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Cannes Report: Grace of Monaco at Least Has Clothes Cannes Report: Grace of Monaco at Least Has Clothes
, May 15, 2014
Greetings from Cannes! It’s an unwritten rule – maybe it should even be a written one – that no one who is lucky enough to come... More>>
John Turturro's Fading Gigolo finds love in an unexpected place Fading Gigolo
, May 08, 2014
One of the great pleasures of regular movie-going isn't seeing great films. It's finding the little oddballs, the modest entertainments that miss... More>>
Ishiro Honda's Godzilla is the real deal Godzilla
, May 08, 2014
In an era in which Hollywood considers destroying whole cities obligatory for blockbusters, it's refreshing to recall a time when such... More>>
Tom Hardy drives solo in Locke Locke
, May 08, 2014
How much can you take away and still have a movie? Steven Knight's Locke is an experiment in whittling down contemporary screen storytelling to... More>>
Director Wally Pfister Doesn't Want Immortality Director Wally Pfister Doesn't Want Immortality
, May 08, 2014
When Wally Pfister won an Oscar for Inception, his sixth film with Christopher Nolan, he went home and put the statuette on his mantel.... More>>
Tom Hiddleston: The God Who Wanted Jeans Tom Hiddleston: The God Who Wanted Jeans
, May 08, 2014
Tom Hiddleston can pull off extreme looks. In The Avengers, he strutted around in Loki’s two-foot horned helmet. For Midnight in Paris, he... More>>
Bring Me the Head of Han Solo Bring Me the Head of Han Solo
, May 08, 2014
Harrison Ford has been a good soldier in the Star Wars. He did whatever was asked of him by his commanding officer, George Lucas, even when his... More>>
Only Lovers Left Alive might be Jim Jarmusch's finest work Only Lovers Left Alive
, May 01, 2014
The vampires that walk among us — and they do — are not the Twilight kind, or the True Blood kind, or even the Buffy kind. In the... More>>
The riveting Blue Ruin is a nail-biter of a revenge drama Blue Ruin
, May 01, 2014
Everything in the opening scenes of Jeremy Saulnier's nerve-racking revenge drama Blue Ruin is the color of a bruise, from the ocean to the... More>>
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 gives us a goofy hero with an improved love life The Amazing Spider-Man 2
, May 01, 2014
Since 2002, the year Sam Raimi's Spider-Man hit theaters, the other Spider-Man, the hero of the actual comic books, has joined the Avengers,... More>>
The Railway Man tracks the aftermath of war The Railway Man
, April 24, 2014
Has it ever occurred to contemporary commercial filmmakers that maybe audiences could take a movie's word for it that a character has been... More>>
The absorbing Galapagos Affair plays like a true-crime tale The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden
, April 24, 2014
At first, before the murders, the story might sound like some nihilistic last-century tropical sitcom. In 1929, German physician Friedrich... More>>
Kristen Wiig shows another side in Hateship Loveship Hateship Loveship
, April 24, 2014
Liza Johnson's proudly frustrating Hateship Loveship is a film you'll long to like. As middle-aged virgin Johanna, buttoned-up, buttoned-lipped... More>>
Jude Law's Dom Hemingway is all highs and lows Dom Hemingway
, April 17, 2014
Going bald is the best thing that ever happened to Jude Law. Britain's prettiest export did the best he could with his burden of good looks. He... More>>
Transcendence is a tepid sermon on technology's power over humans Transcendence
, April 17, 2014
Sometimes it's helpful to know certain details about how a film has come together. And sometimes it's just so much information. Transcendence,... More>>
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