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Safe Haven: Unable to Ignite
, February 13, 2013
After Katie (Julianne Hough) has spent a week or so in the coastal hamlet of Southport, North Carolina—she'd settled in a cabin in the... More>>
Escape From Planet Earth
, February 13, 2013
With animated kiddie product as generically sugary and dim-witted as this—the directorial debut of Despicable Me storyboard artist Callan... More>>
Daniel Day-Lewis Looms Over Museum Re-enactment Acting of Saving Lincoln Saving Lincoln
, February 13, 2013
Here's one bit of luck enjoyed by Salvador Litvak's Saving Lincoln, the offest off-brand version of a story recently told by the biggest names... More>>
Shanghai Calling Stumbles Through Cutesy Melodrama Towards Preordained Love Shanghai Calling
, February 13, 2013
He's an ambitious Chinese-American lawyer who finds himself a fish out of water when sent to China to close a big deal. She's a blond single... More>>
North Korea Pinch Hits for the USSR in Spy Thriller The Berlin File The Berlin File
, February 13, 2013
In a season that has seen two of South Korea's top directors—Kim Jee-woon (The Last Stand) and Park Chan-wook (Stoker)—make their... More>>
The Jeffrey Dahmer Files Uncovers Nothing New The Jeffrey Dahmer Files
, February 13, 2013
Our age's chief exemplar of evil's banality might be Jeffrey Dahmer, the unassuming chocolate factory worker who in 1991 was found to have... More>>
Almost in Love: Jesus, These People Are Boring Almost in Love: Jesus, These People Are Boring
, February 13, 2013
Shot digitally in two extended 40-minute takes, director Sam Neave's Almost in Love has audacity and theatrical immediacy working for it.... More>>
Side Effects May Induce Queasy Pleasure Well Worth Risking Side Effects
, February 06, 2013
If Side Effects, an immensely pleasurable thriller centering around psychotropic drugs, really is Steven Soderbergh's final big-screen film, as... More>>
Lyric Reality Illuminates The Playroom The Playroom
Bob & Carol & Franny & Zooey
, February 06, 2013
When authors endow child characters with adult intelligence, the kids often become disappointing puppets. But allowing a brilliant fictional... More>>
Melissa McCarthy Is Not Your Best Friend Anymore Melissa McCarthy Is Not Your Best Friend Anymore
, February 06, 2013
To watch Melissa McCarthy as lovable chef Sookie St. James on seven seasons of the Gilmore Girls was to see an actress perfect the art of... More>>
Identity Thief: Body Horror Identity Thief
Identity Thief's creators fear what audiences love about Melissa McCarthy
, February 06, 2013
Just a week or so after the Pentagon reversed its ban on allowing female soldiers into combat, here's another breakthrough, of a sort: The... More>>
A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III: What Makes Charlie Douche? A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III
Roman Coppola Gives Charlie Sheen the 8 1/2 treatment
, February 06, 2013
As he's questioned by a therapist in the opening scene of the film bearing his name, we see Charles Swan III's subconscious literally spurt out... More>>
The Canon of Subversion: Amos Vogel and the Films That Assailed the Art A Tribute to Amos Vogel and 'Film as a Subversive Art'
, February 06, 2013
What was Amos Vogel rebelling against? Like Brando in The Wild One, the answer might have been "Whaddya got?" "Maybe it's obnoxious to... More>>
Raúl Ruiz's Night Across the Street is an Arresting Puzzle Night Across the Street
An Epitaph of Dreams
, February 06, 2013
"You've been utterly incoherent recently," a colleague remarks to Don Celso (Sergio Hernández) in Night Across the Street. "I've run out... More>>
The Sorcerer and the White Snake
, February 06, 2013
Visually unspectacular and emotionally stillborn, The Sorcerer and the White Snake fails as both a fantasy and a romance. A Chinese Ghost Story... More>>
Steven Soderbergh and Scott Z. Burn on Side Effects, Their Latest Collaboration Steven Soderbergh and Scott Z. Burn on Side Effects, Their Latest Collaboration
, February 06, 2013
"I've been lucky in that I've always worked with writers whose voices are so specific that there really isn't any way to recalibrate things... More>>
Runaway Slaves Torment The Haunting in Connecticut Sequel, Ghosts of Georgia Runaway Slaves Torment The Haunting in Connecticut Sequel, Ghosts of Georgia
, February 06, 2013
Just in time for Black History Month comes a horror movie about . . . the horror of slavery? Well, not exactly, although some of the restless... More>>
David Hops Subplots While the Name Stays the Same David Hops Subplots While the Name Stays the Same
, February 06, 2013
David only initially looks like a more accomplished version of Cloud Atlas: an admirable formal puzzle with spiritual aims and a gimmicky... More>>
Once Every Day Catches the Director's Cues Once Every Day Catches the Director's Cues
, February 06, 2013
At long last, a film for people who enjoyed Godard's Film Socialisme but wished it wasn't so conventional! All kidding aside, the influence of... More>>
Peering into the Strange and Beguiling Life of Porfirio Peering into the Strange and Beguiling Life of Porfirio
, February 06, 2013
Improbable but true, in 2005 a paraplegic Colombian man named Porfirio Ramírez hijacked a plane bound for Bogota using two grenades... More>>
Old Republic Skullduggery Meets Modern Streets in Caesar Must Die Old Republic Skullduggery Meets Modern Streets in Caesar Must Die
, February 06, 2013
Spend some time among a gallery of noble busts depicting Roman senators, and familiar faces begin to emerge among the ancient marble: the... More>>
Night Across the Street Is Raúl Raiz's Winking, Mournful Goodbye Night Across the Street Is Raúl Raiz's Winking, Mournful Goodbye
, February 06, 2013
"You've been utterly incoherent recently," a colleague remarks to Don Celso (Sergio Hernandez) in Night Across the Street. "I've run out of... More>>
Danger On All Sides as ex-Nazis Flee Persecution in Lore Danger On All Sides as ex-Nazis Flee Persecution in Lore
, February 06, 2013
Nine years on from her intoxicating road-movie debut, Somersault, Australian director Cate Shortland has fashioned a different kind of... More>>
A Rubberband Is an Unlikely Instrument: A Torpid, Squeaky Trumpet A Rubberband Is an Unlikely Instrument: A Torpid, Squeaky Trumpet
, February 06, 2013
The push-pull between artistic inclinations and economic realities forms the backbone of A Rubberband Is an Unlikely Instrument, Matt Boyd's... More>>
A Mansion Full of Archetypes Gamble Lives In Would You Rather A Mansion Full of Archetypes Gamble Lives In Would You Rather
, February 06, 2013
A suspense thriller for the 99 percent, David Guy Levy's Would You Rather pits a shadowy blue blood against a group of hapless proles whose... More>>
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