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Broadway goes to Hollywood in Jersey Boys Jersey Boys
, June 19, 2014
If you think summer movies are clamorous, try a current Broadway musical. Watching Jersey Boys on stage is like soldiering through some extreme... More>>
Obvious Child is not your mother's rom-com Obvious Child
, June 19, 2014
For all of Fox News's fear-mongering about Hollywood being out to indoctrinate us with liberal values, when it comes to pregnancy, the movies... More>>
Riley Morton's Evergreen chronicles the road to legalization in Washington Evergreen: The Road to Legalization
, June 19, 2014
In 2012, advocates for marijuana legalization pushed Initiative 502 onto the ballot in Washington state. This year, director Riley Morton... More>>
The Death of the Star Wars Universe The Death of the Star Wars Universe
, June 19, 2014
Recently, Star Wars fans, along with much of the planet's pop-culture collective, nearly ruptured the internet in their enthusiasm to share... More>>
Punk-girl blast We Are the Best! earns its title Punk-girl blast We Are the Best! earns its title
, June 19, 2014
A truly punk act, a shout of freedom, frustration, and exaltation, hits about halfway through Lukas Moodysson’s girl-punk reverie We Are... More>>
The Heart Animates MS Doc When I Walk The Heart Animates MS Doc When I Walk
, June 19, 2014
"Wherever you live in this world, basically...you are alone. Even if [we] have support systems, we're really alone." Those words, shorn of... More>>
Forgotten Flick Ravenous Is the Best-Ever Manifest Destiny Cannibal Comedy Forgotten Flick Ravenous Is the Best-Ever Manifest Destiny Cannibal Comedy
, June 19, 2014
Ravenous is a film-shaped UFO: It's so delightfully weird that its very existence defies logic. Imagine a film that makes A Modest... More>>
Pattinson and Pearce battle through The Rover Pattinson and Pearce battle through The Rover
, June 19, 2014
The Rover, Australian filmmaker David Michôd’s followup to the brutish family drama Animal Kingdom, is a post-apocalyptic Western... More>>
The Case Against 8 is the best kind of popular history The Case Against 8 is the best kind of popular history
, June 19, 2014
There’s much to be astonished by in the story of how the Supreme Court was goaded in slapping down Proposition 8, California’s gay... More>>
Think Like a Man Too thinks like too many other movies Think Like a Man Too thinks like too many other movies
, June 19, 2014
Comedies about the battle of the sexes tend to have one clear loser: the audience. Driven by an oppositional view of romance that proved outmoded... More>>
The sequel How To Train Your Dragon 2 mostly works The sequel How To Train Your Dragon 2 mostly works
, June 12, 2014
If you ever have days when you prefer animals to human beings, How to Train Your Dragon 2 is your kind of movie. In some ways the second entry in... More>>
In 22 Jump Street, the original magic has dimmed a bit 22 Jump Street
, June 12, 2014
One of the biggest selling points of 21 Jump Street, the 2012 TV-remake comedy, turned out to be its seemingly unscripted lunacy, the way it put... More>>
Kelly Reichardt's thoughtful Night Moves takes viewers full circle Night Moves
, June 12, 2014
The most radical thing about this eco-terrorism drama is its quiet patience and formal vigor. While most studio pictures slap together their... More>>
The Signal delivers some thrills, too many spills The Signal
, June 12, 2014
There's still one kind of dread that today's genre filmmakers can reliably stir up: that everything we've been watching on screen is going to be... More>>
Tom Cruise comes full circle in Edge of Tomorrow Edge of Tomorrow
, June 05, 2014
In 1986, peaceniks were mad at Tom Cruise. That year, the Navy thanked Top Gun for boosting enlistment with another 20,000 recruits. Since then,... More>>
The Dance of Reality is part memory, part Marquezian fairy tale The Dance of Reality
, June 05, 2014
The grand old dirty pope of midnight-movie voodoo and post-'60s turn-on, drop-out mythopoeia returns with a vengeance, in his autumnal phase and... More>>
The sentimental Ping Pong Summer captures the restless energy of youth Ping Pong Summer
, June 05, 2014
There's no doubt that Ping Pong Summer is someone's childhood. It plays like a cherished memory, rosy and warm, rebuilt in minutiae with such... More>>
22 Jump Street's Funny Enough -- Except for the Tired Gay Jokes 22 Jump Street's Funny Enough -- Except for the Tired Gay Jokes
, June 05, 2014
One of the biggest selling points of 21 Jump Street, the 2012 TV-remake comedy, turned out to be its seemingly unscripted lunacy, the way it put... More>>
Again and Again, 22 Jump Street's Lord and Miller Turn Crap Ideas Into Movie Gold Again and Again, 22 Jump Street's Lord and Miller Turn Crap Ideas Into Movie Gold
, June 05, 2014
When Phil Lord and Chris Miller pitched their idea for a 21 Jump Street movie, a film everyone thought was, at best, a moronic moneymaker, they... More>>
Trust Me's Clark Gregg: "There Is This Barbarism Inherent in the American Dream." Trust Me's Clark Gregg: "There Is This Barbarism Inherent in the American Dream."
, June 05, 2014
Multi-hyphenate actor Clark Gregg understands that hard work and perseverance don't necessarily pay off in Hollywood. Since moving to Los... More>>
The Fault With Our Adapters The Fault With Our Adapters
, June 05, 2014
Cancer, so costly in real life, can be thrown around pretty cheaply in fiction, which is why most cautious readers and moviegoers are wary of it... More>>
Seth MacFarlane proves there are A Million Ways to Die in the West A Million Ways to Die in the West
, May 29, 2014
We're still adjusting to Seth MacFarlane as a big-screen star. Not just because his breakneck absurdist humor often demands that viewers pause... More>>
The teens in Gia Coppola's Palo Alto are looking for action Palo Alto
, May 29, 2014
Remarkable as it seems, there's still poetry to be found in the idea of kids tooling around with nothing much to do. Whether you grew up in a... More>>
Cold in July is warmed by talented acting and directing Cold in July
, May 29, 2014
The triptych of masculinities at the core of director Jim Mickle's Sundance hit Cold in July (he co-wrote the screenplay with Nick Damici) pulls... More>>
Jolie the Great and Powerful Jolie the Great and Powerful
, May 29, 2014
Boil Maleficent down to one newt’s nose-sized piece of advice and you’d get this: Don’t dump Angelina Jolie. It’s not a... More>>
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