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G.I. Joe: Retaliation's a Battle of Dumb Pleasures Versus Your Higher Brain Function G.I. Joe: Retaliation's a Battle of Dumb Pleasures Versus Your Higher Brain Function
, March 27, 2013
What must Bruce Willis have felt when he discovered that his seven or so minutes of G.I. Joe: Retaliation screen time offer much more agreeable... More>>
The Host: Like Twilight, But With, Uh, Aliens The Host: Like Twilight, But With, Uh, Aliens
, March 27, 2013
Across America this weekend, wives and girlfriends will accompany their fellas to GI Joe: Retaliation, as boys-shooting-boys movies are... More>>
Matthew Weiner Explains Betty Draper, Mad Men's "Melancholy Dame" Matthew Weiner Explains Betty Draper, Mad Men's "Melancholy Dame"
Betty Has a Big Season Ahead of Her
, March 27, 2013
By Mad Men's fifth season, Betty Draper had walked out of our lives, and a much plumper Betty Francis had waddled in. The audience response to... More>>
Dog Pound: Those in Cages Will Rage Dog Pound: Those in Cages Will Rage
, March 27, 2013
A fictional Scared Straight! for the modern juvenile delinquent crowd, Dog Pound follows a trio of teens serving time at Montana's Enola Vale... More>>
Mental: Profile of a Wildass Drifter Mental: Profile of a Wildass Drifter
, March 27, 2013
PJ Hogan, the Australian writer-director, must be drawn to his homeland's female misfits. In his breakthrough Muriel's Wedding, Toni Collette... More>>
Tyler Perry is Back With Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor
, March 27, 2013
Tyler Perry has had almost as much success inciting vitriol as he’s had making millions—so it can be easy to forget that... More>>
Himmatwala: Toxic Camp Himmatwala: Toxic Camp
, March 27, 2013
The pseudo-progressivism inherent in Himmatwala, an action-comedy remake of the 1983 Bollywood action-drama of the same name, makes toxic camp of... More>>
The Return of John Sayles and Other Observations from SXSW The Return of John Sayles and Other Observations from SXSW
, March 27, 2013
They say everything's bigger in Texas -- a sentiment that apparently extends to wait lines for airport taxis, the noise level of hotel air... More>>
Renoir Follows the Artist's Final Days, And Final Muse Renoir Follows the Artist's Final Days, And Final Muse
, March 27, 2013
In Renoir, a languorous look at the last days of the storied painter, we get a view of the artist at odds with a blue-haired lady's notion of her... More>>
The Revolutionary Optimists Documents Struggle in India's Slums The Revolutionary Optimists Documents Struggle in India's Slums
, March 27, 2013
The forces at work in the India of The Revolutionary Optimists, an engaging documentary portrait of several children seeking to improve life in... More>>
Living Happily Ever After for the Silent Snow White of Blancanieves Might Prove Difficult Living Happily Ever After for the Silent Snow White of Blancanieves Might Prove Difficult
, March 27, 2013
The new film from Spanish writer-director Pablo Berger is a silent, black-and-white film so witty, riveting, and drop-dead gorgeous that... More>>
Wrong Is Real-Life Gone Strange Wrong Is Real-Life Gone Strange
, March 27, 2013
If real life were like Wrong, Quentin Dupieux's sweetly unnerving experiment in ambient fucked-uppedness, your phone would ring before you've... More>>
Somebody Up There Likes Me Charms Like Early Wes Anderson Somebody Up There Likes Me Charms Like Early Wes Anderson
, March 27, 2013
At first blush, Bob Byington's Somebody Up There Likes Me goes down like early Wes Anderson: tableaux that pass for scenes, a delicate... More>>
Family Weekend Attempts to Turn Its Clichés Into Parents Family Weekend Attempts to Turn Its Clichés Into Parents
, March 27, 2013
Quirky indie hell, thy name is Family Weekend. Benjamin Epps's film is the very definition of affected cutie-pie whimsy and weirdness, charting... More>>
Welcome to the Punch Gives Yesterday's Goods a New Polish Welcome to the Punch Gives Yesterday's Goods a New Polish
, March 27, 2013
When a European director makes a slick genre exercise (such as Swede Daniel Espinosa's solid Easy Money), you can generally count on that... More>>
Death-obsessed Violeta Went to Heaven Does the Chilean Singer a Disservice Death-obsessed Violeta Went to Heaven Does the Chilean Singer a Disservice
, March 27, 2013
Violeta Went to Heaven's creators do a disservice to Chilean singer and multi-hyphenate artist Violeta Parra's legacy by making her suicide the... More>>
Rescue in the Philippines Unveils Another Story of Holocaust Heroism Yet Untold Rescue in the Philippines Unveils Another Story of Holocaust Heroism Yet Untold
, March 27, 2013
It speaks to the vastness of the horrors of the 20th century Holocaust that, as exhaustively documented as that genocide is, there remain stories... More>>
Spring Arts Guide: Six Films to See This Spring Spring Arts Guide: Six Films to See This Spring
, March 27, 2013
Friedkin '70s May 2–7 The decade between 1970s Boys in the Band and 1980s Cruising was an undeniably fertile, thrilling, canonical period... More>>
Tina Fey's Great, But Admission Doesn't Make the Grade Tina Fey's Great, But Admission Doesn't Make the Grade
, March 20, 2013
An actress in her thirties—a woman, that is, still playing characters of baby-making age—may have it even tougher than actresses in... More>>
The World's Riches: New Directors/New Films Is the Year's Best Local/Global Movie Celebration The World's Riches: New Directors/New Films Is the Year's Best Local/Global Movie Celebration
, March 20, 2013
It's been a season of change for two of New York's august film institutions, the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art.... More>>
Here Are Five Awesome/Crazy Theories About The Shining from Room 237 Here Are Five Awesome/Crazy Theories About The Shining from Room 237 , March 20, 2013
Like the blood that gushes forth from the elevators of the Overlook Hotel, brilliant/ridiculous theories of what Stanley Kubrick’s The... More>>
The Sweet, Small Pleasures of Gimme the Loot The Sweet, Small Pleasures of Gimme the Loot , March 20, 2013
A big winner at last year’s SXSW, Gimme the Loot is a pocket-size Bronx indie with the wispiest of narrative ideas: A couple of teen... More>>
Eden: A Chilling Account of a Horrific Crime Eden: A Chilling Account of a Horrific Crime
, March 20, 2013
While often associated with underdeveloped nations, sex slavery is occurring with increasing frequency in the U.S. According to the  ... More>>
The Sapphires: Full of Easy Pleasures The Sapphires: Full of Easy Pleasures
, March 20, 2013
This fact-based, girl-group empowerment story never quite soars, but has its easy pleasures, and it’s likely to become one of those movies... More>>
Murph: The Protector: Hagiography for a SEAL
, March 20, 2013
Posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor in 2007 for his service as a Navy SEAL, Lt. Michael P. Murphy is celebrated as a man of... More>>
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