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Jeanine Basinger Explains Why There's So Few Great Marriage Movies Jeanine Basinger Explains Why There's So Few Great Marriage Movies
Kiss kiss ho hum
, February 27, 2013
There's a reason, beyond basic Judd Apatow oversaturation, that hardly anyone went to see his mewl of middle-aged despair This Is 40. A movie... More>>
Steel Yourself for Leviathan, A Watery Knockout Steel Yourself for Leviathan, A Watery Knockout
Sea legs
, February 27, 2013
End of days or the beginning of new ways of seeing? Fittingly, Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel's Leviathan, an... More>>
Weep for David Duchovny's Penis: On the Terribleness of Californication, Season 6 Weep for David Duchovny's Penis: On the Terribleness of Californication, Season 6
, February 27, 2013
Honestly, when it started six years ago, Californication was provocative, ballsy, and fun, with laugh-out-loud dialogue and plenty of smart... More>>
21 & Over Just Dares You to Get Offended 21 & Over Just Dares You to Get Offended , February 27, 2013
Guy humor is always with us, kind of like the poor. For as long as cavemen have been etching fart jokes into the walls of caves, women have been... More>>
Horror Comes and Goes As It Pleases in War Witch Horror Comes and Goes As It Pleases in War Witch
, February 27, 2013
Hannah Arendt coined "banality of evil" while watching Nazis on trial, and Canadian writer/director Kim Nguyen's War Witch inspires a similar... More>>
A Fierce Green Fire Burns Unevenly
, February 27, 2013
As the human footprint widens, the movements lumped under "environmentalism" grow ever more varied, which makes a far-reaching documentary about... More>>
Future Weather: Portrait of a Semi-Hellish Backwater
, February 27, 2013
"Are you ready for 23 feet of water flooding the Eastern Seaboard?" demands 13-year-old Lauduree (Perla Haney-Jardine) in a burst of... More>>
Molly's Theory of Relativity: More Confounding than Cosmic
, February 27, 2013
Best known as a 40-year veteran of the indie distribution scene, Jeff Lipsky has latterly carved out a sideline as one of New York's most... More>>
The Condemned: As Tame as "Horror" Gets
, February 27, 2013
Writer-director Roberto Busó-Garcia's Spanish-language movie is so tame and so completely boring that to advertise it a horror film is to... More>>
The Sweeney: Keeping Up With the Flying Squad
, February 27, 2013
The late, great Bill Hicks once made a joke about how Britain's so-called "terrible crime" paled in comparison to the US variety ("Yesterday,... More>>
Here I Learned to Love Cannot Fail to Move
, February 27, 2013
A slight but powerful entry in the family-history-as-world-history archives, Here I Learned to Love follows two brothers, now in their seventies... More>>
Bunohan: Return to Murder Bunohan: Return to Murder
, February 27, 2013
Malaysian filmmaker Dain Said has a number of tricks up his sleeve, but Bunohan: Return to Murder suggests he's yet to fully work out the kinks... More>>
Welcome to Pine Hill
, February 27, 2013
The story goes that Brooklyn filmmaker Keith Miller took his newly adopted dog for a walk one night and wound up arguing with a stranger,... More>>
Genius on Hold Scaldingly Critiques American Capitalism Genius on Hold Scaldingly Critiques American Capitalism
, February 27, 2013
Corporate America's foulness—from its slave-trade foundation to its ransacking of public coffers before and after the most recent Wall... More>>
Imaginary Heroes Fail to Breathe Life into The Battle of Pussy Willow Creek Imaginary Heroes Fail to Breathe Life into The Battle of Pussy Willow Creek
, February 27, 2013
What if a forgotten, even suppressed, battle of the Civil War had been won against all odds by four outlandish "freaks" of their day—a gay... More>>
Ed Harris Stars in Phantom, "Inspired" by "Actual" "Events" Ed Harris Stars in Phantom, "Inspired" by "Actual" "Events"
, February 27, 2013
Submarine movies are made out of claustrophobia, silent crewmen listening for enemy pings, and usually a bad guy whose personality is way too... More>>
A Place at the Table Probes Rampant Hunger in Our Land of Plenty A Place at the Table Probes Rampant Hunger in Our Land of Plenty
, February 27, 2013
Globally, the word "hunger" has come to signify the most severe forms of malnutrition, starvation seldom seen in first-world industrial nations.... More>>
Mark Webber Gets Earnest as Hell in The End of Love Mark Webber Gets Earnest as Hell in The End of Love
, February 27, 2013
Surviving on the periphery of Young Hollywood thanks, it seems, to his friendships with the likes of Ethan Hawke and Jason Ritter, Mark Webber... More>>
Hava Nagila: The Movie Makes Big Tzimmes About Being Jewish Hava Nagila: The Movie Makes Big Tzimmes About Being Jewish
, February 27, 2013
Something like the doc equivalent of a Yiddish-humor bathroom book, vet TV-doc producer Roberta Grossman's tirelessly glib little movie tracks... More>>
White T Promises Not To Make Sense White T Promises Not To Make Sense
, February 27, 2013
When choosing to unleash seemingly any desperate comedian they could find willing to work for scale, the creators of White T ensured that almost... More>>
Doctor Bello's Faith-Based Hoodoo Could Not Save Itself Doctor Bello's Faith-Based Hoodoo Could Not Save Itself
, February 27, 2013
The worst thing about Doctor Bello's tacky, pseudo-spiritual proceedings isn't how bad the soap opera melodramatics are (Tyler Perry would... More>>
Horror Anthology The ABCs of Death Is A Stiff Horror Anthology The ABCs of Death Is A Stiff
26 Ways to Die, 8 of Them Interesting
, February 20, 2013
Good short film collections are lovingly culled from disparate sources, so it's no surprise that the entries in this for-hire horror... More>>
Celebrating the Discernment of the Late Andrew Sarris Celebrating the Discernment of the Late Andrew Sarris
Exceptional Americanism
, February 20, 2013
At this year's annual awards dinner of the New York Film Critic's Circle, former Village Voice film critic J. Hoberman delivered a eulogy for... More>>
Gold Dug From 1933: "20,000 Years in Sing Sing, Blood Money, and Laughter in Hell" at Film Forum Gold Dug From 1933: "20,000 Years in Sing Sing, Blood Money, and Laughter in Hell" at Film Forum
A triple-bill highlight of Film Forum's ambitious series
, February 20, 2013
The year 1933, available to sample into March during Film Forum's appealing 66-film program, was Hollywood's last risqué hurrah before... More>>
Berlin Film Festival Discoveries Berlin Film Festival Discoveries
Greatness emerges at the year's first major film festival
, February 20, 2013
If Sundance signals the annual launch of American indie cinema's new product line, the 63-year-old Berlin Film Festival (February 7–17)... More>>
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