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The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime
, March 27, 2001
With the sugar-smacked, thoroughly groovy Spy Kids, Robert Rodriguez proves he understands things about children's entertainment that have been... More>>
Family Trees
, March 27, 2001
Fascinating combination of hippie dreamer and determined pragmatist, Julia Butterfly Hill became an unlikely celebrity when she clambered 180... More>>
Satan Tango
, March 27, 2001
An icon of persecution and an object of longing, the shtetl has undergone a small revival in recent European cinema. Simon Magus, an ambitious... More>>
Pulp Nonfiction
'Amores Perros' Leads a Mexican Revival
, March 27, 2001
"Ten years ago this was a peaceful city," says director Alejandro González Iñárritu about Mexico City, the exhilaratingly... More>>
Naked Lunch
, March 27, 2001
About seven years ago, the now 80-year-old Tobias Schneebaum was persuaded by novice brother-sister filmmakers David and Laurie Gwen Shapiro to... More>>
Occupational Hazards Occupational Hazards
, March 20, 2001
You walk into a movie nobody's ever heard of, from a country that never seems to appear on an airline map, and hey—it's something good! Now... More>>
Have Weaponry, Will Travel Have Weaponry, Will Travel
, March 20, 2001
Departing under duress, Berlin Film Festival director Moritz de Hadeln chose for his final opening night a film guaranteed to offend his mostly... More>>
Bipolar Ex
, March 20, 2001
Sometime in the last 10 years, the spiked punch of Hollywood romantic banter fermented into throat-scouring moonshine. In teen flicks lately,... More>>
Children of the Revolution Children of the Revolution
, March 20, 2001
Commonly referred to as one of the world's most conspicuous film cultures, Iranian cinema actually has a good shot at being the most significant... More>>
Outsider Providence
, March 20, 2001
Among the second generation of postwar Italian filmmakers who came to prominence during the '60s, none has proven more idiosyncratic than Ermanno... More>>
Over the Moon Down Under Over the Moon Down Under
, March 13, 2001
A silk-stitched Aussie softball that suggests an insecure nation plagued with longing for global consequence, The Dish plays like a promotional... More>>
Desert Roses
African Film Comes of Age
, March 13, 2001
Among the best surprises of the 17th edition of the Festival of Pan-African Cinema in Ouagadougou (FESPACO) was a mini-barrage of films... More>>
Pioneer Trails
Projectionists Picket Two Boots Theater
, March 13, 2001
Moviegoers arriving at the Two Boots Pioneer Theater for some recent screenings have been treated to a preview available nowhere else in the... More>>
All the Girls of Their Age All the Girls of Their Age
, March 13, 2001
Unless you're a cop or a hit man, movies seldom give more than a wink and a nod to your line of employment. TV adds doctors, lawyers, and... More>>
Dumb and Dumber
, March 13, 2001
Less genuinely disturbed than developmentally arrested, the latest "Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Animation" omnibus (early champion of... More>>
Trade-Offs Trade-Offs
, March 13, 2001
Timed for a potential Traffic Oscars sweep or as ammunition for a Steven Soderbergh backlash, the MT&R's screening of Traffik serves the cause of... More>>
Persistence of Memory Persistence of Memory
, March 13, 2001
Memento takes the sensation of waking up in a strange bed beside a complete stranger and totalizes it. The movie is part Alice in Wonderland mind... More>>
Conflict Management Conflict Management
, March 06, 2001
Tense and unyielding even in her warmth, Julia Roberts is an actress who projects self-sufficiency. Her most successful recent romantic turn came... More>>
Surreal Endgames, Seedy Glamour Surreal Endgames, Seedy Glamour
, March 06, 2001
Historically a sanctuary for psychotronic splatter and abject grunge, the New York Underground Film Festival kicks off its eighth annual... More>>
Improbable Cause
, March 06, 2001
Commonly misquoted and misapplied, Warhol's dictum that everybody in the future will be famous for 15 minutes has had such a long run as a... More>>
Sound and Fury
, March 06, 2001
Brainchild of Kamel Saleh and Akhenaton, leader of celebrated rap group IAM, The Magnet (Comme un Aimant) is more than another tale of B-boys en... More>>
Scavengers Uncover a Mother Lode Scavengers Uncover a Mother Lode
, March 06, 2001
A side-door entrance into the French character and economy, Agnès Varda's eccentric and thoroughly winning The Gleaners and I is... More>>
Market Forces
, March 06, 2001
Chinese director Wang Xiaoshuai began as a covert operator, making two films that dangled by a shoestring under the Film Bureau's radar, before... More>>
Double Fantasy
Superstar: The Pat Loud Story
, March 06, 2001
Video artist Cecilia Dougherty has a gift for revising popular culture, often imagining its icons as lesbian celebrities. Grapefruit (1989)... More>>
Forces of Nature Forces of Nature
Berlin's Body Politic
, February 27, 2001
Situation hopeless but not serious: The Berlin Film Festival and its affiliated Forum of Young Cinema—one a Cold War artifact, the other a... More>>
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