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Wes Craven: I Always Encouraged Robert Englund to Make Freddy Krueger His Own Wes Craven: I Always Encouraged Robert Englund to Make Freddy Krueger His Own
, January 16, 2014
Despite some reluctance, Wes Craven is a name-brand filmmaker. The phrase "Wes Craven Presents" comes with certain expectations thanks to the... More>>
A Found-Footage Attempt at Rosemary's Baby in Devil's Due A Found-Footage Attempt at Rosemary's Baby in Devil's Due
, January 16, 2014
In Devil's Due, co-directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett (V/H/S) and first-time screenwriter Lindsay Devlin offer an uninspired... More>>
The hard truth about August: Osage County August: Osage County
, January 09, 2014
Without big truth-telling scenes, grand, great-lady, Meryl Streep-type actors would be out of work. Hell, Meryl Streep would be out of work. But... More>>
Artful performances transcend Her's obvious metaphors Her
, January 09, 2014
The terrible reality of modern life is that even beautiful young people on a first date can't go a whole evening without checking their phones.... More>>
Skip the Script and Double Down on the Beefcakery in The Legend of Hercules Skip the Script and Double Down on the Beefcakery in The Legend of Hercules
, January 09, 2014
January! Just the time to snuggle up with a 3-D sword-and-pectoral extravaganza. And although some of its more imaginative plot details would... More>>
Community Returns -- and Feels Like Community Again Community Returns -- and Feels Like Community Again
, January 02, 2014
Community returns for season 5 on January 2 with a two-episode block that plants its feet on the study room table and regrounds the characters... More>>
A Touch of Sin puts a face on China's have-nots A Touch of Sin
, January 02, 2014
Over the past few years, our view of modern China — at least as culled from news reports — has been that of a country whose economy... More>>
Oscar Isaac on the "screwball tragedy" of Inside Llewyn Davis Oscar Isaac on the "screwball tragedy" of Inside Llewyn Davis
, January 02, 2014
Three types of artists hinge on authenticity: punk bands, folk singers, and rappers. Actors, like Oscar Isaac, are by definition phonies. But... More>>
Who Is Kickstarter For, Anyway? Who Is Kickstarter For, Anyway?
, January 02, 2014
So many ideas in our country begin with the best of intentions and end up completely corrupted. From Lindsay Lohan’s acting career to the... More>>
Raze's Zoë Bell on the Hard, Satisfying Work of Ass-Kicking Raze's Zoë Bell on the Hard, Satisfying Work of Ass-Kicking
, January 02, 2014
New Zealand stuntwoman-turned-actress Zoë Bell is fully aware of her unique position as an action star who also does her own stunts. After... More>>
Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones Is Business as Paranormal, but Meaner and Outside the Suburbs Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones Is Business as Paranormal, but Meaner and Outside the Suburbs
, January 02, 2014
Rosemary's Baby notwithstanding, it's usually only suburban white people who fall prey to movie ghosts and demons -- they're always the ones... More>>
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is an uplifting crowd-pleaser The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
, December 26, 2013
In the twenty years since Reality Bites, his directorial debut, Ben Stiller has metastasized from sketch-comedy lunatic to Generation X darling... More>>
Scorsese's extravagant Wolf of Wall Street revels in excess The Wolf of Wall Street
, December 26, 2013
Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street is the kind of movie directors make when they wield money, power, and a not inconsiderable degree of... More>>
Idris Elba elevates the formulaic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
, December 26, 2013
What becomes a legend most? Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom offers the biopic's usual reply: legend itself. Bigger, louder, more expensive legend,... More>>
A Thrilling Look at the Life of Barbara Stanwyck A Thrilling Look at the Life of Barbara Stanwyck
, December 26, 2013
When Peter Guralnick released Last Train to Memphis, the first half of his superb two-volume biography of Elvis Presley, some people must have... More>>
Marilyn Manson Convinces as a Nerdy Teen in Wrong Cops Marilyn Manson Convinces as a Nerdy Teen in Wrong Cops
, December 26, 2013
When he was thirteen, Marilyn Manson — then just Christian schoolkid Brian Warner of Canton, Ohio — would hide out in the basement... More>>
The Coen Brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis is the siblings' warmest film yet Inside Llewyn Davis
, December 19, 2013
Folk music is supposed to be the music of the people. Yet at the heart of Joel and Ethan Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis, set in New York in the... More>>
An all-star cast does the American Hustle to a ’70s soundtrack American Hustle
, December 19, 2013
The best movies about con artists work a bit of flimflammery themselves. They're not necessarily dishonest; they just can't resist making the... More>>
Anchorman 2: Continuing legend or legend in its own mind? Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
, December 19, 2013
The audience that shows up for a comedy is the most tyrannical of all. Their very presence is the equivalent of a schoolyard bully's challenge:... More>>
Stephanie Zacharek's Top Films of 2013 Stephanie Zacharek's Top Films of 2013
, December 19, 2013
Here’s where I write about how hard it is to draw up a ten-best list at the end of the year. Except it isn’t: I think of drawing up a... More>>
The Best of 2013, Take Two The Best of 2013, Take Two
, December 19, 2013
I could write a Shakespearean sonnet about each film on my Top 10 of 2013, but we know we’re all here for the agreements and arguments.... More>>
The 2013 Village Voice Film Poll The 2013 Village Voice Film Poll
, December 19, 2013
In 2013, there were a thousand bright lights and no strong center ― even with Gravity, which ranked No. 8 on our tally of nearly 100... More>>
Ten Movies to Look For in 2014 Ten Movies to Look For in 2014
, December 19, 2013
As awards season draws nearer and best-of-the-year lists keep rolling in, there's only one thing left to do: get excited about what comes next.... More>>
Joaquin Phoenix: He's (Still) Still Here Joaquin Phoenix: He's (Still) Still Here
, December 19, 2013
In Spike Jonze’s new sci-fi romance, Her, Joaquin Phoenix plays a divorcé who rebounds by falling in love with his smartphone. On a... More>>
Five of the Year's Best Films -- That You Can Stream on Netflix Right Now Five of the Year's Best Films -- That You Can Stream on Netflix Right Now
, December 19, 2013
For professional film critics, you'll notice, the year in film tends to conclude prematurely. Those "Best Of" lists you see popping up everywhere... More>>
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