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Pattinson and Pearce Battle Through The Rover Pattinson and Pearce Battle Through The Rover
, June 11, 2014
The Rover, Australian filmmaker David Michôd's follow-up to the brutish family drama Animal Kingdom, is a post-apocalyptic western from... More>>
The Signal is Too Busy Blowing Minds to Tell a Story The Signal is Too Busy Blowing Minds to Tell a Story
, June 11, 2014
There's still one kind of dread that today's genre filmmakers can reliably stir up: that fear that everything we've been watching onscreen is... More>>
Bristling Violette Exposes a Creator's Nerve Bristling Violette Exposes a Creator's Nerve
, June 11, 2014
Violette is a film consumed by hunger, as was its heroine, the French writer Violette Leduc: hunger for love, for companionship, for artistic... More>>
Witching and Bitching: This Spanish Horror Comedy is a Joyous, Sexist Mess Witching and Bitching: This Spanish Horror Comedy is a Joyous, Sexist Mess
, June 11, 2014
A major achievement in sunny wretchedness, Álex de la Iglesia's splatter-comedy Witching & Bitching projectile pukes its outrages at you... More>>
Northern Light is a Stellar Doc of Real American Beauty Northern Light is a Stellar Doc of Real American Beauty
Life in the Ice
, June 11, 2014
What do you do when there's little left for folks like you to do? Work has mostly dried up for the hardscrabble Yoopers of Northern Light, Nick... More>>
Debut Feature A Coffee in Berlin Is a Sort of German Frances Ha
, June 11, 2014
Jan Ole Gerster's debut feature, A Coffee in Berlin (originally titled Oh Boy), arrives in the U.S. riding a wave of success, having swept... More>>
The Defiant Manuscripts Don't Burn Exposes Iran's Brutal Measures Against Free Expression The Defiant Manuscripts Don't Burn Exposes Iran's Brutal Measures Against Free Expression
, June 11, 2014
Harrowing, defiant, and exemplifying through its very existence the moral courage its totalitarian villains stamp down, Mohammad Rasoulof's... More>>
The Maudlin Lullaby Is Off-Key The Maudlin Lullaby Is Off-Key
, June 11, 2014
Rarely has the terminal seemed as interminable as it does in Lullaby, writer-director Andrew Levitas's tedious saga of a family reuniting at the... More>>
Hellion Offers Aaron Paul His Most Grown-Up Role Yet Hellion Offers Aaron Paul His Most Grown-Up Role Yet
, June 11, 2014
In writer-director Kit Candler's debut feature, the actors do powerful work despite a screenplay whose plotting often feels forced and schematic.... More>>
Nan Goldin: I Remember Your Face Is Too Friendly to Tell a Compelling Story Nan Goldin: I Remember Your Face Is Too Friendly to Tell a Compelling Story
, June 11, 2014
Contemplating a recent exhibition of the photography of Nan Goldin, German poet and academic Joachim Sartorius admits he found it astonishing... More>>
I Am I Puts a Refreshing Spin on Daddy Issues I Am I Puts a Refreshing Spin on Daddy Issues
, June 11, 2014
Written and directed by Jocelyn Towne, the moving I Am I presents a refreshing spin on both the amnesia and daddy issues genres. On the... More>>
Relive Washington State's Fight for Marijuana Legalization in Evergreen Relive Washington State's Fight for Marijuana Legalization in Evergreen
, June 11, 2014
In 2012, advocates for marijuana legalization pushed Initiative 502 onto the ballot in Washington state. This year, director Riley Morton... More>>
You Will Cry, But The Amazing Catfish Is More About Finding Family Than Losing It You Will Cry, But The Amazing Catfish Is More About Finding Family Than Losing It
, June 11, 2014
Claudia Sainte-Luce's semi-autobiographical indie has a knack for subverting stereotypes without making a big deal about it. Like the one that... More>>
Ed Doc Ivory Tower Asks If College Is Worth It Ed Doc Ivory Tower Asks If College Is Worth It
, June 11, 2014
Although it's full of information, the documentary Ivory Tower at its core poses a question: Is the price of college worth it? The film touches... More>>
Policeman Is a Slow-Burning Marvel Policeman Is a Slow-Burning Marvel
, June 11, 2014
Arriving in theaters more than two years after being named the best undistributed film of 2011 by the Village Voice, Nadav Lapid's Policeman... More>>
'80s AIDS Terror Is Bravely Relived in Test '80s AIDS Terror Is Bravely Relived in Test
, June 11, 2014
Six years after his debut feature, The New Twenty, writer-director Chris Mason Johnson returns with a film that's less polished but braver. San... More>>
The Modest Where We Started Is an Engaging Two-Character Portrait of an Affair The Modest Where We Started Is an Engaging Two-Character Portrait of an Affair
, June 11, 2014
Where We Started, the third feature film from writer-director Chris Hansen, is a modest, unassuming two-character portrait about a couple of... More>>
An Audacious Micro-Indie, Breakthrough Weekend At Least Has Wit On Its Side An Audacious Micro-Indie, Breakthrough Weekend At Least Has Wit On Its Side
, June 11, 2014
If you're looking for highly polished filmmaking, you won't find it in Breakthrough Weekend, a micro-indie from Brooklyn–based filmmaker... More>>
2 Autumns, 3 Winters: Sebastien Betbeder and Vincent Macaigne's Stellar Love Story 2 Autumns, 3 Winters: Sebastien Betbeder and Vincent Macaigne's Stellar Love Story
The New Old Nouvelle
, June 04, 2014
Slightly stoop-shouldered, his thinning hair a greasy, unkempt swirl that hangs to his shoulders, the actor Vincent Macaigne, who plays the main... More>>
Borgman Invades a Home -- and Maybe Your Dreams Borgman Invades a Home -- and Maybe Your Dreams
The Calmest Creep-Out
, June 04, 2014
"Destroy your safe and happy lives before it is too late," the Mekons once sang. The smug suburban Dutch family in writer-director Alex van... More>>
In Dormant Beauty, Marco Bellocchio Lays Bare Italian Life, Again In Dormant Beauty, Marco Bellocchio Lays Bare Italian Life, Again
, June 04, 2014
Marco Bellocchio is one of the great filmmakers of Italian cinema, and, still working at 74, he may be the greatest of those living. But his... More>>
The Smart Edge of Tomorrow Keeps Killing Its Star The Smart Edge of Tomorrow Keeps Killing Its Star
Tom Cruise Is Back! (And Back! And Back!)
, June 04, 2014
In 1986, peaceniks were mad at Tom Cruise. That year, the Navy thanked Top Gun for boosting enlistment another 20,000 recruits. Since then, he's... More>>
Obvious Child: They Finally Made an Abortion Comedy -- and It's Good Obvious Child: They Finally Made an Abortion Comedy -- and It's Good
You Can't Do That in Movies
, June 04, 2014
For all the Fox News fear-mongering that Hollywood is out to indoctrinate us with liberal values, when it comes to pregnancy, the movies have... More>>
The Fault in Our Stars: A Grand YA Novel Doesn't Soar Onscreen The Fault in Our Stars: A Grand YA Novel Doesn't Soar Onscreen
The Fault in Our Adapters
, June 04, 2014
Cancer, so costly in real life, can be thrown around pretty cheaply in fiction, which is why most cautious readers and moviegoers are wary of it... More>>
The Warmhearted Supermensch Explores How One Manager Made People Famous The Warmhearted Supermensch Explores How One Manager Made People Famous
, June 04, 2014
Legend has it that after not cutting it as a probation officer, Shep Gordon dropped some acid and stumbled into Hollywood, whereupon Janis Joplin... More>>
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