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In Heaven Underground: The Weissensee Jewish Cemetery In Heaven Underground: The Weissensee Jewish Cemetery
, November 16, 2011
Documentary In Heaven Underground offers a history of Jewish life in Berlin as seen through Weissensee, “the largest active Jewish cemetery... More>>
Rid of Me Rid of Me
, November 16, 2011
A movie whose first five minutes contain a woman having menstrual blood rubbed on her face in a grocery store, a sub–Terrence Malick... More>>
Laredoans Speak: Voices of a South Texas Border City
, November 16, 2011
Good intentions don’t always translate into good cinema, and in Victor A. Martinez and Ryan Schafer’s documentary, Laredoans Speak:... More>>
Happy Feet Two Happy Feet Two
, November 16, 2011
Mumble, the hoofing emperor penguin from the first Happy Feet (voiced again by Elijah Wood), now struggles to make a fatherly impression on his... More>>
Not With a Whimper But a Bang: The End Times of Melancholia Melancholia
, November 09, 2011
The first thing you see in Lars von Trier’s Melancholia is a tight close-up of Kirsten Dunst’s face. Behind her, slow as molasses,... More>>
Jack and Jill Jack and Jill
, November 09, 2011
Al Pacino romantically pursuing a cross-dressing Adam Sandler around a medieval castle should be stunningly surreal, so it’s a... More>>
Great Man Theories: Clint Eastwood on J. Edgar J. Edgar
, November 09, 2011
A resounding “yes” to the question trembling on every lip: There is life after Hereafter! Clint Eastwood goes deep into Oliver Stone... More>>
The Return of Mario Montez, Warhol Legend The Return of Mario Montez, Warhol Legend
, November 09, 2011
One miserably cold day in January 1977, frustrated with the dearth of underground acting jobs in film and theater and the cruddy condition of New... More>>
After the Murders, Before the Death Penalty, Into the Abyss Into the Abyss
, November 09, 2011
An egalitarian study of crime and punishment in a small Southern town, Into the Abyss is also an unmistakably Herzogian inquiry into the... More>>
Immortals Immortals
, November 09, 2011
The last thing you see in Immortals is a pair of eyes, popped wide open, filling the screen. That’s exactly how director Tarsem Singh wants... More>>
Sarkozy Wins the Republic, Loses His Wife in The Conquest The Conquest
, November 09, 2011
A brisk, fascinating chronicle of a pre–Carla Bruni Nicolas Sarkozy that time-shifts from May 6, 2007—the day he was both elected... More>>
Information Wants to Be Free, Etc., in Barbershop Punk Barbershop Punk
, November 09, 2011
There has been a lot of static about the FCC’s new net-neutrality regulations, which would require transparency from broadband providers... More>>
Robert Gardner's Visions Robert Gardner: Artist/Ethnographer
, November 09, 2011
A man of many worlds, Robert Gardner is a descendent of Boston aristocrat Isabella Stewart Gardner (as in the Museum), the founder (and funder)... More>>
Elite Squad: The Enemy Within Elite Squad: The Enemy Within
, November 09, 2011
Packing an entire season’s worth of The Wire’s dirty cops, self-serving politicians, serpentine plotting, and gruesome, wasteful... More>>
Letters from the Big Man	Letters from the Big Man
, November 09, 2011
Rehabbing the Bigfoot-movie micro-genre is nobody's idea of a cinematic priority, but that's pretty much what Christopher Munch (The Hours and... More>>
London Boulevard London Boulevard
, November 09, 2011
The gift William Monahan gets from the gods for winning his Departed-screenplay Oscar, this bristly Brit noir has a slick and dazzling chassis,... More>>
Dog Sweat Dog Sweat
, November 09, 2011
Dog Sweat skips among the loosely connected lives of six young Iranians whose desires chafe against the social and fundamentalist political... More>>
Inni Inni
, November 09, 2011
Fellow anthemic NPR darlings Arcade Fire and Radiohead might fiercely divide public opinion, but there aren’t a lot of Sigur Rós... More>>
The Greening of Whitney Brown The Greening of Whitney Brown
, November 09, 2011
Tween Whitney Brown (Sammi Hanratty) is at the top of the food chain at her Philadelphia prep school—class president, a date for the formal... More>>
A Novel Romance A Novel Romance
, November 09, 2011
A Novel Romance is pro-smoking, but that’s about the only unconventional aspect of this contrived NYC-indie romance. Puffing away with... More>>
God’s Fiddler God's Fiddler
, November 09, 2011
A middling portrait of mid-20th-century Lithuanian violin virtuoso Jascha Heifetz, Peter Rosen’s doc God’s Fiddler attempts to... More>>
Dad Rock: Punks All Grown Up in The Other F Word The Other F Word
, November 02, 2011
Flea almost cries. Twice. There’s your four-word summation of The Other F Word, a half-poignant, half-absurd documentary on punk-rocker... More>>
The Grass Isn't Always Greener The Grass Isn't Always Greener
Harold & Kumar comes down from its high
, November 02, 2011
The doobie brothers are back, though wildly diverging lifestyle choices have left the best bud-loving buds all but estranged. Harold (John Cho)... More>>
Stand Up, Seriously. Or: When Lenny Bruce Got a Camcorder in Not Funny Not Funny: Stand-Up Comedy and Visual Artists
, November 02, 2011
A funny thing happens when you watch stand-up comics and performance artists together: The line between the two begins to vanish. That’s... More>>
Barely Skating By in Dragonslayer Barely Skating By in Dragonslayer
A new kind of youth movie for these uncertain times
, November 02, 2011
"I’d heard that Rikk Agnew, the guitarist from The Adolescents, was, like, going to be playing the driveway at this house party in Chino.... More>>
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