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Vanishing Waves Pushes Less Plot, More Sex Vanishing Waves Pushes Less Plot, More Sex
, March 13, 2013
For those who found Inception too plotty and sexless, Lithuanian director Kristina Buozyte's sleek sci-fi reverie is hereby advised. One day, a... More>>
Reincarnated, An Ode to Snoop Dogg's Consumption of Weed Reincarnated, An Ode to Snoop Dogg's Consumption of Weed
, March 13, 2013
Snoop Dogg travels to Jamaica to make a reggae album and be baptized in Rastafarian culture in Reincarnated, but mainly, Andy Capper's... More>>
The Roth Orgy Philip Roth: Unmasked
Philip Roth Unmasked reveals our most wicked writer as a charmer
, March 13, 2013
Here’s a tale that explains everything: A young Philip Roth, trying to shove his teen brain through Ulysses, is struck by a passage about... More>>
Revisit a Pimple-Laden Past in From up on Poppy Hill Revisit a Pimple-Laden Past in From up on Poppy Hill
, March 13, 2013
"It's right out of a cheap melodrama," one character remarks in From up on Poppy Hill, after a particularly extreme twist of fate—yet this... More>>
If I Were You Does Screwball Comedy, Canadian Style If I Were You Does Screwball Comedy, Canadian Style
, March 13, 2013
Featuring adultery without the naughty bits, a wife-mistress rivalry, and a couple of nursing-home deaths, If I Were You is a screwball comedy... More>>
Burt Wonderstone Vanishes What Steve Carell’s Best At The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Is Steve Carell's 40-year Virgin, Just Meaner and Dumber
Disappearing Act
, March 13, 2013
Steve Carell’s gift is for men who might drown in their own obliviousness. Like his Daily Show reporter, or The Office’s Michael... More>>
CLIP's Ejaculating Teen Penises Are Not Actually Underaged CLIP's Ejaculating Teen Penises Are Not Actually Underaged
, March 13, 2013
"Underaged persons weren't involved in scenes of explicit sex and nudity" reads the title that announces the end of CLIP. The timing of this... More>>
Kirsten Dunst Plays A Rainbow in Upside Down Upside Down
, March 13, 2013
I t doesn’t matter how many droopy sweaters you put Kirsten Dunst in, and in Upside Down she wears quite a few: She always looks luminous,... More>>
The Art of Camp Eludes K-11's Confused Directorial Mess The Art of Camp Eludes K-11's Confused Directorial Mess
, March 13, 2013
When The Hollywood Reporter likened former script supervisor (and mother of K-Stew) Jules Stewart's high-trash directorial debut to "a deranged... More>>
Revolutionary Optimists Blazes with a Will to Change India's Slums Revolutionary Optimists Blazes with a Will to Change India's Slums
, March 13, 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>>
Epic if Uneven, Better Mus' Come Pulls You Into Jamaica's 1970s Turmoil Epic if Uneven, Better Mus' Come Pulls You Into Jamaica's 1970s Turmoil
, March 13, 2013
'Why is it so easy to die for nothing?" asks a character in Better Mus' Come, a gorgeous (if at times overripe) melodrama set during the deadly... More>>
My Amityville Horror Revisits the Hauntings of Daniel Lutz My Amityville Horror Revisits the Hauntings of Daniel Lutz
, March 13, 2013
After years of based-on-a-truish-story movie sequels, the most convincing explanation for the purported hauntings in Amityville, New York, might... More>>
The Kill Hole's Mess Is Saved By Its Talented Cast The Kill Hole's Mess Is Saved By Its Talented Cast
, March 13, 2013
Serious-minded to a fault, this debut feature from writer-director Mischa Webley is a bit of a mess, but committed work from a talented cast... More>>
Mariachi Gringo Discovers a Mexico Simpler and Warmer Than Kansas Mariachi Gringo Discovers a Mexico Simpler and Warmer Than Kansas
, March 13, 2013
In the opening minutes of Mariachi Gringo, director Tom Gustafson needs to show that Kansas is too desolate and oppressive a place for the... More>>
Crazy and Thief: Child's Play Crazy and Thief: Child's Play
, March 13, 2013
Montaigne wrote that there is nothing children take more seriously than game-playing, something he understood even before the Wii was invented.... More>>
Beauty and Controversy in Godard’s Le Petit Soldat Beauty and Controversy in Godard’s Le Petit Soldat
One hundred thousand truths
, March 06, 2013
A scandal in 1960, banned by French authorities for its depiction of 
government-sanctioned torture and references to that country’s... More>>
The Urgent Beyond the Hills Reveals A Crisis of Faith The Urgent Beyond the Hills Reveals A Crisis of Faith
Where there’s still a devil
, March 06, 2013
The hills of Cristian Mungiu’s Beyond the Hills (Dupa dealuri) are a barren canvas of straw grass and leafless trees, framed by a... More>>
The We and the I Goes Round and Round The We and the I
Michel Gondry's long bus ride of the soul
, March 06, 2013
The title promises something rarefied and heady, but The We and the I, Michel Gondry’s shaggy, roving social study, is grounded in home... More>>
If Only Oz the Great and Powerful Had A Wizard Oz the Great and Powerful
Sorry James Franco, this Oz is neither great nor powerful
, March 06, 2013
It’s a bad omen when, early on in Oz the Great and Powerful, we learn that the full given name of its wizard is Oscar, also the ceremony... More>>
Emperor: General MacArthur is Not Ready for His Close-Up Emperor: General MacArthur is Not Ready for His Close-Up
, March 06, 2013
Tommy Lee Jones pontificates and poses with hands on hips as General Douglas MacArthur during his scant screen time in Emperor, vainly trying to... More>>
The Price of Living a Fairy Tale in Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey The Price of Living a Fairy Tale in Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey
, March 06, 2013
Long relegated to pop-culture punch line and music-critic whipping boy, Journey still stands among the most commercially successful American... More>>
The Silence: History Repeats Itself The Silence: History Repeats Itself
, March 06, 2013
Making his feature debut, Swiss-born writer/director Baran bo Odar has turned Jan Costin Wagner’s 2007 novel The Silence into a taut,... More>>
Electrick Children: A Curious Celebration of Faith
, March 06, 2013
Could there be music that stirs us so powerfully it might impregnate? This mad question drives Electrick Children, the debut feature from... More>>
Thinly Veiled but Unmistakably Bad
, March 06, 2013
There's an unfortunate irony that Liberty Ross--spurned wife of Snow White and the Huntsman director/adulterer Rupert Sanders--co-stars as a... More>>
The Last Exorcism Part II: What Changed?
, March 06, 2013
When the creators of The Last Exorcism Part II swapped pseudo-verité realism for psychological realism, they made it a lot harder to take... More>>
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