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The Affecting Debut The Little Bedroom Examines Grief and Aging The Affecting Debut The Little Bedroom Examines Grief and Aging
, September 24, 2014
In their affecting debut film, set in Switzerland, co-writer-directors Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond take on grief and... More>>
Here's Hellaware, That Horror-Comedy Juggalo Satire You've Been Looking For Here's Hellaware, That Horror-Comedy Juggalo Satire You've Been Looking For
, September 24, 2014
Few things are more frustrating than being an aspiring photographer, unless it's being an aspiring photographer who just got dumped. In Nate's... More>>
Civil War Drama Field of Lost Shoes Argues No Confederates Were Racist Civil War Drama Field of Lost Shoes Argues No Confederates Were Racist
, September 24, 2014
Rewriting history to egregious ends, Field of Lost Shoes recounts the true-life saga of seven Virginia Military Institute cadets who in 1864 died... More>>
Not Cool Shows that What Makes a Great YouTube Video Doesn't Make a Good Movie Not Cool Shows that What Makes a Great YouTube Video Doesn't Make a Good Movie
, September 24, 2014
The existence of Not Cool can be blamed on the Starz reality show The Chair, where two first-time feature directors took the same original... More>>
For the Faithful, My Little Pony: Equestria Girls -- Rainbow Rocks Really Does Rock For the Faithful, My Little Pony: Equestria Girls -- Rainbow Rocks Really Does Rock
, September 24, 2014
Last year's My Little Pony: Equestria Girls often felt like a rewrite of the flawed pilot episode of the Pony series Friendship Is Magic, but it... More>>
Tazza: The Hidden Card Thinks It's Casino but It's Closer to Oceans Tazza: The Hidden Card Thinks It's Casino but It's Closer to Oceans
, September 24, 2014
Gambling drama Tazza: The Hidden Card situates itself close to the Ocean's franchise in terms of how high/low it raises narrative stakes, so the... More>>
Doc Last Hijack Animates the Life of a Somali Kidnapper Doc Last Hijack Animates the Life of a Somali Kidnapper
I Married a Pirate
, September 24, 2014
Sadly, the singular element intended to differentiate this Somali pirate flick from the clutch of other Somali pirate flicks proves a bit of a... More>>
Crime Thriller Plastic Is as Lifeless as Its Title Crime Thriller Plastic Is as Lifeless as Its Title
, September 24, 2014
For a film with shootouts, heists, and high-speed chases, Julian Gilbey's Plastic is a strangely lifeless affair. The crime pic, about... More>>
A Walk Among the Tombstones Is an Uncommonly Well-Made Thriller A Walk Among the Tombstones Is an Uncommonly Well-Made Thriller
, September 17, 2014
They've done it at last: made a Liam Neeson-stomps-some-ass flick where, as the credits roll, there's more stuff to be glad you saw than Neeson... More>>
Art and Craft's Trickster Forger is an American Original Art and Craft's Trickster Forger is an American Original
, September 17, 2014
Knocking out the first-rate forgeries that fooled 60 American museums? That was a curiously mundane miracle, something for Mark Landis to do... More>>
Kevin Smith's Podcast-Inspired Horror Film Tusk Labors for Infamy Kevin Smith's Podcast-Inspired Horror Film Tusk Labors for Infamy
Feed the beast.
, September 17, 2014
Kevin Smith is a bright guy who over the years has become a little too taken with his own persona, his own jokes, his own cult following —... More>>
David Bowie Is Lovingly Brings the Starman to Earth David Bowie Is Lovingly Brings the Starman to Earth
, September 17, 2014
It’s the kind of forward-thinking experience David Bowie himself might have predicted. Just for one day, on silver screens across the... More>>
Nick Cave's New Movie Doesn't Quite Reveal the Man Behind the Myth -- and That's a Good Thing Nick Cave's New Movie Doesn't Quite Reveal the Man Behind the Myth -- and That's a Good Thing
, September 17, 2014
In one Nick Cave song, a pedophiliac outlaw caps a murder spree by killing the devil himself. In another, the narrator muses on Miley Cyrus while... More>>
Grim Kiddie Dystopia The Maze Runner Blames the Adults Grim Kiddie Dystopia The Maze Runner Blames the Adults
, September 17, 2014
It’s tough to be a teen in 2014. When your parents’ generation went to the movies, they cracked up at sex comedies and John Hughes.... More>>
Is TV Really Kinder to Older Actresses? Is TV Really Kinder to Older Actresses?
, September 17, 2014
Viola Davis has two Oscar nominations, nearly six dozen acting credits, and the loyal adoration of critics and cinephiles. But there's one thing... More>>
Terry Gilliam's Latest Sci-Fi Adventure The Zero Theorem Serves Up Wild and Wonderful Images Terry Gilliam's Latest Sci-Fi Adventure The Zero Theorem Serves Up Wild and Wonderful Images
, September 17, 2014
Terry Gilliam is a gifted, ambitious filmmaker who, sadly, may now be more famous for being misunderstood and underfunded than he is for... More>>
True-Story Narrative Tracks Recounts a 1,700-Mile Trek Across Australia True-Story Narrative Tracks Recounts a 1,700-Mile Trek Across Australia
, September 17, 2014
'I think you have a problem with people," Rick Smolan (Adam Driver) informs Robyn Davidson (Mia Wasikowska) in the middle of the desert. The... More>>
The Future's Stranger Than He Thought: An Interview with Zero Theorem Director Terry Gilliam The Future's Stranger Than He Thought: An Interview with Zero Theorem Director Terry Gilliam
, September 17, 2014
"I'll always be anti-authoritarian, as long as I live," says Terry Gilliam, the comic provocateur who's been taking aim at the establishment for... More>>
If You're Not a Rich Dope, This Is Where I Leave You Offers Nothing If You're Not a Rich Dope, This Is Where I Leave You Offers Nothing
, September 17, 2014
“I’ve spent my whole life playing it safe,” whines Judd Altman (Jason Bateman), the middle-class milquetoast at the center of... More>>
Auto Industry Doc Pump Emphasizes Our Oil Consumption is Unsustainable Auto Industry Doc Pump Emphasizes Our Oil Consumption is Unsustainable
, September 17, 2014
A car's high beams trace slow-motion lightning across the highway. An auto worker in suspenders strides the factory floor. These seductive images... More>>
The Guest Is a Hilarious Thriller The Guest Is a Hilarious Thriller
, September 17, 2014
Adam Wingard's confident, swoony, and hilarious thriller The Guest delivers on everything — the sex, the humor, the menace, the cool... More>>
Simon Pegg Is Finally Allowed to Be Himself in Hector and the Search for Happiness Simon Pegg Is Finally Allowed to Be Himself in Hector and the Search for Happiness
, September 17, 2014
Simon Pegg has always been more like a cartoon than a real boy. He's one part Charlie Brown to two parts Tintin, a round-faced runt who can... More>>
Space Station 76 Is a Retro-Futuristic Curio Space Station 76 Is a Retro-Futuristic Curio
, September 17, 2014
Don't expect many laughs from this retro-futuristic curio, which doesn't really go for them, despite its parodic title and its '70s insistence... More>>
Life's a Breeze Is a Bittersweet Working-Class Irish Comedy Life's a Breeze Is a Bittersweet Working-Class Irish Comedy
, September 17, 2014
Irish director Lance Daly's Life's a Breeze faces a curious dilemma. How to depict the degrading effects of poverty when your central character,... More>>
Fort Bliss Allows Michelle Monaghan to Display Her Range Fort Bliss Allows Michelle Monaghan to Display Her Range
, September 17, 2014
It figures that Michelle Monaghan, one of too many underutilized actresses usually relegated to playing the hero's wife, would have to go... More>>
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