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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>>
Darkman: Celebrating Sam Raimi's Descent Into Utter Madness Darkman: Celebrating Sam Raimi's Descent Into Utter Madness
, February 19, 2014
No matter what else he does, director Sam Raimi has two unassailable fan favorites under his belt: 1987's Evil Dead 2, and the 1992... More>>
Vesuvius Blows, But Pompeii Doesn't Vesuvius Blows, But Pompeii Doesn't
, February 19, 2014
Here's the last thing I ever would have expected out of Pompeii, that sword-thrust of 3D gladiator-vs.-volcano madness coming right at your... More>>
3 Days to Kill is Nonsense, but Cos' Remains the Boss 3 Days to Kill is Nonsense, but Cos' Remains the Boss
, February 19, 2014
In 1990, the same year that Kevin Costner released the massive global hit Dances with Wolves, a curious thing happened in France. The name Kevin... More>>
A Charismatic Preacher in Religious Thriller Holy Ghost People A Charismatic Preacher in Religious Thriller Holy Ghost People
Not recommended for those with ophidiophobia.
, February 19, 2014
Of all the sins a cinematic flock can forgive its preacher, vanity tops the list. While the backwoods congregation of the Church of One Accord... More>>
Omar, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict at Street Level Omar, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict at Street Level
A fresh slap across the face.
, February 19, 2014
The latest chin-out probe into the mutual-lockjaw Israeli-Palestinian scenario from Paradise Now's director Hany Abu-Assad, this zippy melodrama... More>>
Angels in Stardust, a Cliche-Filled Catalog of Bad Ideas Angels in Stardust, a Cliche-Filled Catalog of Bad Ideas
, February 19, 2014
Vallie Sue (AJ Michalka), the wistful twentysomething hero of William Robert Carey's Angels in Stardust, is a dreamer. She dreams of abandoning... More>>
Chaplin of the Mountains Tracks an Incomprehensible Quest in Northern Iraq Chaplin of the Mountains Tracks an Incomprehensible Quest in Northern Iraq
, February 19, 2014
The glorious centerpiece of 1982's Fitzcarraldo, in which Klaus Kinski's lunatic outsider undertakes his passion project of bringing opera to the... More>>
Black Out: A Movie That Imitates Movies That Imitate Movies Black Out: A Movie That Imitates Movies That Imitate Movies
, February 19, 2014
A self-aware, borderline self-reflexive action-comedy from the Netherlands, Arne Toonen's Black Out is derivative in a way that undermines its... More>>
One Candle, Two Candles... Can't Make Violence Against Women Funny One Candle, Two Candles... Can't Make Violence Against Women Funny
, February 19, 2014
While the cinema of Kurdistan isn't known for its yuks, there are a couple of gentle doozies in Kurdish-American filmmaker Jano Rosebiani's... More>>
Broadway Understudies Get the Spotlight in The Standbys Broadway Understudies Get the Spotlight in The Standbys
, February 19, 2014
Disrespected by both audiences and the headliners who they're hired to step in for at a moment's notice, Broadway understudies get their own... More>>
Indian 1 Percenter Kidnapped! Then She Falls in Love! It's Bollywood Indian 1 Percenter Kidnapped! Then She Falls in Love! It's Bollywood
, February 19, 2014
Veering through genres as only Bollywood can, Imtiaz Ali's Highway is nothing if not erratic in its narrative delivery — though its... More>>
Barefoot: A Reckless Bad Boy Meets a Laboriously Unique Ingenue Barefoot: A Reckless Bad Boy Meets a Laboriously Unique Ingenue
, February 19, 2014
This ill-advised tale of amour fou introduces reckless bad boy Jay (Scott Speedman) to the laboriously unique Daisy (Evan Rachel Wood), a patient... More>>
Winter's Tale Is Pretty and not Much Else Winter's Tale Is Pretty and not Much Else
, February 12, 2014
It's a little sad that Colin Farrell has outgrown roles that require him to wear raggedy sweaters and say things like "For fook's sake!" It had... More>>
The New Black: In the Fight for Marriage Equality, Black People Aren't the Problem The New Black: In the Fight for Marriage Equality, Black People Aren't the Problem
, February 12, 2014
There's a gorgeous moment in Yoruba Richen's documentary The New Black in which two young black lesbian activists canvass an inner-city black... More>>
Think You're Special? See Adult World Think You're Special? See Adult World
A terrific small-budget indie.
, February 12, 2014
Every once in a while a terrific small-budget indie comes along and nobody even blinks. Adult World, directed by Scott Coffey (known mostly as... More>>
The New Black Director Yoruba Richen on Gayness in Black Life: It's a "Difficult Conversation" The New Black Director Yoruba Richen on Gayness in Black Life: It's a "Difficult Conversation"
, February 12, 2014
Because queer lives are lived across myriad realities, conversations about homophobia are also necessarily conversations about race, religion... More>>
British Horror-Comedy A Fantastic Fear of Everything Feels Forced Rather Than Funny British Horror-Comedy A Fantastic Fear of Everything Feels Forced Rather Than Funny
, February 12, 2014
Edgar Wright’s spot-on haunted house parody Don’t, the best of the half-dozen trailer spoofs showcased in the feature-length version... More>>
The Gentler New RoboCop Limited Only By Focus Groups The Gentler New RoboCop Limited Only By Focus Groups
, February 12, 2014
Congratulations, Detroit. In 1987, Paul Verhoeven's RoboCop cemented it as the most violent city in the world, an honor the Motor City resented... More>>
The 1987 RoboCop's ED-209: The Movies' Greatest Badass Robot? The 1987 RoboCop's ED-209: The Movies' Greatest Badass Robot?
, February 12, 2014
Director José Padilha's long-delayed RoboCop reboot has arrived, and it’s neither an unalloyed (see what I did there?) triumph nor... More>>
In Berlin, In Order of Disappearance Feels Like a Tarantino Picture In Berlin, In Order of Disappearance Feels Like a Tarantino Picture
, February 12, 2014
Though it’s difficult to pinpoint the typical Berlin Film Festival film, I’ve attended the festival enough times to attest that most... More>>
Endless Love Earns Its Title the Bad Way Endless Love Earns Its Title the Bad Way
, February 12, 2014
The endless love in question unfolds in that universe where shy, bookish teenage girls are always catalog-model beautiful, not a pimple in sight... More>>
About Last Night: Hilarious Sex-Talk Romance Trumps One of Its Predecessors About Last Night: Hilarious Sex-Talk Romance Trumps One of Its Predecessors
, February 12, 2014
Just as animated characters who look too human creep us out, could there be a phenomenon we might call the RomCom Uncanny Valley, a case when... More>>
Stations of the Cross Leading at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival Stations of the Cross Leading at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival
, February 12, 2014
Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, both of which publish special daily issues at the major international festivals, may be the most famous movie... More>>
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