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Blind Man's Bluff Blind Man's Bluff
, April 30, 2002
Woody Allen has been cracking wise about mortality since he was a young man, but Hollywood Ending, the 66-year-old director's 31st feature in 34... More>>
Not Into the Mystic
, April 30, 2002
The boy handed in libellous reviews of the films. 'We can't print this, man,' Ganesh said. 'Is all right for you to talk. You just go around... More>>
Sing Me to Sleep
Bland Opera
, April 30, 2002
Nonpareil superstars and Farewell My Concubine adversaries Gong Li and Leslie Cheung have gone sadly missing from the celluloid radar in the last... More>>
Carnal Knowledge Carnal Knowledge
, April 23, 2002
"The freest spirit who ever existed," per Guillaume Apollinaire, the Marquis de Sade was visualized in Philip Kaufman's Quills as a ridiculously... More>>
Buy Low, Sell High
, April 23, 2002
Treading a fine line between documentation and sales pitch, Stacy Peralta's Dogtown and Z-Boys is a hyperbolic account of the birth of outlaw... More>>
Laughter and Forgetting
Any Given Sunday
, April 23, 2002
Film Forum's "Great American Comedy" series (through June 7) is the most ambitious retro ever held in the house: more than 100 comedies,... More>>
The Sting
, April 23, 2002
Can you smell what the Rock is cooking? Barthes asserts that professional wrestling must be considered as a "spectacle of excess" rather than a... More>>
Chimes at Midnight Chimes at Midnight
, April 23, 2002
Though Australian documentary filmmakers Bob Connolly and Robin Anderson operate in the direct-cinema tradition of Frederick Wiseman, shooting... More>>
Consenting Adultery
, April 23, 2002
A detached study of sleepy domestic torpor seizing up into tragic desperation, Christine Jeffs's debut feature, Rain, bears a surface resemblance... More>>
Talking Cures
Jean-Luc Is From Mars, Anne-Marie Is From Venus
, April 23, 2002
Anne-Marie Miéville first worked with Jean-Luc Godard in 1970, on a film project about Palestinians. Since then she has been his companion... More>>
Extreme Noise Terror Extreme Noise Terror
, April 23, 2002
Responsible for last year's Tsui Hark and Korean-movie meteor showers, the Subway Cinema collective once again vents the glorious force of... More>>
Thrill Kill Cult
, April 23, 2002
Yet another tale of two bright, privileged young men driven to homicide by existential boredom, Murder by Numbers joins a bulging dossier of... More>>
Park Life
Community Service
, April 23, 2002
More haiku than ballad, Sarah Price's hour-long doc Caesar's Park (at the Pioneer Theater) captures the lyricism in Wisconsin's changing seasons... More>>
Queen of the Damned Queen of the Damned
Sylvie Testud Gets in the Pressure Cooker
, April 16, 2002
Sylvie Testud may well be cinema's successor to Isabelle Huppert, not least because her César-winning performance as Christine Papin in... More>>
Terms of Endearment
, April 16, 2002
Most women can remember a passionate friendship from girlhood; when it ended, the disappointment approached the bitterness of the lovelorn. Girls... More>>
Home and Away
France's International Anthems
, April 16, 2002
French cinema is in crisis, a Parisian director told me recently. The international success of Brotherhood of the Wolf and Amélie means... More>>
Dishonor Among Thieves Dishonor Among Thieves
, April 16, 2002
An unpretentious drill through the stations of Mametian grift, the Argentine film Nine Queens begins portentously: Juan, a young scam artist... More>>
Laughter and Forgetting
, April 16, 2002
Film Forum's series is by far the most ambitious retro ever held in the house: 10 weeks of more than 100 comedies, featuring silent clowns, 1930s... More>>
Beasts of Burden
Dumb Humping Dumber
, April 16, 2002
In space, nobody can hear you scream as you feverishly impregnate a panting harem of Laika-like test critters—but somebody might want to... More>>
Codes Unknown Codes Unknown
, April 16, 2002
Sober, nuanced, and concise, Murderous Maids takes a brisk walk through one of the creepiest crimes of the 20th century—a murder that... More>>
Collision Courses
, April 16, 2002
Channeling Godard's Week-end after a course of road-rage therapy, Changing Lanes locates its site of redemption on the FDR, amid the bleary... More>>
Park Life
Community Service
, April 16, 2002
More haiku than ballad, Sarah Price's hour-long doc Caesar's Park (opens April 17 at the Pioneer Theater) captures the lyricism in Wisconsin's... More>>
Lost in Nowheresville, U.S.A. Lost in Nowheresville, U.S.A.
, April 09, 2002
Whether of the supernatural or merely twisted-human species, the modern horror film only leaves teeth marks when it bothers to chew over the... More>>
Conduct Unbecoming
, April 09, 2002
Given his track record, it'd seem quarrelsome to accuse Barry Sonnenfeld of harboring any world-historic pretensions. Leave it to world history,... More>>
After the Flood
Awakenings in the Former Yugoslavia
, April 09, 2002
In an Academy Awards ceremony hardly lacking for milestones, one went overlooked amid the glamorous histrionics: Danis Tanovic's No Man's Land,... More>>
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