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Dumb and Dumber To Is Missing the Original's Magic Idiocy Dmb and Dumber To
, November 20, 2014
In the mid-1990s, self-appointed cultural gatekeepers used to wield Peter and Bobby Farrelly’s Dumb and Dumber as proof of the... More>>
Eddie Redmayne Is a Marvel in The Theory of Everything The Theory of Everything
, November 13, 2014
If the universe is infinitely finite, an entity whose mystery is knowable only through an evolving progression of theories and equations, it's... More>>
The Way He Looks Teeters on the Edge of Corniness The Way He Looks
, November 13, 2014
Though it's tempting to laugh at the endless stream of neologisms and cosmologies that Tumblr hath wrought, the nobility of intent is undeniable:... More>>
Showbiz Drama Beyond the Lights Is Familiar but Cutting Showbiz Drama Beyond the Lights Is Familiar but Cutting
, November 13, 2014
Tales of fame and its trappings — and the way they’re never enough to build a life — are as old as show business itself. Maybe... More>>
In Interstellar, Human Connection Lies Just Beyond Our Grasp Interstellar
, November 06, 2014
There's so much space in Christopher Nolan's nearly three-hour intergalactic extravaganza Interstellar that there's almost no room for people.... More>>
Small Performances Shine in the Mostly Charming Laggies Laggies
, November 06, 2014
It's an unwritten rule that we're supposed to feel most in step with people our own age, as if sharing the same cultural and historical... More>>
Low Down Never Really Gets Off the Ground Low Down
, November 06, 2014
Adapted from Amy-Jo Albany's memoir about growing up with her father, Joe, the jazz pianist best known for playing with Charlie Parker, Low Down... More>>
It's Conservationists vs. Oil and Militias in the Stunner Virunga It's Conservationists vs. Oil and Militias in the Stunner Virunga
, November 06, 2014
Here's a question the rest of us are lucky never to have had to think about: How many people does it take to bear away the corpse of a grown... More>>
For Better or Worse, Big Hero 6 Updates Disney's Cartoon Kids' Flicks For Better or Worse, Big Hero 6 Updates Disney's Cartoon Kids' Flicks
, November 06, 2014
Imagine if nerdy Clark Kent didn't have to remove his glasses and pocket protector to save the world. Then imagine him as fat and sweet as a... More>>
What's Hot and What's Not on TV This Fall What's Hot and What's Not on TV This Fall
, November 06, 2014
There's more television today than at any other point in the medium's history, but there's a good chance you're stuck in a TiVo rut. That's... More>>
In Nightcrawler, Jake Gyllenhaal Fashions Himself as a Latter-Day Tony Perkins Nightcrawler
, October 30, 2014
Jake Gyllenhaal, not a particularly bulky guy to begin with, dropped twenty pounds or so to play a Los Angeles misfit who finds his calling as a... More>>
Nightcrawler's Jake Gyllenhaal on Why We're to Blame for Tabloid News Nightcrawler's Jake Gyllenhaal on Why We're to Blame for Tabloid News
, October 30, 2014
Jake Gyllenhaal is used to exhaustion. During his research for the LAPD drama End of Watch, he spent five months patrolling the streets with... More>>
The Minutiae of Citizenfour Is Both Thrilling and Mundane Citizenfour
, October 30, 2014
Director Laura Poitras's Citizenfour boasts an hour or so of tense, intimate, world-shaking footage you might not quite believe you're watching.... More>>
Force Majeure Is a Penetrating Study of Masculinity Force Majeure
, October 30, 2014
Perhaps Ruben Östlund's most sophisticated thought experiment yet, the provocative and wise Force Majeure is a penetrating study of that... More>>
How John Wick Restored My Faith in Violent Movies How John Wick Restored My Faith in Violent Movies
, October 30, 2014
This essay contains a spoiler or two for John Wick. There's too much violence in movies today -- too much of the wrong kind, though if you asked... More>>
John Wick Is Wicked Good
, October 30, 2014
Dog lovers and fans of the beyond-understated charisma of Keanu Reeves have a tough choice when it comes to John Wick. Those who count themselves... More>>
Horns Lets Radcliffe Be Bad, but Not in a Good Way Horns Lets Radcliffe Be Bad, but Not in a Good Way
, October 30, 2014
Alexandre Aja's Horns is the rare YA-ish romance that doesn't make like a guidance counselor and force the characters to shake hands and forgive.... More>>
Frances McDormand is an Unpredictable Curmudgeon in HBO's Magnificent Olive Kitteridge Frances McDormand is an Unpredictable Curmudgeon in HBO's Magnificent Olive Kitteridge
, October 30, 2014
When we first meet the title character in Olive Kitteridge, she considers the revolver in her hands and looks up at the cloudless sky above the... More>>
Dear White People: It's Okay to Be Confused Dear White People
, October 23, 2014
Among its many attributes, Justin Simien's exuberant debut feature, Dear White People, proves that we're not yet living in a "post-racial... More>>
Mathieu Amalric's The Blue Room Keeps Us Guessing The Blue Room
, October 23, 2014
Mathieu Amalric's brisk, agreeably nasty thriller The Blue Room turns on a couple of murders — or does it? — but rather than corpses,... More>>
Michael Keaton Cultivates Quiet Desperation in Birdman Birdman
, October 23, 2014
In Birdman, directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, Michael Keaton pours all of Batman's simmering disquietude into a... More>>
As Lit's Biggest Prick, Jason Schwartzman Wears Us Down As Lit's Biggest Prick, Jason Schwartzman Wears Us Down
, October 23, 2014
You can't live in New York for more than ten days without meeting some truly dreadful people: couples who fret about having to choose between... More>>
Citizenfour's Laura Poitras Explains Why Edward Snowden Did It Citizenfour's Laura Poitras Explains Why Edward Snowden Did It
, October 23, 2014
With the first two documentaries in her post–9-11 trilogy -- My Country, My Country, a portrait of Iraq under American occupation, and The... More>>
Whiplash Offers a Painful and Joyous Jazz Education Whiplash Offers a Painful and Joyous Jazz Education
, October 23, 2014
Jazz isn’t dead. Miraculously, there’s always a small but steady stream of young people who continue to fall in love with this most... More>>
Art and Craft's Trickster Forger Is an American Original Art and Craft's Trickster Forger Is an American Original
, October 23, 2014
Knocking out the first-rate forgeries that fooled sixty American museums? That was a curiously mundane miracle, something for Mark Landis to do... More>>
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