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Salinger fails to do justice to the author's legacy Salinger
, September 12, 2013
If they made a movie, Holden wouldn't like it," Martin Sheen opines deep into the new documentary Salinger. He's speaking of the possibility of a... More>>
The unexpected turns in Il Futuro are heightened by sublime direction Il Futuro
, September 12, 2013
Alicia Scherson's enthralling Il Futuro asks the question no one wants to hear: How would you see the world after a personal tragedy? When her... More>>
The Wookiee Wins: Meet the Director of the Chewbacca Doc That Conquered Kickstarter The Wookiee Wins: Meet the Director of the Chewbacca Doc That Conquered Kickstarter
, September 12, 2013
Understandably, Peter Mayhew is not as well known as Harrison Ford or Mark Hamill. But W. Ryan Ziegler wants to change that. The first-time... More>>
Pleasure in the Rubble: Why the Summer's Last, Smallest Blockbuster Was Its Best Pleasure in the Rubble: Why the Summer's Last, Smallest Blockbuster Was Its Best
, September 12, 2013
We'll always have Iron Man, they must be telling each other in Hollywood. As summer wanes, the hulking corpses of would-be blockbusters litter... More>>
The big-hearted Prince Avalanche is a character study steeped in boy talk and warm silences Prince Avalanche
, September 05, 2013
Here's a humble wig-out, a curio that could endure beyond its creators' more demonstrably successful works — and that for decades will... More>>
Adore's self-serious presentation hinders its trashy appeal Adore
, September 05, 2013
There's something unsettling about Anne Fontaine's Adore, and, surprisingly, it has nothing to do with the two middle-aged women who fall in love... More>>
The emotional intricacy of Short Term 12 is nearly overwhelming Short Term 12
, September 05, 2013
Like The Wire or Romanian director Cristian Mungiu's oeuvre, Short Term 12 is the kind of film that sounds agonizingly depressing on paper but... More>>
Venice Update: Kelly Reichardt's Night Moves, James Franco's Child of God, and More Venice Update: Kelly Reichardt's Night Moves, James Franco's Child of God, and More
, September 05, 2013
In 1953, the Venice Film Festival jury didn't award its top prize, the Golden Lion. Instead, it made the highly unorthodox decision to award the... More>>
Venice Update: The Wordless Beauty and Brutality of Kim Ki-duk's Moebius and Scarlett Johansson in Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin Venice Update: The Wordless Beauty and Brutality of Kim Ki-duk's Moebius and Scarlett Johansson in Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin
, September 05, 2013
It's 8:20 and you're in the breakfast room at your hotel, having your customary bowl of muesli. By 9:20, you're watching a spurned wife cut off... More>>
Five Great Summer Movies You Might Have Missed (And Can Still Catch!) Five Great Summer Movies You Might Have Missed (And Can Still Catch!)
, September 05, 2013
As another summer movie season characterized by cynicism and excess draws to a close, there are few activities less valuable or interesting... More>>
Orange Is the New Black's Radical Critique of American Prisons Orange Is the New Black's Radical Critique of American Prisons
, September 05, 2013
All manner of spoilers below. Nearly anyone with a grievance against America's dysfunctional prison system can find a scene to illustrate their... More>>
Let's toast the charming, honest Drinking Buddies Drinking Buddies
, August 29, 2013
There is a moment of silent incompatibility in Joe Swanberg's Drinking Buddies that illuminates the entirety of a relationship in a single... More>>
Austenland nails the foibles of new love with uncommon spirit Austenland
, August 29, 2013
Since it's called Austenland, and since it's a romantic comedy, you probably expect it to open with "It's a truth universally acknowledged" and... More>>
Wong Kar-Wai's The Grandmaster spars with the legend of Ip Man The Grandmaster
, August 29, 2013
The Weinstein Company's 108-minute cut of The Grandmaster may not be the epic Wong Kar-Wai originally intended, but it's fleet and silvery in its... More>>
The gorgeous Ain't Them Bodies Saints will get under your skin Ain't Them Bodies Saints
, August 22, 2013
In David Lowery's sublime new film, Ain't Them Bodies Saints, Bob Muldoon (Casey Affleck), who's serving 25 to life for armed robbery and... More>>
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