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The Return of Jimmy Cliff as the Rude Boy in The Harder They Come The Harder They Come
, June 06, 2012
Premiering one year after the release of Shaft and one year before Bob Marley and the Wailers' Catch a Fire dropped, Perry Henzell's The Harder... More>>
Dark Horse: Genetic-Lotto Losers in the Jersey Suburbs Dark Horse
, June 06, 2012
"People always end up the way they started out. No one ever changes," one character says in Todd Solondz's significantly titled 2004 film... More>>
Bel Ami: A Tepid Adaptation of Guy de Maupassant's Novel Bel Ami
, June 06, 2012
What could be hotter than a bed-hopping bodice-ripper in which the movie hunk of the moment plows through three of the sexiest actresses of the... More>>
Paul Williams Still Alive Paul Williams Still Alive
, June 06, 2012
Paul Williams, the Still Alive subject of director Stephen Kessler's documentary, was a man of his leisure-besuited age: an extraordinary... More>>
Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted
This third installment of the billion-dollar animated franchise contains as much cinematic confection as an 85-minute movie can bear.
, June 06, 2012
After New York mayor Michael Bloomberg is through regulating sugar intake via soft drinks, he might want to consider the dubious, overstimulating... More>>
Patagonia Rising Patagonia Rising
Another travelogue-gorgeous eco-disaster documentary
, June 06, 2012
Another week, another travelogue-gorgeous eco-disaster documentary to induce despair over the fate of the planet, if not the will to help turn... More>>
Corpo Celeste Corpo Celeste
Alice Rohrwacher's minutely observed, emotionally complex anti-spectacle.
, June 06, 2012
First-time writer-director Alice Rohrwacher's minutely observed, emotionally complex Corpo Celeste would be a treat in any season, but it's... More>>
Double Trouble: Wen Jiang China Lion's Madcap Buddy Comedy Double Trouble
, June 06, 2012
Jackie Chan's son Jaycee Chan co-stars in this madcap buddy comedy about two security guards—one from Beijing, one from Taipei—thrown... More>>
The Oregonian The Oregonian
, June 06, 2012
The unnamed Oregonian in question, a young woman (Lindsay Pulsipher) in her twenties, is having a bad day of Lynchian proportions. Bloody and... More>>
Tahrir: Liberation Square: Stefano Savona's Vital, Chaotic Work Tahrir: Liberation Square
, June 06, 2012
As documented in Stefano Savona's vital, chaotic Tahrir: Liberation Square, there's no soundtrack to the Egyptian revolution, at least not one... More>>
Identity Crises at Cannes 2012 Identity Crises at Cannes 2012
Films, stars, and the festival itself combat easy categorization
, May 30, 2012
The Cannes Film Festival (which ended its two-week run on Saturday) is nothing if not a study in contradictions. Studio product and tabloid... More>>
5 Broken Cameras
, May 30, 2012
Startlingly intimate and direct, this first-person doc by Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi requires multiple viewings for anyone eager to work out how... More>>
Pink Ribbons, Inc.
, May 30, 2012
An exposé in the purest, most pissed-off sense, director Léa Pool’s Pink Ribbons, Inc. digs into the bizarre elision of... More>>
Hide Away
, May 30, 2012
A man (Josh Lucas) arrives at a waterfront wearing a dark suit and shouldering a solitary bag. With hardly a word, he accepts the keys to a... More>>
Richard’s Wedding
, May 30, 2012
A handheld New York indie that dallies in the queasy DMZ between hipster-narcissism and a self-satisfied critique of hipster-narcissism,... More>>
One Day on Earth
, May 30, 2012
If One Day on Earth feels familiar, it’s because last year’s Ridley Scott–produced film Life in a Day offered up essentially... More>>
Piranha 3DD
, May 30, 2012
Piranha 3DD takes pains to retain many of the elements of its 2010 predecessor: topless women, copious piranha’s-eye-view shots of... More>>
On Its Centennial, Paramount Pictures Celebrates Its Peak: The 1970s On Its Centennial, Paramount Pictures Celebrates Its Peak: The 1970s
New Hollywood's apex
, May 30, 2012
It's a warm spring evening on the Paramount Pictures lot in Hollywood, and the crowd jostling for hors d'oeuvres in the lobby of the Paramount... More>>
A Cat in Paris A Cat in Paris
, May 30, 2012
A sketchy trifle of French animation grabbing time in theaters thanks to its recent Oscar nomination, Felicioli and Gagnol's barely-hour-long... More>>
Found Memories Found Memories
, May 30, 2012
There's no electricity in the Brazilian village where Found Memories is set, and trains no longer heat up the tracks. For the remaining dozen or... More>>
Henning Mankell's Wallander: The Revenge Henning Mankell's Wallander: The Revenge
, May 30, 2012
Kurt Wallander, the police inspector at the center of Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell's popular Wallander novels (and several movie... More>>
Wish Me Away Wish Me Away
, May 30, 2012
What it lacks in artfulness, Wish Me Away makes up for in emotive force. Bobbie Birleffi and Beverly Kopf's documentary about singer Chely... More>>
U.N. Me U.N. Me
, May 30, 2012
From its "Oil for Food" scandal in Iraq to its inaction in Rwanda and Darfur and its farcical human rights council appointments, the U.N. is... More>>
High School High School
, May 30, 2012
Its opening shots replete with heavily fetishized close-ups of kids taking hits off joints and its dialogue peppered with lines like, "Getting... More>>
Battlefield America Battlefield America
, May 30, 2012
C-list r&b singer Marques Houston jumps on the money train of the modern family film with Battlefield America. In the movie, which Houston... More>>
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