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Brothers Hypnotic Follows Eight Horn-Carrying Brothers Brothers Hypnotic Follows Eight Horn-Carrying Brothers
, March 19, 2014
The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble's sound travels through jazz, rock, funk, soul, and hip-hop on peaceful waves. Reuben Atlas's debut film, Brothers... More>>
Big Joy Celebrates the Late James Broughton With His Clear Voice Big Joy Celebrates the Late James Broughton With His Clear Voice
, March 19, 2014
American filmmaker and poet James Broughton recorded odes to life on Earth. On March 22 and 23, Anthology Film Archive presents programs of... More>>
A Birder's Guide to Everything: Fathers and Sons Gotta Hug A Birder's Guide to Everything: Fathers and Sons Gotta Hug
, March 19, 2014
"Everything" covers a lot of ground, and Rob Meyer's coming-of-age dramedy A Birder's Guide to Everything has a slightly more modest scope.... More>>
In Just a Sigh, a Day-Long European Liaison Held Up By Its Stars In Just a Sigh, a Day-Long European Liaison Held Up By Its Stars
, March 19, 2014
Just a Sigh bears an evocative English title, and one that proves more appropriate than the original French — Le temps de l'aventure, or... More>>
Need for Speed Goes Nowhere Fast Need for Speed Goes Nowhere Fast
, March 12, 2014
Think adapting War and Peace is hard? Try adapting the race car video game Need for Speed. Tolstoy's 1,225-page behemoth has nothing on the... More>>
Big Men Reveals How the World of Oil Actually Turns Big Men Reveals How the World of Oil Actually Turns
, March 12, 2014
Here's the rare current-affairs documentary that doesn't just show us something gone wrong in some part of our world. Rachel Boynton's first-rate... More>>
Gape at the Documentaries of Kim Longinotto Gape at the Documentaries of Kim Longinotto
, March 12, 2014
A 16-year-old girl stands before an Iranian judge, pleading for a divorce from her 38-year-old husband. The judge and the husband swat away her... More>>
Indie Superhero Flick Sparks Almost Soars -- and Is Grimly Promising Indie Superhero Flick Sparks Almost Soars -- and Is Grimly Promising
, March 12, 2014
Here's a hearty keep-at-it award for Christopher Folino and Todd Burrows, directors of this restless, reckless superhero crime curio, an... More>>
The Engrossing Teenage Shows Why They are Who They Are The Engrossing Teenage Shows Why They are Who They Are
, March 12, 2014
Today it's hard for us to fathom why preachers used to rail so vehemently against jitterbugging. Even with cultural context — black music... More>>
Veronica Mars Gets Kickstarted Into Adulthood Veronica Mars Gets Kickstarted Into Adulthood
, March 12, 2014
According to lore, Liberace used to greet the tourists who'd come by bus to gawk at his bejeweled home with the line, "I hope you like it. After... More>>
The Welcome Return of Kurt Russell The Welcome Return of Kurt Russell
Here are a few of our favorite Kurts.
, March 12, 2014
A wise man -- or, more precisely, a wiseass trucker named Jack Burton -- once opined that "it’s all in the reflexes." Few actors have had... More>>
There's More to Streaming Than Netflix There's More to Streaming Than Netflix
, March 12, 2014
As of this writing, the Netflix Instant catalog boasts more than 10,000 titles available for online streaming -- a number that, as per the... More>>
Tyler Perry's Single Moms Club Isn't Bad If You Bring a Bullshit Detector Tyler Perry's Single Moms Club Isn't Bad If You Bring a Bullshit Detector
, March 12, 2014
Tyler Perry probably wishes he'd been raised by a single mom. As he has said in interviews, his father, Emmitt, was abusive and once beat him so... More>>
The Animated Ernest and Celestine Is Pure Delight The Animated Ernest and Celestine Is Pure Delight
, March 12, 2014
Ernest & Celestine -- a contender for this year's best animated film Oscar -- is pure delight. The film's gorgeous, hand-drawn animation is as... More>>
Patrick: Evil Awakens, a Techno-Thriller of Brain-Dead Proportions Patrick: Evil Awakens, a Techno-Thriller of Brain-Dead Proportions
, March 12, 2014
Electroshock therapy doesn't cure the comatose in Patrick: Evil Awakens, but it does turn vegetative Patrick (Jason Gallagher) into a telekinetic... More>>
The Art of the Steal, Jonathan Sobol's Serviceable Ironic Crime Film The Art of the Steal, Jonathan Sobol's Serviceable Ironic Crime Film
, March 12, 2014
The Art of the Steal doesn't advance the nerdy intertextuality that has distinguished ironic crime films since Guy Ritchie, but writer-director... More>>
The Den is 8mm Updated for the Skype Age The Den is 8mm Updated for the Skype Age
, March 12, 2014
8mm updated for the Skype age, Zachary Donohue's The Den reminds us that those looking for the worst shades of humanity need only spend a few... More>>
Burlesque Doc Exposed Is Better When It Shows Rather Than Tells Burlesque Doc Exposed Is Better When It Shows Rather Than Tells
, March 12, 2014
It can be less than compelling in real life to hear a burlesque performer explain how their routines are designed to challenge the beholder's... More>>
Better Living Through Chemistry: Masculinity is Reasserted and Order Restored Better Living Through Chemistry: Masculinity is Reasserted and Order Restored
, March 12, 2014
Masculinity is reasserted and order restored in the Sam Rockwell and Olivia Wilde dramedy Better Living Through Chemistry, which could be... More>>
Paris Proves It's Good for a Rom-Com or Tragedy in Le Week-End Paris Proves It's Good for a Rom-Com or Tragedy in Le Week-End
, March 12, 2014
The great insight in director Roger Michell's fourth collaboration with writer Hanif Kureishi is its vision of Paris as an arena equally amenable... More>>
A Quarter-Life Crisis and Culture-Clashing  Love Story Shirin in Love A Quarter-Life Crisis and Culture-Clashing Love Story Shirin in Love
, March 12, 2014
It's estimated that hundreds of thousands of former Iranian nationals and their offspring live in Los Angeles (especially between Beverly Hills... More>>
Jake Gyllenhaal Is Inspired in Enemy, a Rhythmic Exploration of Identity Jake Gyllenhaal Is Inspired in Enemy, a Rhythmic Exploration of Identity
, March 12, 2014
"Chaos is order yet undeciphered" is the on-the-nose epigraph that opens Enemy, a forgivable sin in light of how gloriously enigmatic everything... More>>
Guilty of Romance, the Final Third of the "Hate Trilogy," Is Expectedly Difficult Guilty of Romance, the Final Third of the "Hate Trilogy," Is Expectedly Difficult
, March 12, 2014
If you find yourself sitting through any of three loosely connected films referred to as a "Hate Trilogy," you should adjust your philosophical... More>>
Himizu Focuses on the Local Effects of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake Himizu Focuses on the Local Effects of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake
, March 12, 2014
Too many films exploring the aftermath of natural disasters tend to emphasize the fates of attractive white people, even when set in other... More>>
U Want Me 2 Kill Him?, a Compelling but Ultimately Unsatisfying Film U Want Me 2 Kill Him?, a Compelling but Ultimately Unsatisfying Film
, March 12, 2014
In 2003, in Manchester, England, a 16-year-old boy whispered the words, "I love you, bro," as he plunged a knife into his best friend, who nearly... More>>
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