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FX's Hillbilly Noir Justified Was the Forgotten Prestige TV Show FX's Hillbilly Noir Justified Was the Forgotten Prestige TV Show
, April 15, 2015
No show wears its love for language and land more proudly than FX's Justified, which ends its six-year run on April 14. Based on a novella by... More>>
Disney's Monkey Kingdom Is Wonderful -- and Full of Lies Disney's Monkey Kingdom Is Wonderful -- and Full of Lies
, April 15, 2015
Truth in film takes another jolly beating in Disneynature's Monkey Kingdom, a documentary-like nature flick with the last-century chutzpah to... More>>
True Story Aims to Expose Journalistic Malpractice, but Mostly Exposes James Franco True Story Aims to Expose Journalistic Malpractice, but Mostly Exposes James Franco
, April 15, 2015
The sequence that opens True Story tells you plenty about what you’re in for: A rumpled teddy bear drifts down from our vantage point like... More>>
Fact, Fiction, or In-Between, Agnes Varda's Films Illuminate Lives Fact, Fiction, or In-Between, Agnes Varda's Films Illuminate Lives
, April 15, 2015
In the 60 years since she made her first film, the inexhaustibly curious Agnès Varda, who turns 87 next month, has always worked outside... More>>
Roar Is an Animal Anti-Masterpiece Roar Is an Animal Anti-Masterpiece
, April 15, 2015
A normal movie ends with the American Humane Association's assurance that "No animals were harmed." But Tippi Hedren's doomed 1981 obsession Roar... More>>
Your Best Bet at Tribeca This Year: Avoid Celebrity Fare Your Best Bet at Tribeca This Year: Avoid Celebrity Fare
Here's what you need to see at Tribeca 2015
, April 15, 2015
Fourteen years in, the Tribeca Film Festival has taken a step back to look at the bigger picture, and finally realized what was making it hang... More>>
Tribeca's Maddest Midnight Movies Tribeca's Maddest Midnight Movies
Don't miss Bodyslam and Stung
, April 15, 2015
Subculture-portrait documentaries don’t get much more absurd than Bodyslam: The Revenge of the Banana, one of five films to be featured in... More>>
The Latest Melting Glaciers Doc Antarctic Edge Doesn't Waste Time With Ice Porn The Latest Melting Glaciers Doc Antarctic Edge Doesn't Waste Time With Ice Porn
, April 15, 2015
By now, sobering docs about melting ice at the ends of the world are a reliable source of pleasure and anxiety: Gape at the glacial peaks, the... More>>
Monsters: Dark Continent Asks an Important Question Between CGI Creature Battles Monsters: Dark Continent Asks an Important Question Between CGI Creature Battles
, April 15, 2015
Gareth Edwards's 2010 debut, Monsters, was set in Mexico and drew parallels between its heroes' efforts to keep the gigantic lifeforms in the... More>>
The Classic Tale of Money vs. Abs Is Told Again in Beyond the Reach The Classic Tale of Money vs. Abs Is Told Again in Beyond the Reach
, April 15, 2015
In 1972, novelist Robb White wrote the desert thriller Deathwatch, about a rich hunter named Madec who accidentally kills a human in the Mojave... More>>
Big-Hearted Indie Tangerines Stands Up to War by Harvesting Fruit Big-Hearted Indie Tangerines Stands Up to War by Harvesting Fruit
, April 15, 2015
Small in scale if huge in heart and scope, Tangerines uses four characters to limn the religio-nationalistic hostilities unleashed by the... More>>
Affliction Drama The Road Within Succumbs to Sentimental Uplift Affliction Drama The Road Within Succumbs to Sentimental Uplift
, April 15, 2015
It sounds like the perfect setup for a legendary tasteless joke: A boy with Tourette's, an anorexic girl, and an obsessive-compulsive neat freak... More>>
The Action Epic The Dead Lands Drops You Into a War Between Tribes The Action Epic The Dead Lands Drops You Into a War Between Tribes
, April 15, 2015
Like a Kiwi cousin to Mel Gibson's historical indigenous spectacle Apocalypto, director Toa Fraser's feral action epic drops viewers into the... More>>
Alex of Venice Is a Poignant Snapshot of a Woman Remaking Her World Alex of Venice Is a Poignant Snapshot of a Woman Remaking Her World
, April 15, 2015
There's a line at the end of a Chekhov play that goes, "Life's gone on as if I'd never lived." This does a passable job summarizing Chris... More>>
A Somber Mood Hangs Over Cross-Cultural Romance Felix and Meira A Somber Mood Hangs Over Cross-Cultural Romance Felix and Meira
, April 15, 2015
Music is used sparingly in Felix and Meira, and each song is key to expressing unspoken emotion. After Shulem (Luzer Twersky) leaves his modest... More>>
You'll Feel the Brutal Child 44 in Your Marrow You'll Feel the Brutal Child 44 in Your Marrow
, April 15, 2015
Filmmaking for grown-ups is so scarce these days that it’s tempting to grade Daniel Espinosa’s bleak, bone-crunching thriller Child... More>>
The Human Experiment The Human Experiment
, April 15, 2015
Not recommended viewing for hypochondriacs or proponents of unbiased documentaries, Dana Nachman and Don Hardy’s The Human Experiment is an... More>>
Game of Thrones Season 5 Preview: Women Warriors Take Over Westeros Game of Thrones Season 5 Preview: Women Warriors Take Over Westeros
, April 08, 2015
It may be hard to remember now, but there once was a time when Daenerys was the most exciting character on Game of Thrones. Played by Emilia... More>>
Kurt Cobain Is Honored in the Stunning Montage of Heck Kurt Cobain Is Honored in the Stunning Montage of Heck
, April 08, 2015
A post-Wikipedia biographical documentary, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck finds Brett Morgen constructing a feature-length collage of notebook... More>>
Watch Ride the Pink Horse on Blu-ray and The Cremator on Hulu Plus Watch Ride the Pink Horse on Blu-ray and The Cremator on Hulu Plus
Don't Watch That, Watch This!
, April 08, 2015
To sing the song of noir — it's not as easy as it once was, when critics like Raymond Durgnat and Paul Schrader were busy cataloging and... More>>
Sisterhood of Night Betrays Its Characters for Its Mystery Sisterhood of Night Betrays Its Characters for Its Mystery
, April 08, 2015
Caryn Waechter's restless modern-day teen witch-trial drama has more to recommend it than you might expect for a film whose central suspense is... More>>
True-ish Desert Dancer Pits Young Artists Against Iran True-ish Desert Dancer Pits Young Artists Against Iran
, April 08, 2015
There's not quite as much desert and dancing as you might expect in Desert Dancer, an earnest and occasionally hokey drama about kids wanting to... More>>
With Broken Horses, an Indian Master Aims for Amerindie Suspense With Broken Horses, an Indian Master Aims for Amerindie Suspense
, April 08, 2015
The most profitable film in the history of India is the romantic comedy 3 Idiots, which, according to the formal strictures of its industry, is a... More>>
Ex Machina Asks If a Robot Can Think -- and Is She Coming On to You? Ex Machina Asks If a Robot Can Think -- and Is She Coming On to You?
She's Gotta Have I.T.
, April 08, 2015
Ex Machina is an egghead thriller with a scary selling point: Unlike Liam Neeson shooting up half of Boston, this actually could be taking place... More>>
Nicholas Sparks's Bull-Riding Romance The Longest Ride Is Total BS and Totally Great Nicholas Sparks's Bull-Riding Romance The Longest Ride Is Total BS and Totally Great
, April 08, 2015
The Longest Ride is Nicholas Sparks's most ambitious novel. Instead of one couple, there's two — and he's even stretched out of his... More>>
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