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Salinger fails to do justice to the author's legacy Salinger
, September 12, 2013
If they made a movie, Holden wouldn't like it," Martin Sheen opines deep into the new documentary Salinger. He's speaking of the possibility of a... More>>
The unexpected turns in Il Futuro are heightened by sublime direction Il Futuro
, September 12, 2013
Alicia Scherson's enthralling Il Futuro asks the question no one wants to hear: How would you see the world after a personal tragedy? When her... More>>
The Wookiee Wins: Meet the Director of the Chewbacca Doc That Conquered Kickstarter The Wookiee Wins: Meet the Director of the Chewbacca Doc That Conquered Kickstarter
, September 12, 2013
Understandably, Peter Mayhew is not as well known as Harrison Ford or Mark Hamill. But W. Ryan Ziegler wants to change that. The first-time... More>>
Pleasure in the Rubble: Why the Summer's Last, Smallest Blockbuster Was Its Best Pleasure in the Rubble: Why the Summer's Last, Smallest Blockbuster Was Its Best
, September 12, 2013
We'll always have Iron Man, they must be telling each other in Hollywood. As summer wanes, the hulking corpses of would-be blockbusters litter... More>>
The big-hearted Prince Avalanche is a character study steeped in boy talk and warm silences Prince Avalanche
, September 05, 2013
Here's a humble wig-out, a curio that could endure beyond its creators' more demonstrably successful works — and that for decades will... More>>
Adore's self-serious presentation hinders its trashy appeal Adore
, September 05, 2013
There's something unsettling about Anne Fontaine's Adore, and, surprisingly, it has nothing to do with the two middle-aged women who fall in love... More>>
The emotional intricacy of Short Term 12 is nearly overwhelming Short Term 12
, September 05, 2013
Like The Wire or Romanian director Cristian Mungiu's oeuvre, Short Term 12 is the kind of film that sounds agonizingly depressing on paper but... More>>
Venice Update: Kelly Reichardt's Night Moves, James Franco's Child of God, and More Venice Update: Kelly Reichardt's Night Moves, James Franco's Child of God, and More
, September 05, 2013
In 1953, the Venice Film Festival jury didn't award its top prize, the Golden Lion. Instead, it made the highly unorthodox decision to award the... More>>
Venice Update: The Wordless Beauty and Brutality of Kim Ki-duk's Moebius and Scarlett Johansson in Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin Venice Update: The Wordless Beauty and Brutality of Kim Ki-duk's Moebius and Scarlett Johansson in Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin
, September 05, 2013
It's 8:20 and you're in the breakfast room at your hotel, having your customary bowl of muesli. By 9:20, you're watching a spurned wife cut off... More>>
Five Great Summer Movies You Might Have Missed (And Can Still Catch!) Five Great Summer Movies You Might Have Missed (And Can Still Catch!)
, September 05, 2013
As another summer movie season characterized by cynicism and excess draws to a close, there are few activities less valuable or interesting... More>>
Orange Is the New Black's Radical Critique of American Prisons Orange Is the New Black's Radical Critique of American Prisons
, September 05, 2013
All manner of spoilers below. Nearly anyone with a grievance against America's dysfunctional prison system can find a scene to illustrate their... More>>
Let's toast the charming, honest Drinking Buddies Drinking Buddies
, August 29, 2013
There is a moment of silent incompatibility in Joe Swanberg's Drinking Buddies that illuminates the entirety of a relationship in a single... More>>
Austenland nails the foibles of new love with uncommon spirit Austenland
, August 29, 2013
Since it's called Austenland, and since it's a romantic comedy, you probably expect it to open with "It's a truth universally acknowledged" and... More>>
Wong Kar-Wai's The Grandmaster spars with the legend of Ip Man The Grandmaster
, August 29, 2013
The Weinstein Company's 108-minute cut of The Grandmaster may not be the epic Wong Kar-Wai originally intended, but it's fleet and silvery in its... More>>
The gorgeous Ain't Them Bodies Saints will get under your skin Ain't Them Bodies Saints
, August 22, 2013
In David Lowery's sublime new film, Ain't Them Bodies Saints, Bob Muldoon (Casey Affleck), who's serving 25 to life for armed robbery and... More>>
British comedy The World's End has a bittersweet edge The World's End
, August 22, 2013
The laddish pleasures of The World's End, Edgar Wright's comedy about a group of middle-aged guys drinking beer and facing mortality, come with a... More>>
Actress Lake Bell takes on a Hollywood boys' club In a World...
, August 22, 2013
In the world of In a World..., the directing debut of preternaturally understated comic actress Lake Bell, voiceover work — specifically,... More>>
Brian De Palma on how and why he made Passion. De Palma and His Women
, August 22, 2013
Brian De Palma had a good reason for remaking the erotic French thriller Love Crime: He could do it better. "I think it's very dangerous to... More>>
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie: What Happened? Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie: What Happened?
, August 22, 2013
An average episode of the 1989-1999 cable show Mystery Science Theater 3000, in which a man and his robot buddies heckle bad movies, runs about... More>>
Free Angela Davis Director Shola Lynch: "Our history is being held hostage by corporations" Free Angela Davis Director Shola Lynch: "Our history is being held hostage by corporations"
, August 22, 2013
Director Shola Lynch has been mining the rich terrain of black American history for a while now, notably in the award-winning 2004 documentary... More>>
Lindsay Lohan is The Canyons' muse and its reason for being The Canyons
, August 15, 2013
A movie can be highly imperfect, stilted or implausible in all sorts of ways — and still be everything you go to the movies for. The... More>>
There's an ugly human truth at the core of Kick-Ass 2 Kick-Ass 2
, August 15, 2013
Despite the giddy, gory ridiculousness of Kick-Ass 2, this summer's most violent yet least punishing comic-book movie, there's a kernel of ugly... More>>
Blackfish takes viewers on a tense journey Blackfish
, August 15, 2013
Tilikum, the 12,000-pound bull orca whose big splashes still climax daily SeaWorld shows, has been implicated in three human deaths, spread over... More>>
Lake Bell's In a World... Asks: Why Aren't Women Hired for Movie Trailer Voiceovers? Lake Bell's In a World... Asks: Why Aren't Women Hired for Movie Trailer Voiceovers?
, August 15, 2013
Lake Bell can do incredible things with her tongue. She can touch her nose, twist it to both sides, and fold it backward as flat as an... More>>
The World's End Creators Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright Versus Starbucksification The World's End Creators Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright Versus Starbucksification
, August 15, 2013
Like so many screenplays, The World's End has its origins in a Starbucks. As director Edgar Wright tells it, the ideas for next week's sci-fi... More>>
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