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What a Production: Nanjing Massacre as Showstopper in Flowers of War The Flowers of War
, December 21, 2011
Zhang Yimou was an ideal choice to be chief director of the 2008 Beijing Olympics' opening and closing ceremonies. With recent movies like House... More>>
The Year in Film: J. Hoberman's Personal Best The Year in Film: J. Hoberman's Personal Best
His 10 favorite of the year, plus 2
, December 21, 2011
The past 12 months brought a number of powerful, introspective, big-theme cine-statements, many of them by old masters (see below). Some pondered... More>>
Angelina's War Movie: Hollywood Goes to Bosnia in The Land of Blood and Honey In the Land of Blood and Honey
, December 21, 2011
It's 1992, and Ajla (Zana Marjanovic) and Danijel (Goran Kostic) are about to hook up in a Bosnian nightclub when they're interrupted by a bomb... More>>
Albert Nobbs Albert Nobbs
, December 21, 2011
Fulfilling a mission that has consumed her for almost two decades, Glenn Close—as producer, co-writer, and lead—brings to the screen... More>>
Miss Minoes Miss Minoes
, December 21, 2011
More delightful than Procatinator and a greater tribute to the power of print journalism than Page One: Inside the New York Times, Miss Minoes... More>>
White People Problems in Roman Polanski's Carnage White People Problems in Roman Polanski's Carnage
The parental rage of brownstone Brooklyn in Carnage
, December 14, 2011
Roman Polanski's adaptation of Yasmina Reza's hit play, Carnage, stars Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly, Christoph Waltz, and Kate Winslet as two... More>>
A Bond Makeover for Sherlock Holmes in Game of Shadows Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
, December 14, 2011
Although supplying boy's adventure thrills on the side, Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories are remarkable for how they make the process... More>>
Man on a Mission Man on a Mission
Ghost Protocol lets Tom Cruise, the Bankable Movie Star, live another day
, December 14, 2011
For 15 years and now four sequels, Tom Cruise has pilgrimaged regularly to the Mission: Impossible franchise. Like a Hindu’s rejuvenating... More>>
Because It's No Fun to Download a Gift Because It's No Fun to Download a Gift
DVDs for the movie-lovers on your list
, December 14, 2011
Not yet entirely vaporized by The Cloud, DVDs are still things that can be wrapped, tied, and stuffed into a stocking. Herewith, and with a... More>>
The Limits of Free Love in Deep End Deep End
, December 14, 2011
A phantom film for more than three decades over a rights issue and only now redelivered to screens, Jerzy Skolimowski's Deep End (1970) comes... More>>
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked
, December 14, 2011
Alvin learns to grow up in Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, but maturity remains an alien concept to this CG song-and-dance franchise, which... More>>
Empty Quarter Empty Quarter
, December 14, 2011
A brooding meditation on open space, forward motion, and the human impulse to make something out of nothing (and, inevitably, vice versa), this... More>>
Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel
, December 14, 2011
Bio-doc Corman's World examines the maverick legacy of Roger Corman, who made his reputation, such as it is, beginning in the '50s as the... More>>
Sleepless Night Stories Sleepless Night Stories
, December 14, 2011
Jonas Mekas, 88-year-old Lithuanian-American poet, filmmaker, co-founder of Anthology Film Archives, and all-around proselytizer for the... More>>
Addiction Incorporated Addiction Incorporated
, December 14, 2011
With a name that not even the PR team at Smokefree America could dream up, Victor DeNoble emerges as the hero of Charles Evans Jr.'s mostly... More>>
Cook County Cook County
, December 14, 2011
One's tolerance for Cook County, a dysfunctional family melodrama set amid the chaos of a family home/meth lab in East Texas, is proportional to... More>>
The Pill The Pill
, December 14, 2011
Fred (Noah Bean) is the slimiest little shit to hit the screen in years, and one of the chief pleasures of J.C. Khoury's inadvertently topical... More>>
Former Prom Queen Tries to Go Home Again in Young Adult Young Adult
Charlize Theron’s prom queen goes home again in YA
, December 07, 2011
Described as a "psychotic prom-queen bitch," the anti-heroine of Young Adult is a prize part that affords Charlize Theron one of the season's... More>>
No Child Left Behind No Child Left Behind
Jonah Hill, a charming, self-aware loafer, in The Sitter
, December 07, 2011
Big, soft, squishy: These words describe Jonah Hill’s heart as well as his body in The Sitter, the mixed-bag last record of its star's... More>>
Patton Oswalt Was Once a Young Adult, Has Aged, Reflects Patton Oswalt Was Once a Young Adult, Has Aged, Reflects
Comedian of dramedy
, December 07, 2011
In the arrested-development dramedy Young Adult, actor-comedian Patton Oswalt faces his biggest career challenge to date: holding his own against... More>>
Bad Mommy: Tilda Swinton and Her Problem Child in We Need To Talk About Kevin We Need to Talk About Kevin
, December 07, 2011
In Lynne Ramsay's We Need to Talk About Kevin, Tilda Swinton lives out an urban bohemian's worst nightmare. Forced to give up her independence... More>>
You Know You Are Watching a Garry Marshall Movie When... You Know You Are Watching a Garry Marshall Movie When...
Middlebrow hero
, December 07, 2011
Garry Marshall gives you what you came for. "A dollar's work for a dollar's pay" is how Marshall mainstay Hector Elizondo puts it in The Flamingo... More>>
John Hurt Never Had Any Ambition, and Other Good Stuff John Hurt Quartet
, December 07, 2011
One of the most accomplished (and most steadily-employed) English actors of his generation, John Hurt is known for his droll Quentin Crisp, I,... More>>
Back to the Cold War with  Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
, December 07, 2011
John le Carré's Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, the 1974 spy novel generally regarded as the writer's finest, is predicated on a pair of... More>>
Knuckle Knuckle
, December 07, 2011
Making UFC brawlers seem decidedly dainty by comparison, Ireland's Quinn McDonagh clan has for decades engaged in bare-knuckle brawls with rival... More>>
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