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Stellar Doc Red Army Showcases the Height of Soviet Hockey Stellar Doc Red Army Showcases the Height of Soviet Hockey
, November 12, 2014
Sport is a natural metaphor for war. Two sides in two colors face each other on a field, each with their pride and their physical safety at risk.... More>>
How Reality TV Went From Launchpad to Dumpster How Reality TV Went From Launchpad to Dumpster
, November 12, 2014
Minor spoilers for the second episode of The Comeback's sophomore season. It's no mystery why The Comeback, which returned for its second season... More>>
The Hobbit Films Aren't Indulgent Messes -- They're Generous The Hobbit Films Aren't Indulgent Messes -- They're Generous
, November 12, 2014
Here's a surprise: The best part of the new extended Blu-ray of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is not the behind-the-scenes footage where... More>>
Through a Lens Darkly's Thomas Allen Harris Explains Why We Must Look Anew at Images of Black America Through a Lens Darkly's Thomas Allen Harris Explains Why We Must Look Anew at Images of Black America
, November 12, 2014
It’s been almost 60 years since 14-year-old African American Emmett Till was beaten, tortured, and murdered by white men for having... More>>
Showbiz Drama Beyond the Lights Is Familiar but Cutting Showbiz Drama Beyond the Lights Is Familiar but Cutting
, November 12, 2014
Tales of fame and its trappings — and the way they’re never enough to build a life — are as old as show business itself. Maybe... More>>
Tommy Lee Jones's The Homesman Brings a Lost America to Life Tommy Lee Jones's The Homesman Brings a Lost America to Life
, November 12, 2014
Tales of the Old West continue to make up a significant portion of our cultural narrative, mostly because we still like to comfort ourselves with... More>>
Du Pont Wrestling Drama Foxcatcher Engages but Doesn't Pin Du Pont Wrestling Drama Foxcatcher Engages but Doesn't Pin
, November 12, 2014
The du Pont family made its fortune selling gunpowder during the War of 1812, and soldiered on to invent everything ever worn by a cop: Kevlar,... More>>
The Best Documentaries at Doc NYC Will Open Your Eyes -- But Won't Ruin Your Day The Best Documentaries at Doc NYC Will Open Your Eyes -- But Won't Ruin Your Day
, November 12, 2014
Silver-haired and rakishly elegant, Mark Reay consorts with models, shoots street and runway fashion photography, and personally delivers a... More>>
Jon Stewart's Rosewater is Outraged, Cinematic, and Even Funny Jon Stewart's Rosewater is Outraged, Cinematic, and Even Funny
, November 12, 2014
During a 2009 Daily Show interview with Maziar Bahari, the Canadian-Iranian journalist who, earlier that year, had been imprisoned in Iran for... More>>
Dumb and Dumber To Is Missing the Original's Magic Idiocy Dumb and Dumber To Is Missing the Original's Magic Idiocy
, November 12, 2014
In the mid 1990s, self-appointed cultural gatekeepers used to wield Peter and Bobby Farrelly’s Dumb and Dumber as proof of the... More>>
Long-Unseen Crime Drama Le Jour Se Lève (Daybreak) Returns to the Big Screen at Film Forum Long-Unseen Crime Drama Le Jour Se Lève (Daybreak) Returns to the Big Screen at Film Forum
, November 12, 2014
It's one thing to watch sturdy, dexterously charming Jean Gabin as a working-class joe who doesn't mind dangerous manual labor, figuring that's... More>>
Psychodrama Butter on the Latch Blurs the Lines Between Waking and Dream States Psychodrama Butter on the Latch Blurs the Lines Between Waking and Dream States
, November 12, 2014
Elegant and elliptical, Josephine Decker's psychodrama is a blurring of the line between waking and dream states. In Butter on the Latch, the... More>>
Occupy the Farm Remembers One of the Movement's Successes Occupy the Farm Remembers One of the Movement's Successes
, November 12, 2014
The Occupy movement persists in fits and stutters around the globe, and though its inability (stateside at least) to resolve internal issues... More>>
Wolves Feels Like a Western With Werewolves Wolves Feels Like a Western With Werewolves
, November 12, 2014
Werewolf movies are traditionally about the beast within, but the adversaries in David Hayter's Wolves are strictly external. With its outsider... More>>
Sweet Doc Getting to the Nutcracker Delivers a Saccharine Story Sweet Doc Getting to the Nutcracker Delivers a Saccharine Story
, November 12, 2014
Defending the youthfulness and whimsy of The Nutcracker, ballet instructor and managing director of the Marat Daukayev School of Ballet Pamela... More>>
Drug Lord: The Legend of Shorty Shares a Compelling Look at a Mexican Cartel Drug Lord: The Legend of Shorty Shares a Compelling Look at a Mexican Cartel
, November 12, 2014
Jesus Christ was the only muthafucka who couldn't be bought, and they crucified him," says one of the interview subjects in Angus Macqueen and... More>>
Casting Auditions Become Body Horror in the Uneven Starry Eyes Casting Auditions Become Body Horror in the Uneven Starry Eyes
, November 12, 2014
Ambition, according to a shadowy movie producer in the uneven Starry Eyes, is "the blackest of human desires." He says as much to aspiring... More>>
Katie Holmes Murders Catcallers in the Timely Satire Miss Meadows Katie Holmes Murders Catcallers in the Timely Satire Miss Meadows
, November 12, 2014
It takes a committed performance to make a character like Miss Meadows fly, and Katie Holmes goes all in. She's introduced in a scene that plays... More>>
Bad Turn Worse Plays Like a Superior '90s Indie Crime Drama Bad Turn Worse Plays Like a Superior '90s Indie Crime Drama
, November 12, 2014
From the opening robbery in a hard-land gas station, Simon Hawkins and Zeke Hawkins's Bad Turn Worse floors it straight into the past — it... More>>
Japanese Horror Epic Penance Is Unnerving for More Than Three Hours Japanese Horror Epic Penance Is Unnerving for More Than Three Hours
, November 12, 2014
While it doesn't cohere into anything more substantial than a collection of self-loathing anxieties, Japanese teledrama Penance is effectively... More>>
The Divine Katey Sagal Kills at Karaoke in Always Woodstock The Divine Katey Sagal Kills at Karaoke in Always Woodstock
, November 12, 2014
2014 has been a good year for redemption-through-music stories, with high points such as God Help the Girl and My Little Pony: Equestria Girls... More>>
'80s Teens Grow Up, Feel Sad in The Toy Soldiers '80s Teens Grow Up, Feel Sad in The Toy Soldiers
, November 12, 2014
Erik Peter Carlson's The Toy Soldiers is a pitch-black spin on American Graffiti, set in a brightly colored place during what's remembered as a... More>>
The Cow POV Shots Aren't the Only Great Thing in Thou Wast Mild and Lovely The Cow POV Shots Aren't the Only Great Thing in Thou Wast Mild and Lovely
, November 12, 2014
Thou Wast Mild and Lovely, the more structured and narrative-driven of Josephine Decker's first two features, takes place on a farm run by gruff... More>>
Autobiographical Doc Burroughs Paints William S. as an Elusive Persona Autobiographical Doc Burroughs Paints William S. as an Elusive Persona
, November 12, 2014
By respectfully minding the gap between Naked Lunch author William S. Burroughs's experimental fiction and his real-life passions and traumas,... More>>
Stunning and Impossible, Tarkovsky's Final Film, The Sacrifice, Returns to the Big Screen Stunning and Impossible, Tarkovsky's Final Film, The Sacrifice, Returns to the Big Screen
, November 12, 2014
Upon its release 28 years ago, Andrei Tarkovsky's final film, The Sacrifice, was variously called "stunningly beautiful" and "impossible to sit... More>>
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