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Bloody Floody: Noah Wants to Be a Mad Epic Bloody Floody: Noah Wants to Be a Mad Epic
, March 27, 2014
To hear Darren Aronofsky tell it, in the interviews he's given recently to the New York Times Magazine and the New Yorker, there was no way in... More>>
Sabotage Is a Belt of Bourbon After Years of Sipping Diet Pepsi Sabotage Is a Belt of Bourbon After Years of Sipping Diet Pepsi
, March 27, 2014
Arnold Schwarzenegger's name is only about one-seventh the font size of the title on the poster of Sabotage (formerly Breacher, formerly Ten),... More>>
The penetration in Nymphomaniac: Volume I is mostly emotional Nymphomaniac: Volume I
, March 20, 2014
Let's start with the ending, the closing-credits disclaimer that insists that none of the lead actors in Lars von Trier's two-part erotic epic... More>>
The Lunchbox is a sweet, slow romantic dramedy The Lunchbox
, March 20, 2014
"The way to a man's heart is through his stomach" runs the old cliché and the rather uninspired starting point for The Lunchbox, a... More>>
Shailene Woodley Proves More Human Than Divergent Shailene Woodley Proves More Human Than Divergent
, March 20, 2014
Dystopian movies don't have to make sense. As the audience, we're obligated to sit down with our popcorn and soda and pretend that, yes, of... More>>
The new Muppets movie peaks on the Silliness Scale The new Muppets movie peaks on the Silliness Scale
, March 20, 2014
If you count forward from Jim Henson’s mid-1960s TV appearances with a fringy pup named Rowlf and the lizard, made from an old winter coat,... More>>
Travel back in time to The Grand Budapest Hotel The Grand Budapest Hotel
, March 13, 2014
Leave it to Wes Anderson to make a film about World War II without mentioning Germany. In The Grand Budapest Hotel, a wundercabinet set in the... More>>
Child's Pose cracks the thin ice of a haute-bourgeois life Child's Pose
, March 13, 2014
Ah, the Romanians: Sometimes it seems like no one else is bothering to make movies for grownups anymore. With Child's Pose, the Romanian tide... More>>
The schizophrenic Need for Speed never really revs up Need for Speed
, March 13, 2014
Think adapting War and Peace is hard? Try adapting the race-car video game Need for Speed. Tolstoy's 1,225-page behemoth has nothing on the... More>>
Veronica Mars is true fans' fiction Veronica Mars is true fans' fiction
, March 13, 2014
According to lore, Liberace used to greet the tourists who’d come by bus to gawk at his bejeweled home with the line, “I hope you... More>>
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>>
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