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A director's restraint mitigates casting problems in The Music Never Stopped

6 years ago by Eric Hynes
Based on a typically heart-wrenching case study by Oliver Sacks, the admirably modest adaptation The Music Never Stopped tells the story of Gabriel Sawyer (Lou Taylor Pucci), a homeless hippie whose burnout isn't the product of drug abuse, but a ballooning benign tumor that's erased his memory. Institutionalized in the...
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The Opposite of Suck

11 years ago by Melissa Levine
About once a year -- twice, if we're lucky -- a first-time director shows up with something original, electrifying and humane, a film that shows us a new way to see, that presents complex and memorable people in whom we recognize ourselves. Last year it was Joshua Marston and Maria...
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Miller Time

14 years ago by Bill Gallo
Each of the beautifully made vignettes that make up Rebecca Miller's Personal Velocity glimpses a young woman caught at a crossroads, faced with an important decision and about to experience one of those rare dilations of vision that can change an entire life. Now, this is a common ploy in...
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Little Misses

Amid Hollywood's zillion-dollar explosions and computer-enhanced trickery, plenty of quieter, better films sneaked into theaters virtually unnoticed this year. Following are our reviewers' favorite overlooked movies of 2005. Some of them never made it to local screens, but many have since made it to the video store. Balzac and the...
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Summer Movie Preview

8 years ago by Chuck Wilson
Explosions, pratfalls and robots, heroes, aliens and blondes: It must be summertime at the movies. Beyond the flash, though, it's striking to note just how many movies will require us to actually think this summer. (Aren't we supposed to save thinking for the fall?) Maybe it's the election, but there...
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The Music Never Stops

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Drama
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Spring

NR
Horror, Romance
The suspense and pleasure of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's talking-and-tentacles horror romance Spring lies in discovering what shape the film is going to take. The story of a handsome American ne'er-do-much (Lou Taylor Pucci) who jaunts off to Bologna after losing his job as a bar cook, Spring blossoms slowly: Boy meets girl, girl...
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Evil Dead

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Horror, Suspense/Thriller
In this wittily gory remake of the revered 1981 debut of Oz the Great and Powerful filmmaker Sam Raimi, five college-age friends go to the ol' cabin in the woods where the nerd of the group (Lou Taylor Pucci) commits a common camping mistake: reading aloud from a book of the dead. Cue an invisible demon that uses tree limbs to rape and thereby...
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The Story of Luke

NR
Comedy, Drama
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The Go-Getter

R
Comedy, Drama, Romance

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