Today the tireless Nick Pinkerton is back with a look at the fascinating -- and hard-to-Google -- No.
Directed by Pablo Larrain
Screens Friday, Oct. 12th at 9:00 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 13th at 3:00 p.m.
Against Argo's opening weekend, the NYFF has (one imagines, unconsciously) counter-prog ... More >>
A Little Bit of Heaven has bouncy Kate Hudson as "an irreverent young woman who unexpectedly falls in love with her doctor," but critics are saying it's the film itself that needs life support.
Here are some of the reviews, which to everyone involved in the film must seem like a little bit of hell: ... More >>
Earlier today, the National released a video for the song "Think You Can Wait," from the "quirky" Paul Giamatti film Win Win. The video is a misguided combination of film dialogue transposed over a staged performance (the YouTube comments have already begun trashing it, and Matt Berninger's voice ... More >>
Not on the Rikers Top 10 list.New York Public Library book cart volunteers have gotten a look into Riker's that we mere Law and Order fan club members can only imagine. Turns out, it looks a bit like everywhere else reading-wise, except with more rules and nothing in hardcover (rarely worth t ... More >>
Ellen Silverman PhotographyYesterday, we talked to Michael Anthony, executive chef at Gramercy Tavern, about the James Beards, his most embarrassing kitchen moment, and the advent of ramps.
Today, in the second half of the interview, find out how Anthony feels about health care, the mayor's ... More >>
In the week that we thought maybe we had swine flu, ran frightened from our offices, wandered the East Village for hours looking for wireless or a good doctor, and eventually received an email with the subject line "It's NOT Swine Flu," we sheepishly came back to our desks, only to find an army of c ... More >>
"In Mexico, you're always asked where Gael is, like if you're by yourself then you are nothing."
The Mexican blockbuster Rudo y Cursi is the first film that Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal have costarred in since Y Tu Mama Tambien, the much acclaimed 2001 indie coming-of-age film that simultane ... More >>
The newest left-field, cool guy feathers in Jim Jarmusch's cap? SUNN O))), Boris, and Earth on the soundtrack to The Limits of Control, his new Bill Murray/Isaach De Bankolé/Gael García Bernal/Tilda Swinton-starring existential spy film, due in May. [Ideologic]