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Cannes Report: Timothy Spall Gives the Performance of His Career in Mr. Turner Cannes Report: Timothy Spall Gives the Performance of His Career in Mr. Turner
, May 14, 2014
If you’ve ever loved a terrible person, Mike Leigh’s quietly sensational Cannes competition entry Mr. Turner -- a biopic, of sorts,... More>>
Doc American Jesus Is a Concerned Examination Rather Than an Assault on Christian Belief Doc American Jesus Is a Concerned Examination Rather Than an Assault on Christian Belief
Believin' in the U.S.A.
, May 14, 2014
How's this for ambition? In American Jesus, director Aram Garriga endeavors to survey most of contemporary U.S. Christianity, in both its... More>>
Cannes Report: Euro Men Can Dress! Plus: Damian Szifron's Standout Wild Tales Cannes Report: Euro Men Can Dress! Plus: Damian Szifron's Standout Wild Tales
, May 14, 2014
Cannes, on festival weekends, is wild: Every night is busy on the Croisette, the long boulevard that winds along the shore and past the Palais... More>>
Cannes Report: In Foxcatcher, Channing Tatum Gives What Must Be One of the Year's Best Performances Cannes Report: In Foxcatcher, Channing Tatum Gives What Must Be One of the Year's Best Performances
, May 14, 2014
If all of Cannes isn't it love with Channing Tatum right now, it should be. During the photo-call for Bennett Miller's Foxcatcher on Monday... More>>
Don Peyote Should Remember Nobody Likes to Listen to Someone Ramble While High Don Peyote Should Remember Nobody Likes to Listen to Someone Ramble While High
, May 14, 2014
Here are some things that happen in Don Peyote: A badly animated CG tidal wave engulfs downtown Manhattan. Anne Hathaway performs martial arts in... More>>
Cyber-Seniors Will Make You Want to Accept That Friend Request from Grandma Cyber-Seniors Will Make You Want to Accept That Friend Request from Grandma
, May 14, 2014
Advancing global communication has been a mantra of the social media age, but with technology blitzing forward so rapidly, many older citizens... More>>
Aaron Yeger's Roma Doc A People Uncounted Merges the Old World with the Contemporary Aaron Yeger's Roma Doc A People Uncounted Merges the Old World with the Contemporary
, May 14, 2014
The people of director Aaron Yeger's documentary A People Uncounted are the Roma, more commonly known as Gypsies, a diasporic ethnic group whose... More>>
Dr. Strangelove: The Most Viciously Anti-Patriarchal Film Ever Made in Hollywood Dr. Strangelove: The Most Viciously Anti-Patriarchal Film Ever Made in Hollywood
, May 14, 2014
Essential postwar American cinema, Hope-Crosby-style mirror image of Fail-Safe, Rabelaisian Cold War slapstick -- Stanley Kubrick's first... More>>
Re-Enactors Get Their Own Sweet Family Movie with The Discoverers Re-Enactors Get Their Own Sweet Family Movie with The Discoverers
, May 14, 2014
In his debut feature, Justin Schwarz is clearly drawing from the same bag of tricks as many of his indie comedy predecessors, but he's refining... More>>
Unbearable Tedium, Then Violence In Why Does Herr R. Run Amok? Unbearable Tedium, Then Violence In Why Does Herr R. Run Amok?
, May 14, 2014
Kurt Raab, the hero of 1970's Why Does Herr R. Run Amok? (screening as part of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's "Fassbinder: Romantic... More>>
A Short History of Decay Triumphs Over Its Pretensions A Short History of Decay Triumphs Over Its Pretensions
, May 14, 2014
A Short History of Decay puts its worst foot forward, as protagonist Nathan (Bryan Greenberg)'s girlfriend, Erika (Emmanuelle Chriqui), breaks up... More>>
Half of a Yellow Sun Strikes a Balance Between Drama and History Half of a Yellow Sun Strikes a Balance Between Drama and History
, May 14, 2014
Setting your romantic epic against a historical backdrop is a risky proposition: Lend too much weight to actual events (especially those as... More>>
Wolf Creek 2 Offers More of the Same Casual Brutality Wolf Creek 2 Offers More of the Same Casual Brutality
, May 14, 2014
To surpass the original, sequels must avoid repeating events and themes covered in the original. This is easier with certain genres, like action... More>>
How Four Moroccan Friends Were Drawn in by Islamic Fundamentalists In Horses of God How Four Moroccan Friends Were Drawn in by Islamic Fundamentalists In Horses of God
, May 14, 2014
Two matched scenes set 10 years apart depicting soccer games among Moroccan slum kids, both climaxing in violence, illustrate the unchanging... More>>
Cold Bloom Portrays the Emotional Weight of a People in the Aftermath of the Fukushima Disaster Cold Bloom Portrays the Emotional Weight of a People in the Aftermath of the Fukushima Disaster
, May 14, 2014
On March 11, 2011, Japan was struck by a tsunami and the worst earthquake in its recorded history. Filmmaker Atsushi Funahashi soon made two... More>>
Ai Weiwei: The Fake CaseIs a Wandering Doc on the Chinese Dissident Ai Weiwei: The Fake CaseIs a Wandering Doc on the Chinese Dissident
, May 14, 2014
Notably paradoxical, Andreas Johnsen's documentary Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case manages to be both pointed and wandering throughout. The latest doc... More>>
Xavier Makes His Final Stop in Chinese Puzzle Xavier Makes His Final Stop in Chinese Puzzle
, May 14, 2014
As the American university industry makes study abroad programs all but mandatory and damn luxurious at that, it can be tempting to write off... More>>
Fed Up Rails Compellingly Against Big Sugar Fed Up Rails Compellingly Against Big Sugar
Rabbit, Take Those Kids' Trix
, May 07, 2014
"This is the first generation that is expected to live shorter lives than their parents," says Katie Couric, the narrator of Fed Up. It's an... More>>
Jason Baldwin and Atom Egoyan on Making Art of the West Memphis Three Jason Baldwin and Atom Egoyan on Making Art of the West Memphis Three
Paradise Hereafter
, May 07, 2014
Jason Baldwin had already been in prison for several years when his friend Mojo shook him awake at 2:30 one morning. "My first thought was, 'I... More>>
Moms' Night Out is a PG-rated Hangover That Argues Moms Shouldn't Have Nights Out Moms' Night Out is a PG-rated Hangover That Argues Moms Shouldn't Have Nights Out
, May 07, 2014
Outrageously enough, the moral of Moms' Night Out seems to be that moms should never get a night out. This Mother's Day weekend release is... More>>
Frat vs. Family Comedy Neighbors Won't Haze You Frat vs. Family Comedy Neighbors Won't Haze You
Worth Your Pledge
, May 07, 2014
Nicholas Stoller's hilarious Neighbors splashes into summer with the satisfying swish-plop-hooray of a winning beer pong serve, making the... More>>
Chereau's Queen Margot Returns and Still Stuns Chereau's Queen Margot Returns and Still Stuns
His Majesty
, May 07, 2014
The French film, opera, and theater director Patrice Chéreau, who died in this past October at age 68, once told an interviewer that he... More>>
With Chef, Jon Favreau Whips Up Indie Comfort Food With Chef, Jon Favreau Whips Up Indie Comfort Food
Boy Meets Sandwich
, May 07, 2014
Chef, the back-to-his-roots indie flick from Jon Favreau (Iron Man), is to modern foodie culture as his own Swingers is to '90s swing revival.... More>>
The Devil's Knot Has Already Been Untied -- and Better The Devil's Knot Has Already Been Untied -- and Better
Stuck Inside West Memphis Again
, May 07, 2014
At their worst, the four documentaries that have examined the tragic case of the West Memphis Three have felt like the work of master ironists.... More>>
Gia Coppola's Palo Alto Summons Up the Timeless, for Today Gia Coppola's Palo Alto Summons Up the Timeless, for Today
What Young Feels Like
, May 07, 2014
Remarkable as it seems, there's still poetry to be found in the idea of kids tooling around with nothing much to do. Whether you grew up in a... More>>
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