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The Late Albert Maysles's Iris Embraces the Creative Life The Late Albert Maysles's Iris Embraces the Creative Life
, April 29, 2015
Iris Apfel isn't exactly a household name, unless we're talking about very stylish households. From 1950 to 1992 Apfel ran Old World Weavers, the... More>>
Bruce LaBruce's Bold Gerontophilia Smashes Sexual Taboos Bruce LaBruce's Bold Gerontophilia Smashes Sexual Taboos
, April 29, 2015
In a recent MoMA retrospective, queercore pioneer Bruce LaBruce cemented his reputation as a shock-and-schlock auteur whose tendency toward... More>>
Joss Whedon Fights to Keep His Avengers Human Joss Whedon Fights to Keep His Avengers Human
, April 29, 2015
Avengers: Age of Ultron is a complicated, ticking machine — a cuckoo clock under attack. Returning helmer Joss Whedon is earnestly trying... More>>
With Cathedrals of Culture, Wim Wenders Aspires to Capture the Souls of Buildings With Cathedrals of Culture, Wim Wenders Aspires to Capture the Souls of Buildings
These Walls Can Talk (in 3-D!)
, April 29, 2015
Wim Wenders has been entranced with 3-D — which he calls the new language of cinema — ever since Pina, his great film tribute to Pina... More>>
The Fantastic Soul Boys of the Western World Puts a British Pop Group in Perspective The Fantastic Soul Boys of the Western World Puts a British Pop Group in Perspective
, April 29, 2015
The rise of the New Romantics and other flamboyant music camps in early-Eighties British pop led Paul Weller (the Jam, Style Council) to carp... More>>
Mexican Crime Drama Days of Grace Is Demanding and Sometimes Riveting Mexican Crime Drama Days of Grace Is Demanding and Sometimes Riveting
, April 29, 2015
If you avert your eyes for more than a millisecond during Everardo Valerio Gout's Days of Grace, the film will make less sense than if it were... More>>
Richard Dreyfuss Comes This Close to Saving Jason Priestley's Cas & Dylan Richard Dreyfuss Comes This Close to Saving Jason Priestley's Cas & Dylan
, April 29, 2015
Leading man Richard Dreyfuss is so irrepressibly charming that he almost saves Jason Priestley's dismal buddy comedy Cas & Dylan from its awkward... More>>
A Deaf Actress's Revelatory Performance Makes Marie's Story a Miracle A Deaf Actress's Revelatory Performance Makes Marie's Story a Miracle
, April 29, 2015
"She climbs trees when we're not looking," warns a priest about the feral female lead of Marie's Story. She hangs upside down from them, too.... More>>
Far From Men Boasts Viggo Mortensen and Grand Mountain Photography Far From Men Boasts Viggo Mortensen and Grand Mountain Photography
, April 29, 2015
Viggo Mortensen finds himself caught between his two heritages in Far From Men, David Oelhoffen's beautiful, melancholy drama about a French... More>>
Helen Hunt Should Maybe Learn to Delegate Helen Hunt Should Maybe Learn to Delegate
Hunt writes, directs, and stars in Ride
, April 29, 2015
There's a bit too much going on in Helen Hunt's Ride, perhaps because Hunt is doing a bit too much in it: In addition to directing, Hunt also... More>>
Gritty Crime Flick Hyena Takes You to Hell With Style Gritty Crime Flick Hyena Takes You to Hell With Style
, April 29, 2015
Much like his 2009 social-realist psychodrama Tony — starring a chilling Peter Ferdinando as a council-estate loner on a Dahmer-esque... More>>
Likable Kids' Flick Maya the Bee Movie Is Quietly Subversive Likable Kids' Flick Maya the Bee Movie Is Quietly Subversive
, April 29, 2015
Alexs Stadermann's animated Maya the Bee Movie — the awkward title of which seems one definite article short — is a thoroughly modern... More>>
Reality Is Distressingly Broad and Toothless Reality Is Distressingly Broad and Toothless
, April 29, 2015
Defining comedy can be as subjective as enjoying it, particularly when it comes to the cinematic meta-absurdities of French electro musician... More>>
Blackbird Is a Deeply Felt Drama About Growing Up Southern Baptist Blackbird Is a Deeply Felt Drama About Growing Up Southern Baptist
, April 29, 2015
Patrik-Ian Polk’s Blackbird shuttles between two distinct tonal realms: loose comedy and strained, overwrought melodrama. The movie is most... More>>
Jonathan Franzen's Call for Love: 'You Need to Take Care of Birds Now' Jonathan Franzen's Call for Love: 'You Need to Take Care of Birds Now'
, April 22, 2015
“I hope they’re not scared off and think it’s like The Cove,” Jonathan Franzen said on Monday evening. He was referring... More>>
Kevin Pollak's Misery Loves Comedy Asks Why Comedians are So Miserable Kevin Pollak's Misery Loves Comedy Asks Why Comedians are So Miserable
, April 22, 2015
“When someone's off balance, that's the best time to hit someone,” Jim Gaffigan says in Kevin Pollak's breezy, chatty Misery Loves... More>>
Clement's Masterpiece Forbidden Games Shows How Far Films of Faith Have Fallen Clement's Masterpiece Forbidden Games Shows How Far Films of Faith Have Fallen
, April 22, 2015
Did you know that there's a new family-audience feature film that implies God nuked Japan because one plucky American moppet dared to dream?... More>>
Don't Think I've Forgotten Summons Up a Rock 'n' Roll Beat That Pol Pot Stamped Out Don't Think I've Forgotten Summons Up a Rock 'n' Roll Beat That Pol Pot Stamped Out
Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Cambodia?
, April 22, 2015
The most beautiful and haunting words in John Pirozzi's vibrant documentary Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll are heard... More>>
Jonathan Franzen and Emptying the Skies Save the Birds for Love Jonathan Franzen and Emptying the Skies Save the Birds for Love
, April 22, 2015
Jonathan Franzen writes most convincingly about love when writing about birds. In 2010, his love for them inspired a New Yorker essay that... More>>
Tribeca: Slow West, a Mythical Neo-Western, and Far From Men, a Desolate Algerian War Drama Tribeca: Slow West, a Mythical Neo-Western, and Far From Men, a Desolate Algerian War Drama
, April 22, 2015
A neo-western that operates in purely mythic terms, Slow West evokes an 1870 America steeped in isolation, heartbreak, suffering, and misery.... More>>
Tribeca: Stefan Nadelman's Short Last Call Is a Great, Boozy Glimpse of the City That Was Tribeca: Stefan Nadelman's Short Last Call Is a Great, Boozy Glimpse of the City That Was
, April 22, 2015
You don't need me to tell you that this year's clutch of documentary shorts at the Tribeca Film Festival is a mixed bag. Of course it is. The day... More>>
Tribeca Thrillers: Adrien Brody Sees Dead People in Backtrack Tribeca Thrillers: Adrien Brody Sees Dead People in Backtrack
, April 22, 2015
Adrien Brody sees dead people — so, so many dead people — in Backtrack, an Australian hybrid of The Sixth Sense and every thriller to... More>>
The Man-Child Movie Trend Must End The Man-Child Movie Trend Must End
Adult Beginners crams Kroll into a played-out arc
, April 22, 2015
I dread explaining man-child dramedies to the ghosts of the dead. “You see, Grandpa, after your time, a generation paralyzed by the economy... More>>
Elegant Doc The Great Museum Offers Two Years of Gallery Life Elegant Doc The Great Museum Offers Two Years of Gallery Life
, April 22, 2015
Nothing seems hurried in The Great Museum, but there's a momentum to the hushed activity it captures at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna.... More>>
The Cameo-Packed Kung Fu Killer Could Kick Expendable Ass The Cameo-Packed Kung Fu Killer Could Kick Expendable Ass
, April 22, 2015
More than just another action vehicle for Ip Man superstar Donnie Yen (who, even in his early fifties, seems capable of taking down all of the... More>>
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