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Bonjour Tristesse Bonjour Tristesse
, April 25, 2012
Based on a salacious bestseller by posh enfant terrible Françoise Sagan, Otto Preminger's formally dazzling 1958 film is an edifice... More>>
Dolphin Boy Dolphin Boy
, April 25, 2012
An inspirational tale that doesn’t oversell its inspiration, Dani Menkin and Yonatan Nir’s Dolphin Boy documents the results of... More>>
Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale
, April 25, 2012
It's not clear what Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale values more—endless preaching about ancestral spirits or gruesome CG... More>>
The Pirates! Band of Misfits The Pirates! Band of Misfits
, April 25, 2012
The year is 1837. A newly crowned Queen Victoria, voiced by Imelda Staunton and animated in clay as a shrewish little turnip of a woman, decrees... More>>
What To See at the Tribeca Film Festival What To See at the Tribeca Film Festival
, April 18, 2012
To begin its second decade as the largest and most aggressively marketed survey of new movies in New York, the Tribeca Film Festival (April... More>>
Another Day, Another Drink in The Day He Arrives The Day He Arrives
, April 18, 2012
You don't have to understand the intricacies of Korean manners to enjoy Hong Sang-soo's subtly mortifying comedies. Nor do you have to be on... More>>
Beyond the Mascot, The Man (and His Faults) in Marley Marley
, April 18, 2012
I spotted a bottle of something called Marley's Mellow Mood, "a new line of 100 percent natural relaxation beverages," in my neighborhood deli... More>>
The Other America: Revisiting Lawrence Kasdan’s Grand Canyon The Other America: Revisiting Lawrence Kasdan’s Grand Canyon
, April 18, 2012
Guess when Lawrence Kasdan wrote this line of dialogue: "The point is there's a gulf in this country, an ever-widening abyss between the people... More>>
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do in Goodbye First Love Goodbye First Love
, April 18, 2012
Writer-director Mia Hansen-Løve's third feature, Goodbye First Love, begins in 1999, when protagonist Camille (Lola Créton), a... More>>
No Sparks: The Chemistry Fizzles in Notebook-lite The Lucky One The Lucky One
, April 18, 2012
It’s Nicholas Sparks’ world; we just live in it. Sparks, in case you haven’t scanned the paperback racks lately, is the former... More>>
Jean Gentil Jean Gentil
, April 18, 2012
Although it's steeped in tragedies both personal and cultural, this contemplative, gorgeously shot documentary-fiction hybrid from... More>>
Fightville Fightville
, April 18, 2012
Locker-room doc Fightville reports on a very specific milieu: minor-league mixed martial arts as practiced in the strip-mall gyms, fairgrounds,... More>>
Snow on tha Bluff Snow on tha Bluff
, April 18, 2012
Synthesizing fact and fiction, Snow on tha Bluff details the day-to-day misadventures of fast-talking dope-slinger Curtis Snow, a ne'er-do-well... More>>
Darling Companion Darling Companion
, April 18, 2012
"Animals are such agreeable friends—they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms," George Eliot once wrote. That's certainly the appeal... More>>
Think Like a Man Think Like a Man
, April 18, 2012
As 2009's dismal He's Just Not That Into You showed, about the only draw of movies based on relationship-advice books—bloated with plot... More>>
The Moth Diaries The Moth Diaries
, April 18, 2012
There's no surer way to murder horror than to literalize it, a mistake incessantly made by The Moth Diaries. At a ritzy remote boarding school,... More>>
Chimpanzee Chimpanzee
, April 18, 2012
Disneynature's latest Earth Day release hunkers down in an Ivory Coast rain forest, taming its beasts-in-the-wild raw material into a... More>>
Downtown Express Downtown Express
, April 18, 2012
There's no one quite as domineering as a daddy with a dream for his son, a situation that leads to standard-issue rebellion in Downtown Express.... More>>
To the Arctic 3D To the Arctic 3D
, April 18, 2012
Making up for its 40-minute run time in turgidity and sheer size, To the Arctic, whose 70mm IMAX presentation stretches postcard hokum to... More>>
My Way My Way
, April 18, 2012
Racking up a truly staggering bit-player body count, the Korean World War II epic My Way marshals an overbearing score, turbulent handheld... More>>
Inside Hana's Suitcase Inside Hana's Suitcase
, April 18, 2012
A documentary saga of heartbreaking concentration-camp horrors, Inside Hana's Suitcase attempts to preserve Holocaust memories through... More>>
Going Down in LA-LA Land Going Down in LA-LA Land
, April 18, 2012
A hot dude gets dumped in the opening moments of Going Down in LA-LA Land, a lo-fi feature blend of True West Hollywood Story and a gay fairy... More>>
Bobcat Goldthwait's Voice Has Changed God Bless America
Working outside the Hollywood bubble, the stand-up vet is making comedies in his own register. God Bless!
, April 11, 2012
Bobcat Goldthwait is moving. As he settles into a booth across from me for a late-afternoon meal to talk about his new movie, Goldthwait's... More>>
A Dazed Witness to History in Post Mortem Post Mortem
, April 11, 2012
"Nobody can escape the wheel of history," a left-leaning (at least initially) physician says in Pablo Larraín's less frantic, more... More>>
Cabin in the Woods Can't See the Forest for the Trees The Cabin in the Woods
, April 11, 2012
At the end of The Cabin in the Woods, the world is destroyed by an apocalyptic hand of fate—an actual hand, mind you—yet that is not... More>>
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