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Martin Starr Is Grand in American-Iraqi Rom-Com Amira & Sam Martin Starr Is Grand in American-Iraqi Rom-Com Amira & Sam
, January 28, 2015
Look, if it's going to have any chance of stirring in us that warm, giddy, life-saving thrill of love actually working out, a romantic comedy... More>>
Potent Bites: This Year's Oscar-Nominated Shorts Are Best When True Potent Bites: This Year's Oscar-Nominated Shorts Are Best When True
, January 28, 2015
While many of Oscar’s big shots clock in at more than two hours (led by favorite Boyhood, at 165 minutes), some filmmakers remain committed... More>>
German's Hard to Be a God Caps a Career With Glorious Muck German's Hard to Be a God Caps a Career With Glorious Muck
, January 28, 2015
On the fringes of movieland, there have always been filmmakers who identify (in Günter Eich's phrase) as being sand, not oil, in the gears... More>>
The Beautiful Timbuktu Finds Hope and Pain in a City Taken Over The Beautiful Timbuktu Finds Hope and Pain in a City Taken Over
, January 28, 2015
To the idle viewer, the small acts of resistance on display in Timbuktu might seem ready-made for Upworthy, little liberal lessons just waiting... More>>
The Parisian Tale Girlhood Has a Radiant Shine The Parisian Tale Girlhood Has a Radiant Shine
, January 28, 2015
Céline Sciamma's pained, thrilling, observational tale of growing up broke and black in slablike Paris flats is no rebuke to Boyhood, but... More>>
Jason Statham Is Much More Badass Than Wild Card Jason Statham Is Much More Badass Than Wild Card
, January 28, 2015
Sadly, the first film scripted by William Goldman to hit theaters since the anus-monster mess Dreamcatcher is no return to form, and this time,... More>>
Danny Glover vs. a Neo-Nazi: Hostage Drama Supremacy Isn't Supreme at All Danny Glover vs. a Neo-Nazi: Hostage Drama Supremacy Isn't Supreme at All
, January 28, 2015
Multiple generations of an African American family slowly mollify the gun-crazed neo-Nazi (Joe Anderson) holding them hostage in the dour, dreary... More>>
Fashion Designer Agnes B's My Name Is Hmmm… Looks Great But Doesn't Hold Together Fashion Designer Agnes B's My Name Is Hmmm… Looks Great But Doesn't Hold Together
, January 28, 2015
There's a tension between directness and obfuscation in My Name is Hmmm..., with first-time director Agnès Troublé (better known as... More>>
Military Sci-Fi Horror Flick Alien Outpost Has Too Little Sci-Fi and Too Little Horror Military Sci-Fi Horror Flick Alien Outpost Has Too Little Sci-Fi and Too Little Horror
, January 28, 2015
The promise of the multi-screen future-history info-dump that kicks off Alien Outpost isn't enough to mask this military sci-fi indie's... More>>
Sadly, The Devil's Violinist Is About Paganini, Not Charlie Daniels Sadly, The Devil's Violinist Is About Paganini, Not Charlie Daniels
, January 28, 2015
Nineteenth-century Italian violin virtuoso Niccolò Paganini was rumored to have made a Faustian pact in order to play like the devil,... More>>
Above and Beyond Recounts Awe-Inspiring True Stories of the Early Israeli Air Force Above and Beyond Recounts Awe-Inspiring True Stories of the Early Israeli Air Force
, January 28, 2015
The first airstrikes for the Israeli Air Force, led by a round of boisterous Jewish American WWII veterans in the spring of 1948, were actually... More>>
Project Almanac Again Asks, What If Time Travel is Bad? Project Almanac Again Asks, What If Time Travel is Bad?
, January 28, 2015
The makers of Project Almanac, a ponderous found-footage time-travel drama, tellingly waste 40 minutes cataloging banal uses for time travel... More>>
In The Loft, Yuppies Find a Body In The Loft, Yuppies Find a Body
, January 28, 2015
It's hard to know exactly when The Loft, a disposable locked-room mystery about five yuppies who discover a corpse in their shared extramarital... More>>
Sundance: Sam Klemke's Time Machine Is the Sad Sequel to Boyhood Sundance: Sam Klemke's Time Machine Is the Sad Sequel to Boyhood
, January 21, 2015
Richard Linklater ended his feel-good Best Picture contender on a high. His star, eighteen-year-old would-be artist Mason, graduated high school... More>>
Jennifer Aniston Grieves, But Cake's Script Lets Her Down Jennifer Aniston Grieves, But Cake's Script Lets Her Down
, January 21, 2015
Each year, screenwriters kill off enough offscreen children to fill a Chuck E. Cheese's. A dead son or daughter gives a movie the illusion of... More>>
In The Humbling Pacino, Levinson, and the Great Novelist Stare Down the End In The Humbling Pacino, Levinson, and the Great Novelist Stare Down the End
, January 21, 2015
There’s something bracingly honest about The Humbling, Barry Levinson’s movie about a 67-year-old Shakespearean actor, played by Al... More>>
Boy Meets Girl Meets Pistol in Overfamiliar Son of a Gun Boy Meets Girl Meets Pistol in Overfamiliar Son of a Gun
, January 21, 2015
It's been 50 years since Jean-Luc Godard said that all a film needs is a girl and a gun. Bet he wishes he could take that back. In the last... More>>
A Strong Star Can't Keep Sub Flick Black Sea from Sinking A Strong Star Can't Keep Sub Flick Black Sea from Sinking
, January 21, 2015
Jude Law, once so shiny-penny-clean and pretty — and with the kind of chin dimple that might have inspired Audrey Hepburn to ask, as she... More>>
Jennifer Lopez's The Boy Next Door is as Nuts as You'd Hope Jennifer Lopez's The Boy Next Door is as Nuts as You'd Hope
, January 21, 2015
The most pleasurably ludicrous highlight of The Boy Next Door comes half an hour in, before the sex and murders and... More>>
Xavier Dolan's Mommy Nears Excellence but Is a Little Much Xavier Dolan's Mommy Nears Excellence but Is a Little Much
, January 21, 2015
No matter how you end up feeling about it, there sure is a lot of movie in Mommy, Xavier Dolan's exuberant melodrama about an emotional... More>>
The Duke of Burgundy is a Delicious Evocation of Seventies Erotica The Duke of Burgundy is a Delicious Evocation of Seventies Erotica
, January 21, 2015
Even if you've never seen or heard of a movie called She Killed in Ecstasy, isn't it lovely to know that such a thing exists in the world? That... More>>
If Mortdecai Had a Time Machine, It Could Be 1965's Top Comedy If Mortdecai Had a Time Machine, It Could Be 1965's Top Comedy
, January 21, 2015
Mortdecai is creeping into theaters with the flushed shame of a debutante who expects to be pelted with tomatoes. It's a pity. In 1965, Mortdecai... More>>
Japanese Sex Comedy R100 Warns Nobody Is Old Enough to See It Japanese Sex Comedy R100 Warns Nobody Is Old Enough to See It
, January 21, 2015
Hitoshi Matsumoto's R100 takes its name from the Japanese rating system, which proceeds thusly: R15, safe for fifteen-year-olds; R18, safe for... More>>
Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter Shares How Modern Dance Came to Be Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter Shares How Modern Dance Came to Be
, January 21, 2015
You need not be a student or scholar of dance to be completely enthralled by Greg Vander Veer's documentary Miss Hill. Described by one interview... More>>
Salvation Army Makes Tender Art of Growing Up Gay in Morocco Salvation Army Makes Tender Art of Growing Up Gay in Morocco
, January 21, 2015
Homosexuality is outlawed in Morocco, but young men walking down the street holding hands in friendship is a common sight. Hiding from the law... More>>
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