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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>>
The Cold Lands, a Thoughtful and Touching Coming-of-Age Tale The Cold Lands, a Thoughtful and Touching Coming-of-Age Tale
, March 12, 2014
Eleven-year-old Atticus (Silas Yelich) knows everything a boy his age should: Jobs suck, zombie-massacring video games are cool, and he's way too... More>>
Despite Epic Ambitions, Xingu is Flattened by 2D White Saviors Despite Epic Ambitions, Xingu is Flattened by 2D White Saviors
Hamburger reaches for an epic scale with a story spanning decades
, March 12, 2014
It's the Cinemanifest Destiny of courageous white people to save the natives of unexplored territories from the ravages of the other white... More>>
It's Jason Bateman vs. Grade-Schoolers in Bad Words It's Jason Bateman vs. Grade-Schoolers in Bad Words
, March 12, 2014
As you can guess, Jason Bateman's directorial debut Bad Words is filled with bad words: Bateman plays Guy Trilby, an alleged grown-up with a... More>>
On My Way Is a Mildly Merry Film Despite Familial Bad Decisions On My Way Is a Mildly Merry Film Despite Familial Bad Decisions
, March 12, 2014
As far as menopausal-crisis road-trip semi-dramas go, this hormonal launch into the provinces has several advantages, including Emmanuelle... More>>
Dark House Is One Nutty Horror Movie Dark House Is One Nutty Horror Movie
, March 12, 2014
Dark House is one nutty horror movie, but what's crazier still is how well it works — until it doesn't. Nick (an excellent Luke... More>>
The Right Kind of Wrong, an Ode to Testicle Jokes The Right Kind of Wrong, an Ode to Testicle Jokes
, March 12, 2014
Jeremiah Chechick's The Right Kind of Wrong has more wrong than right and plays like an ode to testicle jokes. In this Wedding... More>>
Total Siyapaa Is a Staid Hindi Variation on Meet the Parents Total Siyapaa Is a Staid Hindi Variation on Meet the Parents
, March 12, 2014
Before it's sidetracked by a bizarre amnesiac-meets-hooker subplot, Total Siyapaa (Total Chaos) is a staid Hindi variation on Meet the Parents.... More>>
Grand Piano's Elijah Wood Gives His All to Indie Thrillers Grand Piano's Elijah Wood Gives His All to Indie Thrillers
, March 05, 2014
Like James Bond, Elijah Wood spends his latest film in a tuxedo trying to save a beautiful blonde from an assassin. Only he's gotta do it... More>>
300: Rise of an Empire Offers Delights for People of All Sexes and Persuasions 300: Rise of an Empire Offers Delights for People of All Sexes and Persuasions
Real, live human actors glow like reconstituted marble under CGI
, March 05, 2014
Man, woman, gay, straight, bi: There's something for everyone in 300: Rise of an Empire, the XXL sequel to the also-larger-than-life... More>>
The Grand Budapest Hotel Is Wes Anderson's Most Mature and Visually Witty Effort The Grand Budapest Hotel Is Wes Anderson's Most Mature and Visually Witty Effort
, March 05, 2014
Leave it to Wes Anderson to make a film about World War II without mentioning Germany. In The Grand Budapest Hotel, a wundercabinet set in the... More>>
Grand Piano Is an Ambitious, Devilish Little Thriller Grand Piano Is an Ambitious, Devilish Little Thriller
, March 05, 2014
Blockbuster spectacles are a dime a dozen. The thing we almost never see is the ambitious trifle, the smaller movie that strives to tell a story... More>>
Who Killed the Romantic Comedy? Who Killed the Romantic Comedy?
Rom-coms used to be a cash cow --and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
, March 05, 2014
The corpse lay crumpled on the conference table, close enough that the studio executive could tug on the red heel of her Louboutin. She'd been... More>>
Three Reasons Why HBO's Looking is the Perfect Show for Women Three Reasons Why HBO's Looking is the Perfect Show for Women
, March 05, 2014
(Spoiler alert: The following piece discusses up to the February 16 episode of Looking.)HBO's Looking has had a tough time winning over its... More>>
Alain Resnais Imagined the Whole Memory of the World Alain Resnais Imagined the Whole Memory of the World
, March 05, 2014
Alain Resnais's last completed film, Life of Riley (2014), presents a group of aging friends who plan, hope, wish, dream, and scheme after they... More>>
The Meh Wayback: Mr. Peabody & Sherman The Meh Wayback: Mr. Peabody & Sherman
, March 05, 2014
First, the pleasant surprises. In puffing up the slight, absurd Mr. Peabody and Sherman shorts from Jay Ward’s The Rocky and Bullwinkle... More>>
I'm Trying to Love Wes Anderson, That Miniaturist Puppet-Master I'm Trying to Love Wes Anderson, That Miniaturist Puppet-Master
, March 05, 2014
If you were to survey people who pay attention to movies -- to go door-to-door with a clipboard, a sharpened No. 2 pencil, and a sheaf of forms... More>>
In Fear Traffics in Tension In Fear Traffics in Tension
, March 05, 2014
Haunted houses may scare kids, but adults have simpler fears. Lucy and Tom, for example, are lost. A tentative couple on their first weekend... More>>
Stephen Chow Returns to Familiar Territory with Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons Stephen Chow Returns to Familiar Territory with Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons
, March 05, 2014
Having followed up his giddy 2004 martial arts comedy Kung Fu Hustle with 2008's risible E.T.–inspired dud CJ7, director Stephen Chow... More>>
Bethlehem Is an Unstinting Look at Israelis and Palestinians Caught Between Worlds Bethlehem Is an Unstinting Look at Israelis and Palestinians Caught Between Worlds
, March 05, 2014
An unstinting look at the impossible choices faced by Israelis and Palestinians caught between worlds, Bethlehem plumbs the destructive aspects... More>>
A Moving Narrative and Striking Filmmaking in Valeria Golino's Honey A Moving Narrative and Striking Filmmaking in Valeria Golino's Honey
, March 05, 2014
With striking compositions and cuts that reveal a deep appreciation of cinema's possibilities, Valeria Golino's Honey could be about anything at... More>>
Special ID Won't Win Any Kung Fu Converts But Will Satisfy Fans Special ID Won't Win Any Kung Fu Converts But Will Satisfy Fans
Special ID becomes a waiting game between action sequences.
, March 05, 2014
Since it's a Hong Kong martial arts film that delivers exactly what it promises — nothing less, nothing more — the success of... More>>
War of the Worlds: Goliath, a Feature-Length Saturday Morning Cartoon War of the Worlds: Goliath, a Feature-Length Saturday Morning Cartoon
, March 05, 2014
Teddy Roosevelt is a barroom brawler, and the aliens have developed immunities to germs in War of the Worlds: Goliath, an animated sequel to the... More>>
Particle Fever Is a Smashing Doc About Smashing Particles and Seeing the Universe Particle Fever Is a Smashing Doc About Smashing Particles and Seeing the Universe
, March 05, 2014
Stakes come no higher than in Particle Fever, a dazzling, dizzying documentary about nothing less than whether we exist in a coherent universe of... More>>
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