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How Does Jurassic Park 3D Play When You Can't Fast Forward? How Does Jurassic Park 3D Play When You Can't Fast Forward?
, April 03, 2013
"They do move in herds," Sam Neill marvels, purportedly gazing at his director's miracle dinosaurs but in reality directing his wonderment right... More>>
The Company You Keep: Wheezy Rider The Company You Keep: Wheezy Rider
, April 03, 2013
It's time, apparently, for the aging ghosts of '60s radicalism to once again take stock of their sins and compromises. In The Big Chill and... More>>
In Trance, The Crime (And Confusion) Are In The Mind In Trance, The Crime (And Confusion) Are In The Mind
, April 03, 2013
The payoff for solving puzzle films is a collaborative rush—in working out the filmmakers' jigsaws, viewers are invited into the... More>>
Shane Carruth Designed Upstream Color, Now You Put it Together Shane Carruth Designed Upstream Color, Now You Put it Together
, April 03, 2013
There's a thin line between what's truly mysterious and what's totally bogus. A movie that leaves you feeling unclear about what's happening... More>>
Roger Ebert: Why There Can Never Be Another Roger Ebert: Why There Can Never Be Another
, April 03, 2013
A common sentiment recurs through the abundance of eulogies and obituaries penned by film critics in the wake of his death late last week: Roger... More>>
"Privacy is an Outdated Concept" in Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner "Privacy is an Outdated Concept" in Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner
, April 03, 2013
"Privacy is an outdated concept," Wallace Shawn quips in Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner. If he only knew! Shawn's comment comes after... More>>
Evil Dead: Dare Ya Not to Look Evil Dead: Dare Ya Not to Look
, April 03, 2013
In this wittily gory remake of the revered 1981 debut of Oz the Great and Powerful filmmaker Sam Raimi, five college-age friends go to the ol'... More>>
The Brass Teapot Cutesy Conceit is a Struggle The Brass Teapot Cutesy Conceit is a Struggle
, April 03, 2013
Even The Twilight Zone would have struggled with the cutesy conceit of The Brass Teapot, a greed-corrupts cautionary tale about a financially... More>>
The Stranger Things People do When They Think They're Alone The Stranger Things People do When They Think They're Alone
, April 03, 2013
Ever caught yourself watching a stranger who was oblivious to your eye, and become fixated for so long that the situation began to feel weird,... More>>
Think The Walking Dead Has a Woman Problem? Here's the Source. Think The Walking Dead Has a Woman Problem? Here's the Source.
, April 03, 2013
Four years ago, on assignment for The Comics Journal, I asked Robert Kirkman a tough question about his Walking Dead comic series, a question... More>>
Five Amazing, Ridiculous Soap Opera Plots Five Amazing, Ridiculous Soap Opera Plots
, April 03, 2013
Soap operas are more wondrous and ridiculous than you may realize, especially if you're under the misapprehension that soaps -- especially... More>>
Simon Killer Aces The Oldest, Darkest Story Simon Killer Aces The Oldest, Darkest Story
, April 03, 2013
"The meek shall inherit the Earth," somebody said once—probably Truffaut, writing in Cahiers du Cinema. Two pictures into his thrilling... More>>
No Place on Earth Follows Ukranian Jews Into the Caves that Shielded them From Nazis No Place on Earth Follows Ukranian Jews Into the Caves that Shielded them From Nazis
, April 03, 2013
Part The Diary of Anne Frank, part The Swiss Family Robinson, and part The Shawshank Redemption, No Place on Earth, about a Ukrainian Jewish... More>>
The Story of Luke Could Use More Grit The Story of Luke Could Use More Grit
, April 03, 2013
A feel-good story about an autistic man's quest for independence, The Story of Luke is a charming little film in need of a bit more grit. After... More>>
On Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal, Or How the Art World Is Fuled by Kill-or-be-killed Bloodlust On Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal, Or How the Art World Is Fuled by Kill-or-be-killed Bloodlust
, April 03, 2013
Carnage breeds creativity for Lars (Keep the Lights On's Thure Lindhardt), a former up-and-coming painter who finds himself back at the easel... More>>
Lotus Eaters, Beautifully Photographed and Maddeningly Shallow Lotus Eaters, Beautifully Photographed and Maddeningly Shallow
, April 03, 2013
About a third of the way through this frustrating 80-minute film, English musician Johnny Flynn, portraying a charismatic drug addict, sings an... More>>
Sexy Thale Foregoes Mystery for Didactic Disclosure and Slow-mo Murder Sexy Thale Foregoes Mystery for Didactic Disclosure and Slow-mo Murder
, April 03, 2013
If you had to stumble upon an angry, vicious mythic creature, you could do worse than the sexy monster found in Thale by Elvis (Erlend Nervold)... More>>
Smyrna: Destruction of a Cosmopolitan City Fails to Honor a City's Rich Legacy Smyrna: Destruction of a Cosmopolitan City Fails to Honor a City's Rich Legacy
, April 03, 2013
Istanbul was Constantinople, just as today's Aegean-coast metropolis of Izmir, Turkey, was once Old Smyrna—an ancient Greek settlement that... More>>
Bert Stern: Original Madman Follows the Photographer and the Many Women He Wished to Snog Bert Stern: Original Madman Follows the Photographer and the Many Women He Wished to Snog
, April 03, 2013
Jean-Luc Godard is credited with calling the history of cinema "boys photographing girls," and Shannah Laumeister's documentary Bert Stern:... More>>
Tomorrow You're Gone Resolves to Less than the Sum of Its Parts Tomorrow You're Gone Resolves to Less than the Sum of Its Parts
, April 03, 2013
"God and the Devil are the same." So says the crime boss "Buddha," portrayed by Willem Dafoe, in an unintentionally hilarious moment, given that... More>>
James Gandolfini Nearly Saves Down the Shore James Gandolfini Nearly Saves Down the Shore
, April 03, 2013
James Gandolfini is so strong an actor that he almost manages to make Sandra Jennings's contrived dialog believable in Down the Shore, but any... More>>
Tattoo Nation Does Service to the History of SoCal's Black and Gray Style Tattoo Nation Does Service to the History of SoCal's Black and Gray Style
, April 03, 2013
"Tattoos used to be a sign of rebellion; now they're just a sign that you went to the mall," says a smarmy reporter in a news clip that is woven... More>>
Room 237 Indulges The Shining's Conspiracy Authorities Room 237 Indulges The Shining's Conspiracy Authorities
, March 27, 2013
Here's the kind of theory that the five interviewees in Rodney Ascher's Room 237 have come up with about Stanley Kubrick's The Shining: One... More>>
Ryan Gosling Is Your Trailer Park Prince Valiant in The Place Beyond the Pines Ryan Gosling Is Your Trailer Park Prince Valiant in The Place Beyond the Pines
, March 27, 2013
The Place Beyond the Pines opens with a close-up of Ryan Gosling's chiseled abdomen—surely one of the more salable quantities in movies... More>>
Detour Invigorates the Terrifying Minutiae of Claustrophobia Detour Invigorates the Terrifying Minutiae of Claustrophobia , March 27, 2013
Again and again, movies show you killing, but it's one in a thousand on-screen killings that might get you to feel something of what killing is... More>>
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