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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>>
Fury Takes Us Through the Hell of War and Back Fury
, October 16, 2014
A gloom hangs over writer-director David Ayer's brutal war drama Fury that only the audience can see. It's April 1945, and we know that in weeks... More>>
Bill Murray Is Funny and Grumpy in St. Vincent St. Vincent
, October 16, 2014
The big news: In its first half, before it bottoms out with the rankest feel-goodery, Theodore Melfi's too-familiar ain't-he-irascible... More>>
Hong Khaou's Lilting Examines Grief Through His Subjects' Eyes Lilting
, October 16, 2014
Writer-director Hong Khaou's slow-moving feature debut, Lilting, examines grief's isolating effects through the eyes of two subjects:... More>>
Viggo Mortenson Tightens the Tense Two Faces of January Viggo Mortenson Tightens the Tense Two Faces of January
, October 16, 2014
Based on Patricia Highsmith's 1964 novel, The Two Faces of January is by no means great art; it never explodes the way a slick tale of larceny,... More>>
Jason Reitman's Men, Women & Children Despairs at Our Wi-Fi World Jason Reitman's Men, Women & Children Despairs at Our Wi-Fi World
, October 16, 2014
The tragedy of Jason Reitman's Men, Women & Children is that it was released the year it was made. A snapshot of today's cultural disconnection,... More>>
The Judge Could Have Used a Little More Good Judgment The Judge
, October 09, 2014
God save us from old coots and the actors who play them. Is that a terrible thing to say? Actors, like the rest of us, grow old, and there aren't... More>>
Dracula Untold's Prince Has Been Drained of His Hottest Blood Dracula Untold
, October 09, 2014
The "Dracula Begins"-style sword-and-fangs curio Dracula Untold plays like someone said, "What if we took a vampire flick but did a... More>>
Matthew Warchus's Pride Makes You Feel Good About the World Pride
, October 09, 2014
It says something about current global affairs that a movie set during the U.K. miners' strike of the mid-1980s — an event that tore lives... More>>
Reckoning With the Last Days in Vietnam Vietnam
, October 09, 2014
Vital, illuminating, and terrifying, Rory Kennedy's Last Days in Vietnam probes with clarity and thoroughness one moment of recent American... More>>
Nick Cave's New Movie Doesn't Quite Reveal the Man Behind the Myth -- and That's a Good Thing Nick Cave
, October 09, 2014
In one Nick Cave song, a pedophiliac outlaw caps a murder spree by killing the devil himself. In another, the narrator muses on Miley Cyrus while... More>>
Gary Webb's Tragedy Stings Even When Kill the Messenger Flags Gary Webb's Tragedy Stings Even When Kill the Messenger Flags
, October 09, 2014
It was a mystery that reporter Gary Webb would have jumped on: a man who'd made powerful enemies allegedly committing suicide with two gunshots... More>>
Gone Girl Is as Well-Planned as the Perfect Murder Ben Affleck
, October 02, 2014
Everything about Gone Girl, David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's enormously popular 2012 thriller about a deteriorating marriage and a... More>>
Nick Cave Tells His Own Story in 20,000 Days on Earth Nick Cave
, October 02, 2014
Should we trust artists to tell the story of artists? On the plus side, who understands them better? If there's a secret language of imagination... More>>
Left Behind is Sinfully Boring Left Behind is Sinfully Boring
, October 02, 2014
Every child who's thrown a tantrum, packed a bag and plotted to run away has shivered with the same vengeful thought: I wish I could see how sad... More>>
Terry Gilliam’s Latest Plays Like Terry Gilliam’s Latest Terry Gilliam’s Latest Plays Like Terry Gilliam’s Latest
, October 02, 2014
Terry Gilliam is a gifted, ambitious filmmaker who, sadly, may now be more famous for being misunderstood and underfunded than he is for actually... More>>
Demonic Doll Movie Annabelle Is Surprisingly Unnerving Demonic Doll Movie Annabelle Is Surprisingly Unnerving
, October 02, 2014
Annabelle, an effective prequel to horror pastiche The Conjuring, surpasses its predecessor simply by virtue of occasionally being scary. Both... More>>
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig Play It Straight in The Skeleton Twins The Skeleton Twins
, September 25, 2014
Surprisingly moving for a film assembled from such familiar scenes, Craig Johnson's The Skeleton Twins mushes together queasy/quirky indie family... More>>
The Unusual Boxtrolls Will Appeal to All Ages The Boxtrolls
, September 25, 2014
The Boxtrolls is a kiddie charmer that makes you laugh, cower, and think of Hitler. That's an unusual trifecta, but then again, this is an... More>>
The Zero Theorem Serves Up Wild Visions of the Future The Zero Theorem
, September 25, 2014
Terry Gilliam is a gifted, ambitious filmmaker who, sadly, may now be more famous for being misunderstood and underfunded than he is for actually... More>>
The Future Is Even Stranger Than Terry Gilliam Thought The Future Is Even Stranger Than Terry Gilliam Thought
, September 25, 2014
"I'll always be anti-authoritarian, as long as I live," says Terry Gilliam, the comic provocateur who's been taking aim at the establishment for... More>>
David Bowie Is Lovingly Brings the Starman to Earth David Bowie Is Lovingly Brings the Starman to Earth
, September 25, 2014
It’s the kind of forward-thinking experience David Bowie himself might have predicted. Just for one day, on silver screens across the... More>>
Andre Benjamin Is Hendrix, but the Women Make Jimi Andre Benjamin Is Hendrix, but the Women Make Jimi
, September 25, 2014
"Groupie" has come to be an ugly word, a misogynist dig that’s used all too casually by men and women alike. A groupie is a woman who... More>>
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