Wins Camera d'Or
, May 29, 2001
CANNES, FRANCEÑZacharias Kunuk grew up along the coast of the Canadian Arctic, where until the age of nine he and his family lived as... More>>
, May 29, 2001
Past Pop for Now People Cannes-Cannes Kicks Off by Dennis Lim Moretti Wins at Cannes The Results Are In by Dennis Lim For Your Ice Only Inuit... More>>
Jim McKay’s Dreams So Real Jim McKay’s Dreams So Real
High School Confidential
, May 22, 2001
Jim McKay is screening his film Our Song at the Hostos Lincoln Academy in the Bronx, where he's serving as Principal for a Day, and he's... More>>
Hungry Heart Hungry Heart
, May 22, 2001
For a couple of movies now, the words "starring Jennifer Lopez" have heralded little more than low-aspiration, risk-immune star vehicles. Yet... More>>
Kitsch as Kitsch Can Kitsch as Kitsch Can
, May 22, 2001
The grander the passion, the kitschier; the crazier the kitsch, the better. Why not cast the whole 20th century as just another silly love song?... More>>
What It Feels Like for a Girl What It Feels Like for a Girl
, May 22, 2001
Our Song is an exemplary coming-of-age tale not least because it so gracefully transcends its genre—for all its verité specificity,... More>>
Fast Company
, May 22, 2001
In one resounding ker-splat, Hong Kong shitstorm Tsui Hark has finally made a crater above Canal Street, thanks to a blistering new film (Time... More>>
Moretti Wins at Cannes Moretti Wins at Cannes
The Results Are In
, May 22, 2001
CANNES, FRANCE— Nanni Moretti's The Son's Room, a film designed especially to make grown men weep, walked off with the Palme d'Or on Sunday... More>>
Manic Regression Manic Regression
, May 15, 2001
With DreamWorks' new all-digital confection, Shrek, computer animation has finally achieved a dismaying marzipan-ness. Three dimensions are... More>>
Richard Widmark’s High-Low Country Richard Widmark’s High-Low Country
, May 15, 2001
No one ever made a more haunting film debut than Richard Widmark. Just recruited from Broadway, the young actor lucked out at Fox in his first... More>>
Diner for Two
, May 15, 2001
Take a couple of love-starved women, add a few jerky, insecure men, throw in some grimy downtown New York locations, stir it all together with... More>>
Daydream Believer
, May 15, 2001
A pomo coming-of-age story, Strange Fits of Passion focuses on its nameless twentysomething heroine's search for the perfect lay—or at least... More>>
Cities of Lost Children Cities of Lost Children
, May 15, 2001
Jacques Doillon is best known for Ponette, a lacerating passion play in which a preschooler simply, stubbornly refuses to believe that her... More>>
Bigger, Longer & Uncut
The Hours and Times
, May 15, 2001
Somewhere it is etched in the spongy blacktop of popular-art history that the ideal, or at least appropriate, length for feature films is between... More>>
Past Pop for Now People Past Pop for Now People
Cannes-Cannes Kicks Off
, May 15, 2001
CANNES, FRANCE—Posh and tacky in equal measure, the Cannes Film Festival kicked off its 54th installment last Wednesday night with Moulin... More>>
Contra Iran
Jafar Panahi’s INS Trial
, May 15, 2001
The same weekend Jafar Panahi's The Circle opened in New York, the Iranian director was handcuffed, chained, and thrown into detention—not... More>>
Godard's Newest Masterpiece Godard's Newest Masterpiece
, May 15, 2001
CANNES, FRANCE—Jean-Luc Godard's Éloge de L'Amour screened on the seventh day of Cannes 2001, turning a relatively lackluster and... More>>
Lynch's 'City of Dreams' and More Lynch's 'City of Dreams' and More
, May 15, 2001
CANNES, FRANCE—After a first half that a Hollywood Reporter headline pronounced "d'Or-mant" and an Indiewire report (evoking the title of... More>>
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