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Of Horses and Men Is Funny, Gorgeous, and Upsetting Of Horses and Men Is Funny, Gorgeous, and Upsetting
You might not want to bring the kids.
, March 11, 2015
Benedikt Erlingsson's Of Horses and Men is the rare honest film about horses, one as frank about their tubelike erections as it is caught up in... More>>
In Geezer Shoot-'em-Up Run All Night, Liam Neeson Gets Us Hooked on His Misery In Geezer Shoot-'em-Up Run All Night, Liam Neeson Gets Us Hooked on His Misery
, March 11, 2015
Jaume Collet-Serra's Run All Night, a shoot-'em-up about an out-to-pasture hit man desperate to keep his boss and best friend from whacking his... More>>
3 Hearts Is a Passionate, Winning French Melodrama 3 Hearts Is a Passionate, Winning French Melodrama
, March 11, 2015
A man is the lead in 3 Hearts, the melodrama from director-writer and New Wave inheritor Benoît Jacquot (Farewell, My Queen). The director... More>>
Cymbeline, 2015: Almereyda Produces a Wild Version of Shakespeare's Work Cymbeline, 2015: Almereyda Produces a Wild Version of Shakespeare's Work
, March 11, 2015
A scheming queen, a heroine who disguises herself as a boy, a potion that gives the illusion of death — it's all there in Cymbeline, the... More>>
Spoiler: In HBO's Tough-Minded  Going Clear, Scientology Looks Pretty Awful Spoiler: In HBO's Tough-Minded Going Clear, Scientology Looks Pretty Awful
, March 11, 2015
The familiar tale of the billion-dollar rise of L. Ron Hubbard's sci-fi self-help religion-like philosophy/prank/cash-suck gets urgent, stylish... More>>
Boxing Doc Champs Reveals the Inner Lives of Fighters Boxing Doc Champs Reveals the Inner Lives of Fighters
, March 11, 2015
The latest boxing documentary is at its best when it isn't really about boxing. Before moving on to the in-ring action that defined the careers... More>>
It Follows Is the Latest Horror Flick for People Who Think They Don't Like Horror It Follows Is the Latest Horror Flick for People Who Think They Don't Like Horror
, March 11, 2015
In the artfully creepy horror film It Follows, sex kills (eventually). After a night of romance, nineteen-year-old Jay (Maika Monroe) learns that... More>>
Precocious Indie Like Sunday, Like Rain Is as Fussy as Its Title Precocious Indie Like Sunday, Like Rain Is as Fussy as Its Title
, March 11, 2015
Unsurprising given its laughably affected title, Like Sunday, Like Rain boasts what may be the most insufferably precocious protagonist in cinema... More>>
Bring a Notebook and Tissues to Romantic Epic The Lovers Bring a Notebook and Tissues to Romantic Epic The Lovers
, March 11, 2015
The movies generally refute the toxic bromide that nice guys finish last, but not The Lovers. A dopey but lavish romantic epic about magical... More>>
The Yukon Miners in Earth's Golden Playground Believe There's Still Gold in Them Thar Hills The Yukon Miners in Earth's Golden Playground Believe There's Still Gold in Them Thar Hills
, March 11, 2015
To hear Earth's Golden Playground tell it, the true mother lode has yet to be struck. The reality may be much less promising than that fanciful... More>>
Walter's Ace Cast Can't Make Childhood Funny Walter's Ace Cast Can't Make Childhood Funny
, March 11, 2015
Though there are no huge box-office draws in the cast of Walter, many of the supporting actors have such name recognition — and acting... More>>
Meet the Greats Behind Sixties Hits in The Wrecking Crew Meet the Greats Behind Sixties Hits in The Wrecking Crew
, March 11, 2015
Here's one consolation for the years it apparently took Denny Tedesco to get his labor-of-love documentary The Wrecking Crew wrapped up and in... More>>
Treading Water Confirms Quirky Is the New Bland Treading Water Confirms Quirky Is the New Bland
, March 11, 2015
Originally, Treading Water was called The Boy Who Smells Like Fish — a more accurate title, though the new one is more appropriately... More>>
Katherine Heigl's Comeback Begins With Suburban Comedy Home Sweet Hell Katherine Heigl's Comeback Begins With Suburban Comedy Home Sweet Hell
, March 11, 2015
If you've been a movie-watcher for more than a few months, you know the suburbs of 21st-century America are merely a glossy façade behind... More>>
Tina Fey's Weird and Winsome Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Channels Liz Lemon and Leslie Knope Tina Fey's Weird and Winsome Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Channels Liz Lemon and Leslie Knope
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt review
, March 04, 2015
The world is a terrible place. That's the uncompromising truth with which Tina Fey and Robert Carlock begin Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix),... More>>
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Earns a Silver Medal The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Earns a Silver Medal
, March 04, 2015
Almost immediately after it was released, the 2012 stealth hit Best Exotic Marigold Hotel became more a punchline than a movie. Who knew... More>>
Parisian Spring: This Year's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema Might Melt Our City at Last Parisian Spring: This Year's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema Might Melt Our City at Last
, March 04, 2015
Apologies to T.S. Eliot, but March in New York is surely the cruelest month, often a 31-day mantle of cold or drizzle (or both) through which... More>>
Strong New Docs on Hoaxers and Debunkers Reveal a Country Eager to Be Fooled Strong New Docs on Hoaxers and Debunkers Reveal a Country Eager to Be Fooled
Reviews of An Honest Liar and Merchants of Doubt
, March 04, 2015
The public really doesn't listen when they're being told straightforward facts," says the Amazing Randi. The magician, escape artist, and tiny... More>>
Grey Gardens Gets Spruced Up at Film Forum Grey Gardens Gets Spruced Up at Film Forum
, March 04, 2015
You might want to protest that a sparkling new print of Grey Gardens violates the point of Grey Gardens. But if you feel strongly about it... More>>
In the Oddly Emotional Chappie, Humans Are Weirder Than the Rapping Robot In the Oddly Emotional Chappie, Humans Are Weirder Than the Rapping Robot
, March 04, 2015
It's an ironic truth that directors fascinated by robots tend to make inhuman movies. From Ridley Scott's Blade Runner to last year's... More>>
The Mind of Mark DeFriest Is a Powerful Indictment of the Prison System The Mind of Mark DeFriest Is a Powerful Indictment of the Prison System
, March 04, 2015
A chilling, timely, often darkly and unexpectedly humorous look at one man's brutal experiences in the American prison system, the documentary... More>>
In The Mafia Only Kills in Summer, the Cosa Nostra Is  Gloriously Lampooned In The Mafia Only Kills in Summer, the Cosa Nostra Is Gloriously Lampooned
, March 04, 2015
The city of Palermo has long suffered under the rule of a criminal empire: the Sicilian Mafia, better known as the Cosa Nostra. Anti-mob group... More>>
Deli Man Documents a Grand Food Tradition Deli Man Documents a Grand Food Tradition
, March 04, 2015
Chinese and Italian cuisines in America recall the traditions of homelands to which their practitioners can return. Not so with the Jewish... More>>
NYC Drug Drama Straight Outta Tompkins Is Engaging but Overstuffed NYC Drug Drama Straight Outta Tompkins Is Engaging but Overstuffed
, March 04, 2015
With a title that plays knowingly on NWA, this autobiographical debut from 21-year-old writer-director-star Zephyr Benson swaps the black L.A.... More>>
Adam Carolla Mines His Own Career for Road Hard Adam Carolla Mines His Own Career for Road Hard
, March 04, 2015
Adam Carolla mines his own career trajectory for worn-out dramedic pap in Road Hard, in which the comedian plays autobiographical proxy Bruce, a... More>>
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