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There's More to Streaming Than Netflix There's More to Streaming Than Netflix
, March 13, 2014
As of this writing, the Netflix Instant catalogue boasts more than 10,000 titles available for online streaming -- a number that, as per the... More>>
The Welcome Return of Kurt Russell The Welcome Return of Kurt Russell
, March 13, 2014
A wise man -- or, more precisely, a wiseass trucker named Jack Burton -- once opined that "it’s all in the reflexes." Few actors have had... More>>
There's something for everyone in 300: Rise of an Empire 300: Rise of an Empire
, March 06, 2014
Man, woman, gay, straight, bi: There's something for everyone in 300: Rise of an Empire, the XXL sequel to the also-larger-than-life... More>>
Omar often finds itself in ethics-free territory Omar
, March 06, 2014
The latest chin-out probe into the mutual-lockjaw Israeli-Palestinian scenario from Paradise Now director Hany Abu-Assad, zippy melodrama Omar... More>>
Stranger by the Lake is a thriller in more ways than one Stranger by the Lake
, March 06, 2014
For more than two decades, Alain Guiraudie has been unrivaled in depicting desires that upend convention, whether homo or hetero. In the comedy... More>>
I'm Trying to Love Wes Anderson, That Miniaturist Puppet-Master I'm Trying to Love Wes Anderson, That Miniaturist Puppet-Master
, March 06, 2014
If you were to survey people who pay attention to movies -- to go door-to-door with a clipboard, a sharpened No. 2 pencil, and a sheaf of forms... More>>
The Meh Wayback: Mr. Peabody & Sherman The Meh Wayback: Mr. Peabody & Sherman
, March 06, 2014
First, the pleasant surprises. In puffing up the slight, absurd Mr. Peabody and Sherman shorts from Jay Ward’s The Rocky and Bullwinkle... More>>
Alain Resnais Imagined the Whole Memory of the World Alain Resnais Imagined the Whole Memory of the World
, March 06, 2014
Alain Resnais's last completed film, Life of Riley (2014), presents a group of aging friends who plan, hope, wish, dream and scheme after they... More>>
Three Reasons Why HBO's Looking Is the Perfect Show for Women Three Reasons Why HBO's Looking Is the Perfect Show for Women
, March 06, 2014
(Spoiler alert: The following piece discusses up to the February 16 episode of Looking.)HBO's Looking has had a tough time winning over its... More>>
Can Non-Stop just stop, please? Non-Stop
, February 27, 2014
Action heroes with nothing to lose are the best kind, perhaps the only kind worth watching. In the opening seconds of Jaume Collet-Serra's... More>>
Emotions run high in the compelling Kids for Cash Kids for Cash
, February 27, 2014
The fairy-tale fear of a powerful man stealing children is the infuriating heart of Kids for Cash, a compelling and well-reported documentary... More>>
Hayao Miyazaki signs off with The Wind Rises The Wind Rises
, February 27, 2014
In 1998, Douglas Adams published a sweet, funny essay called "Riding the Rays," about an excursion to Hayman Island to try a kind of underwater... More>>
Meet Skinaflix, the Netflix for Aficionados of Old-School Porn Meet Skinaflix, the Netflix for Aficionados of Old-School Porn
, February 27, 2014
“Sex films sell, and other stuff doesn't . . . or at least not nearly as well,” says film preservationist Joe Rubin. Rubin, 24 years... More>>
In Secret's sublime acting entertains and enthralls In Secret
, February 20, 2014
Basically a pop history of Western culture's relationship to the female orgasm, Charlie Stratton's In Secret is also a spirited zip through... More>>
Skillful editing brings clarity to The Square The Square
, February 20, 2014
Two words uttered in the dark — "What happened?" — open The Square, Jehane Noujaim's powerful, exacting depiction of Egypt's struggle... More>>
If You Build It is rich in material, less so in structure If You Build It
, February 20, 2014
In If You Build It, a documentary about a high-concept high school product-design class in, of all places, rural North Carolina, director Patrick... More>>
Darkman: Celebrating Sam Raimi's Descent Into Utter Madness Darkman: Celebrating Sam Raimi's Descent Into Utter Madness
, February 20, 2014
No matter what else he does, director Sam Raimi has two unassailable fan favorites under his belt: 1987's Evil Dead 2, and the 1992... More>>
Wrong Move, Remake: The Lasting Relevance of Paul Verhoeven's Original RoboCop Wrong Move, Remake: The Lasting Relevance of Paul Verhoeven's Original RoboCop
, February 20, 2014
It doesn't feature iPhones, Twitter or an Internet, and yet Paul Verhoeven's RoboCop remains perhaps the most prescient sci-fi effort of the past... More>>
3 Days to Kill Is Nonsense, but Cos Remains the Boss 3 Days to Kill Is Nonsense, but Cos Remains the Boss
, February 20, 2014
In 1990, the same year that Kevin Costner released the massive global hit Dances with Wolves, a curious thing happened in France. The name Kevin... More>>
Vesuvius Blows, But Pompeii Doesn't Vesuvius Blows, But Pompeii Doesn't
, February 20, 2014
Here's the last thing I ever would have expected out of Pompeii, that sword-thrust of 3D gladiator-vs.-volcano madness coming right at your... More>>
Moving from fantasy to fable, Winter's Tale works its magic Winter's Tale
, February 13, 2014
It's a little sad that Colin Farrell has outgrown roles that require him to wear raggedy sweaters and say things like "For fook's sake!" It had... More>>
Like Father, Like Son is a charming study in nature vs. nurture Like Father, Like Son
, February 13, 2014
The seemingly innocuous school interview that opens writer-director Hirokazu Kore-eda's sublime Like Father, Like Son is actually a master class... More>>
Stations of the Cross Leading at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival Stations of the Cross Leading at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival
, February 13, 2014
Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, both of which publish special daily issues at the major international festivals, may be the most famous movie... More>>
Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel: A Marzipan Monstrosity Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel: A Marzipan Monstrosity
, February 13, 2014
Greetings from the 64th annual Berlin Film Festival, where it’s a surprisingly balmy 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit). The... More>>
Endless Love Earns Its Title the Bad Way Endless Love Earns Its Title the Bad Way
, February 13, 2014
The endless love in question unfolds in that universe where shy, bookish teenage girls are always catalog-model beautiful, not a pimple in sight... More>>
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