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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>>
In Defense of New Girl (Hear Us Out...) In Defense of New Girl (Hear Us Out...)
, February 20, 2013
Depending on your perspective, Zooey Deschanel is either the cutest, funniest, most adorable little retro-kookster on earth, or she's... More>>
River Phoenix's Dark Blood: Not the Epitaph He Deserves River Phoenix's Dark Blood: Not the Epitaph He Deserves
, February 20, 2013
When River Phoenix died in October, 1993, he was three weeks away from completing his performance in Dark Blood, an $8 million indie film that... More>>
Dark Skies: Why Do Aliens Dick Around in Our Bedrooms for Weeks Before Finally Abducting Us? Dark Skies: Why Do Aliens Dick Around in Our Bedrooms for Weeks Before Finally Abducting Us?
, February 20, 2013
Neither execrable enough to warrant being so unceremoniously dumped into theaters, nor so thoroughly un-excerable that we should be outraged by... More>>
Snitch
, February 20, 2013
Though Snitch loudly announces itself as a social-issues movie, its nominal outrage over the severity of our nation's sentencing laws for... More>>
11 Flowers: Harsh Truths
, February 20, 2013
As unromanticized a portrait of Chinese sociopolitical history as any made by the Sixth Generation, Beijing Bicycle director Wang Xiaoshuai's... More>>
The Fascinating Everyday Lives of the Flying Wallendas Explored in  The Show Must Go On The Fascinating Everyday Lives of the Flying Wallendas Explored in The Show Must Go On
, February 20, 2013
The worst happens some ten minutes in to The Show Must Go On, an engaging, low-key doc on The Flying Wallendas, the wire-walking circus family... More>>
BBC's One Life Unveils (and Anthropomorphizes) Nature's Wonders BBC's One Life Unveils (and Anthropomorphizes) Nature's Wonders
, February 20, 2013
Less mushy than its Disney Nature counterparts but still driven by the same anthropomorphizing philosophy, One Life (the first film released... More>>
Alex Karpovsky's DIY Charms Grace Red Flag Alex Karpovsky's DIY Charms Grace Red Flag
, February 20, 2013
In Red Flag, Alex Karpovsky plays a filmmaker named Alex who tours his film, Woodpecker, through the South immediately after breaking up with... More>>
Northeast 's Anonymous Souls Wander an Anonymous City Northeast 's Anonymous Souls Wander an Anonymous City
, February 20, 2013
A bland aimlesssness characterizes both Northeast's lead character and the film itself. In Gregory Kohn's fatally underdeveloped study of... More>>
An Ambiguously Monsterous Lead Powers Rubberneck An Ambiguously Monsterous Lead Powers Rubberneck
, February 20, 2013
It's not an easy thing to keep an audience suspended between sympathy and revulsion for a character, but writer-director Alex Karpovsky (best... More>>
Inescapable's Pre-Civil War Syria Seems Almost Quaint Inescapable's Pre-Civil War Syria Seems Almost Quaint
, February 20, 2013
Given the current state of affairs in Syria, it's hard not to look at Ruba Nadda's Inescapable as almost quaint, a period piece reminiscent of a... More>>
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