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Philip Seymour Hoffman plays A Most Wanted Man A Most Wanted Man
, July 24, 2014
Philip Seymour Hoffman is an island of rumpled calm in Anton Corbijn's urgent A Most Wanted Man, a glum-out-of-principle espionage story based on... More>>
Richard Linklater's Boyhood is a quiet stunner of a movie Boyhood
, July 24, 2014
The business of childhood is the business of waiting: waiting for Christmas, waiting for school to let out, waiting to be old enough to stay up... More>>
I Origins is a Serious Intellectual Film I Origins
, July 24, 2014
Suppose you're in high school, and your interest in movies has begun to run deeper than multiplex fare. You may find yourself gravitating to a... More>>
In Happy Christmas, Anna Kendrick is the best at being the worst In Happy Christmas, Anna Kendrick is the best at being the worst
, July 24, 2014
Uncomfortable-silence auteur Joe Swanberg has made a career of testing how much falseness you can strip out and still have a movie. What if... More>>
Hercules Surprisingly Has Both Brains and Brawn Hercules Surprisingly Has Both Brains and Brawn
, July 24, 2014
One could be forgiven for being skeptical that a Hercules movie starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and directed by Brett "Rush Hour Trilogy"... More>>
Scarlett Johansson Effortlessly Carries the Fun, Unscientific Lucy Scarlett Johansson Effortlessly Carries the Fun, Unscientific Lucy
, July 24, 2014
With his stately drawl, Morgan Freeman has narrated nonfiction documentaries about penguins, slavery, the lemurs of Madagascar, ancient Egyptian... More>>
Supermensch details the life of a legendary nice Jewish boy Supermensch
, July 17, 2014
Legend has it that after not cutting it as a probation officer, Shep Gordon dropped some acid and stumbled into Hollywood, whereupon Janis Joplin... More>>
In Coherence, reality slips away into the L.A. night Coherence
, July 17, 2014
In contemporary, genre-splashed Indiewood, the task is often simple but bedevilling: You have an HD camera and a modest house in the L.A. hills;... More>>
Zach Braff returns with the okay Wish I Was Here Wish I Was Here
, July 17, 2014
Wish I Was Here, the movie that actor and second-time director Zach Braff partially funded with money raised through Kickstarter, isn't nearly... More>>
Sex Tape Is the Funniest Movie About Marital Sex Since Eyes Wide Shut Sex Tape Is the Funniest Movie About Marital Sex Since Eyes Wide Shut
, July 17, 2014
A defiantly R-rated farce seemingly commissioned to plug the We’re the Millers-shaped hole in the summer lineup, Sex Tape is warmer and... More>>
Planes' tailspin is more fun to ponder than to watch Planes' tailspin is more fun to ponder than to watch
, July 17, 2014
It turns out that the cars and planes of Cars and Planes can kiss. Deep into Planes: Fire & Rescue, a time-killing kid-flick whose title is an... More>>
The Purge: Anarchy Is a Fun House-Mirror Look at America's Class War The Purge: Anarchy Is a Fun House-Mirror Look at America's Class War
, July 17, 2014
If the Saw series taught us anything, it's that every quasi-inventive genre movie is fated to become a yearly franchise with increasingly... More>>
Yves Saint Laurent chips away at the elusive designer's mystique Yves Saint Laurent
, July 10, 2014
If the clothes of Yves Saint Laurent were groundbreaking, the designer's mystique was as subtle as the curve of an invisibly molded sleeve. Those... More>>
Monkey business is good in the new Apes sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
, July 10, 2014
Who knows why, but the sight of apes sitting tall and proud on horseback is stirring in a primal way. That's one of the best images in Matt... More>>
A Coffee in Berlin is a compelling behavioral study A Coffee in Berlin
, July 10, 2014
Jan Ole Gerster's debut feature, A Coffee in Berlin (originally titled Oh Boy), arrives in the U.S. riding a wave of success, having swept... More>>
Richard Linklater on Boyhood: "The whole movie feels like a home movie" Richard Linklater on Boyhood: "The whole movie feels like a home movie"
, July 10, 2014
“It’s the secret films you have to watch out for,” jokes Richard Linklater of his new movie Boyhood, a furtive experiment that... More>>
The Purge: Anarchy Sets Up Frank Grillo to Finally Be the Leading Man The Purge: Anarchy Sets Up Frank Grillo to Finally Be the Leading Man
, July 10, 2014
Sirens blare and an eerie voice announces that it's best to remain indoors if you don't plan to participate. While others make safety... More>>
Anna Kendrick Had Her Heart Broken by a Hot Dog Anna Kendrick Had Her Heart Broken by a Hot Dog
, July 10, 2014
"I forget that people think that I'm the girl with a ponytail and a briefcase," says Anna Kendrick, perched on a couch in a T-shirt and jeans.... More>>
Begin Again never quite hits those high notes Begin Again
, July 03, 2014
Mark Ruffalo's great gift, besides those scruffy good looks and that prickish, hung-over charisma, is capturing the essence of the guy who's... More>>
It's the haves versus the have-nots in Snowpiercer Snowpiercer
, July 03, 2014
It's kind of happy-sad, like watching a kid you knew as a toddler graduate from high school: Chris Evans, seemingly destined to be a boy forever,... More>>
Earth to Echo is E.T. for the hyper-digital age Earth to Echo
, July 03, 2014
Earth to Echo is a slender kiddie flick about a quartet of preteens and their palm-sized alien pal that's at once bland, well-intentioned, and... More>>
Paul Haggis's Third Person is a baffling rough-draft epic Paul Haggis's Third Person is a baffling rough-draft epic
, July 03, 2014
If a toddler tried to re-create the mystifying behavior of adults, it would look a lot like Paul Haggis’s Third Person, a drama where... More>>
Deliver us from this anemic spook story Deliver us from this anemic spook story
, July 03, 2014
Horror, like porno, can be judged only by its effect on your pulse: If you jerked in your seat, it served its function. Biology requires us to... More>>
Fifty years on, A Hard Day's Night is still revelatory Fifty years on, A Hard Day's Night is still revelatory
, July 03, 2014
Let’s get the obvious over with: The early days of the Beatles, as reflected in Richard Lester’s ebullient shout of freedom A Hard... More>>
Tammy attempts to housebreak Melissa McCarthy Tammy attempts to housebreak Melissa McCarthy
, July 03, 2014
It’s a relief, after the wretched Identity Thief, to see movies whose makers love Melissa McCarthy as much as audiences do. Identity... More>>
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