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The Death of the Star Wars Universe The Death of the Star Wars Universe
Why Millions of Fans Have Felt a Great Disturbance in the Force
, June 18, 2014
Recently, Star Wars fans, along with much of the planet's pop-culture collective, nearly ruptured the internet in their enthusiasm to share... More>>
Think Like a Man Too Thinks Like Too Many Other Movies Think Like a Man Too Thinks Like Too Many Other Movies
, June 18, 2014
Comedies about the battle of the sexes tend to have one clear loser: the audience. Driven by an oppositional view of romance that proved... More>>
Fonzy, a Remake of the 2011 Sperm-Donor Comedy Fonzy, a Remake of the 2011 Sperm-Donor Comedy
, June 18, 2014
The comic plot of Fonzy is outrageous, but to writer-director Isabelle Doval, it's just an armature that supports its gently funny characters and... More>>
Mom's Secret is Exposed in A Picture of You Mom's Secret is Exposed in A Picture of You
, June 18, 2014
Sensitive and understated, J.P. Chan's A Picture of You balances humor and sentiment with an instinctive hand, skillfully unearthing honest,... More>>
Eastwood's Jersey Boys Walk Like Jersey Men Eastwood's Jersey Boys Walk Like Jersey Men
Too Good to Be True
, June 18, 2014
If you think summer movies are clamorous, try a current Broadway musical. Watching Jersey Boys onstage is like soldiering through some extreme... More>>
Paul Haggis's Third Person is a Baffling Rough-Draft Epic Paul Haggis's Third Person is a Baffling Rough-Draft Epic
, June 18, 2014
If a toddler tried to re-create the mystifying behavior of adults, it would look a lot like Paul Haggis's Third Person, a drama where grown-ups... More>>
Forgotten Flick Ravenous Is the Best-Ever Manifest Destiny Cannibal Comedy Forgotten Flick Ravenous Is the Best-Ever Manifest Destiny Cannibal Comedy
, June 18, 2014
Ravenous is a film-shaped UFO: It's so delightfully weird that its very existence defies logic. Imagine a film that makes A Modest... More>>
Roman Polanski's Venus in Fur is a Wicked Power Play Roman Polanski's Venus in Fur is a Wicked Power Play
Marquee de Sade
, June 18, 2014
Plays adapted into movies always feel naked by the time they make it to the screen, their theatrical bones showing through in a most awkward and... More>>
Code Black Is an Absorbing Documentary About the Famed L.A. County Hospital ER Code Black Is an Absorbing Documentary About the Famed L.A. County Hospital ER
, June 18, 2014
Working in an emergency room, where patients might be all but stacked on top of one another, the ability to zero in on crucial patient... More>>
Coherence Is Just another Dinner-Party Apocalypse Coherence Is Just another Dinner-Party Apocalypse
The Talking End Time Blues
, June 18, 2014
In contemporary genre-splash Indiewood, the task is simple but bedevilling: You have an HD camera and a modest house in the L.A. hills; now what... More>>
The Homestretch Tracks the Lives of Three Homeless Chicago Teenagers The Homestretch Tracks the Lives of Three Homeless Chicago Teenagers
, June 18, 2014
Anne de Mare and Kirsten Kelly's documentary The Homestretch tracks the lives of three homeless Chicago teenagers: Roque, whose 1.6 GPA seems... More>>
The Last Sentence Tells the Story of Torgny Segerstedt The Last Sentence Tells the Story of Torgny Segerstedt
, June 18, 2014
Jan Troell's The Last Sentence tells the story of Torgny Segerstedt (Jesper Christensen), the former newspaper editor in Sweden, where he spent... More>>
A Summer's Tale Feels Like a Great Beach Read of a Movie A Summer's Tale Feels Like a Great Beach Read of a Movie
, June 18, 2014
The late New Wave auteur Eric Rohmer equated his films to novels — that's what auteur means, after all — and A Summer's Tale feels... More>>
NJ 4 Doc Out in the Night Is Infuriating and Depressing in Equal Measure NJ 4 Doc Out in the Night Is Infuriating and Depressing in Equal Measure
, June 18, 2014
Perhaps the most resilient notion running through the centuries-long conflict between blackness and the law is the law's idea the black body... More>>
The Intoxicating Miss Lovely, a Thriller Set in '80s India's B-Movie Industry The Intoxicating Miss Lovely, a Thriller Set in '80s India's B-Movie Industry
, June 18, 2014
Florid direction, lurid atmosphere, and reckless passions all contribute to the intoxicating deliriousness of Miss Lovely, a thriller set in... More>>
Le Chef Illuminates the Superficiality of the Restaurant Biz Le Chef Illuminates the Superficiality of the Restaurant Biz
, June 18, 2014
When done right, films about food naturally also touch on larger subjects like love, ambition, and artistic fulfillment. But Daniel Cohen's Le... More>>
Norte, the End of History Tells a Big Story on a Grand Scale Norte, the End of History Tells a Big Story on a Grand Scale
, June 18, 2014
"Truth is dead," declares Fabian (Sid Lucero) at the beginning of Norte, the End of History, luxuriating smugly in his own wisdom. "So is... More>>
The Opaque, Pretentious Exhibition is an Airy Portrait of a Fractured Relationship The Opaque, Pretentious Exhibition is an Airy Portrait of a Fractured Relationship
, June 18, 2014
Less subtle and enigmatic than opaque and off-putting, Exhibition details the disconnection felt by married artists know only as D (Viviane... More>>
An Exhilarating Doc: Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton An Exhilarating Doc: Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton
, June 18, 2014
'When in doubt, twirl." There was a time when that sage advice, given by the late queer genius James Broughton, was actually subversive, an... More>>
What Luck: There's Always More Alec Guinness to See What Luck: There's Always More Alec Guinness to See
, June 11, 2014
Alec Guinness looks like no one, which means he can look like anyone. "Facially," the great critic and journalist Kenneth Tynan wrote, "he is... More>>
Epic drama Burning Bush Reveals Prague Freezing Over Epic drama Burning Bush Reveals Prague Freezing Over
, June 11, 2014
As a movie, Agnieszka Holland's four-hour Cold War drama Burning Bush makes for first-rate TV. That's no swipe. Rather, it's an acknowledgment... More>>
All Cheerleaders Die Is Almost as Its Title All Cheerleaders Die Is Almost as Its Title
, June 11, 2014
You could call it Bring It On meets The Craft and stop right there with considerable accuracy. But why would you, when All Cheerleaders Die... More>>
Narco Thriller Heli Makes War-Zone Art Narco Thriller Heli Makes War-Zone Art
, June 11, 2014
So far onscreen, Mexican narcoculture has generated mostly grim documentaries, but given the carnage and the proximity, you can easily imagine... More>>
How to Train Your Dragon 2: This Sequel (Mostly) Works How to Train Your Dragon 2: This Sequel (Mostly) Works
, June 11, 2014
If you ever have days when you prefer animals to human beings, How to Train Your Dragon 2 is your kind of movie. In some ways, the second entry... More>>
The Comic See You Next Tuesday Nails the Broke-Ass Life The Comic See You Next Tuesday Nails the Broke-Ass Life
, June 11, 2014
One of the more cutting barbs in Noah Baumbach's Frances Ha arrives when its beleaguered ingenue, strapped for cash and eager to bemoan it,... More>>
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