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Bening and Harris Have Excellent Chemistry in The Face of Love Bening and Harris Have Excellent Chemistry in The Face of Love
, March 05, 2014
Arie Posin's romantic drama tips its hand when we see that protagonist Nikki (Annette Bening), a widowed interior decorator, has chosen posters... More>>
The Island of St. Matthews Captures a Waterlogged Town's Memories The Island of St. Matthews Captures a Waterlogged Town's Memories
, March 05, 2014
For decades, floods arrived in Westport, Mississippi, with such regularity that destruction seemed routine. People had grown accustomed to loss... More>>
Kids for Cash: Teens Got Prison Time for Minor Crimes Kids for Cash: Teens Got Prison Time for Minor Crimes
, February 26, 2014
Think back to the worst thing you did in high school. Shoplifting? Busted with a joint? Trespassing, all lit up on Boone's Farm? Now, imagine... More>>
If Only Non-Stop Were Worthy of Liam Neeson If Only Non-Stop Were Worthy of Liam Neeson
, February 26, 2014
Action heroes with nothing to lose are the best kind, perhaps the only kind worth watching. In the opening seconds of Jaume Collet-Serra's... More>>
Stalingrad, a Simple War Picture, Straightforward In Its Brutality Stalingrad, a Simple War Picture, Straightforward In Its Brutality
In Russian hit Stalingrad, the block busters you.
, February 26, 2014
In the admittedly dubious interest of using national stereotypes as a way of understanding human nature, let's posit that while Americans have... More>>
Patrice Chéreau's Big Feelings on Screen Patrice Chéreau's Big Feelings on Screen
, February 26, 2014
"Everywhere love stories are exactly the same," Patrice Chéreau, who died in October at age 68, told the Guardian in 2011. "The game of... More>>
Meet Skinaflix, the Netflix for Aficionados of Old-School Porn Meet Skinaflix, the Netflix for Aficionados of Old-School Porn
, February 26, 2014
“Sex films sell, and other stuff doesn't . . . or at least not nearly as well,” says film preservationist Joe Rubin. Rubin, 24 years... More>>
Hard to Be a God: Brilliant Russian Film Imagines Humanity Without a Renaissance Hard to Be a God: Brilliant Russian Film Imagines Humanity Without a Renaissance
, February 26, 2014
The first thing I saw when I arrived in the Netherlands for this year's International Film Festival Rotterdam was a glossy print of... More>>
Son of God is a Chintzy Melodrama About the Horrors of Capital Punishment Son of God is a Chintzy Melodrama About the Horrors of Capital Punishment
, February 26, 2014
When we first meet the hero of Son of God, a kind of chintzy melodrama about the horrors of capital punishment, he’s approaching a... More>>
HairBrained Finds Its Identity in Long Line of College Comedies HairBrained Finds Its Identity in Long Line of College Comedies
, February 26, 2014
Billy Kent's charming HairBrained comes from a long legacy of collegiate comedies but still finds its own identity. After he fails to get into... More>>
Marketa Lazarova, a Masterpiece of the the Czech New Wave Marketa Lazarova, a Masterpiece of the the Czech New Wave
The '67 historial epic opens February 28 at BAMcinématek
, February 26, 2014
By now, this burly, seething musk ox of a movie, arguably the most convincing film about the Middle Ages ever made, should be on everyone's... More>>
The Lunchbox Is a Slow-Building, Low-Key Romantic Dramedy set in Mumbai The Lunchbox Is a Slow-Building, Low-Key Romantic Dramedy set in Mumbai
, February 26, 2014
"The way to a man's heart is through his stomach" runs the old cliché and the rather uninspired starting point for The Lunchbox, a... More>>
Bottled Up: Loose Humor Breaks the Tension of This Addiction Story Bottled Up: Loose Humor Breaks the Tension of This Addiction Story
, February 26, 2014
Finally, a sexually viable onscreen mom whose jeans maintain an appropriately high waistline, who wears chunky sneakers to the grocery store, and... More>>
In Two Lives, an Old Nazi Secret Comes to Light In Two Lives, an Old Nazi Secret Comes to Light
, February 26, 2014
Seven decades later, the creative well has somehow not yet run dry on the ripple effects of Nazi Germany's offenses, though writer-director Georg... More>>
Cusack and De Niro in Opaquely Plotted Thriller The Bag Man Cusack and De Niro in Opaquely Plotted Thriller The Bag Man
, February 26, 2014
Two things are made abundantly clear by The Bag Man: Hollywood has completely forgotten how to best utilize John Cusack, and Robert De Niro can... More>>
Chlorine: A Tiresome Dramatic Comedy Made With Cliches Chlorine: A Tiresome Dramatic Comedy Made With Cliches
, February 26, 2014
Chlorine begins, perhaps a bit pompously, with a quote from William S. Burroughs — though the only affinity the film shares with the author... More>>
Fatal Assistance: A Scattered, Impressionistic Look at Haiti's Post-Quake Problems Fatal Assistance: A Scattered, Impressionistic Look at Haiti's Post-Quake Problems
, February 26, 2014
There's no more sobering example of the feeble results of the massive, multibillion-dollar relief effort that is post-Haitian-earthquake... More>>
Almost Human: A Body-Snatching Hybrid You've Seen Before Almost Human: A Body-Snatching Hybrid You've Seen Before
, February 26, 2014
"Based on true events" or not, Almost Human is a lame hybrid of Invasion of the Body Snatchers and Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. One scare... More>>
Despite Delays, Odd Thomas Remains Eager To Please Despite Delays, Odd Thomas Remains Eager To Please
, February 26, 2014
Communicating with the dead can be a mixed bag, special-abilities-wise, and in Odd Thomas, the eager-to-please latest effort from director... More>>
Child's Pose: Gheorghiu Amazes In a New Romanian Classic Child's Pose: Gheorghiu Amazes In a New Romanian Classic
, February 19, 2014
Ah, the Romanians — sometimes it seems like no one else is bothering to make movies for grown-ups anymore. Those of us with an abiding New... More>>
Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me, a Gift of a Doc That Celebrates Its Subject's Brittle Brilliance Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me, a Gift of a Doc That Celebrates Its Subject's Brittle Brilliance
, February 19, 2014
"I've got a certain amount of fame, I've got money — I wish I could fuckin' drive," 86-year-old Elaine Stritch carps just a breath into... More>>
Comment Section: The Cerebral, the Cracked, and the Catchall at Lincoln Center Comment Section: The Cerebral, the Cracked, and the Catchall at Lincoln Center
, February 19, 2014
Film journals have always occupied a unique place in the cinephilic ecosystem, a place where lines were drawn as titans tussled over theories... More>>
Lit-Class Thriller In Secret Shouldn't Be Kept To Yourself Lit-Class Thriller In Secret Shouldn't Be Kept To Yourself
, February 19, 2014
Almost a pop history of Western culture's relationship to female orgasm, Charlie Stratton's In Secret is a spirited zip through Zola's... More>>
Hayao Miyazaki's Gorgeous Final Film The Wind Rises Gets English Soundtrack Hayao Miyazaki's Gorgeous Final Film The Wind Rises Gets English Soundtrack
, February 19, 2014
In 1998, Douglas Adams published a sweet, funny essay called "Riding the Rays," about an excursion to Hayman Island to try a kind of underwater... More>>
Wrong Move, Remake: The Lasting Relevance of Paul Verhoeven's Original RoboCop Wrong Move, Remake: The Lasting Relevance of Paul Verhoeven's Original RoboCop
, February 19, 2014
It doesn’t feature iPhones, Twitter, or an internet, and yet Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop remains perhaps the most prescient sci-fi... More>>
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