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Terminator Is a Flat Circle Terminator Is a Flat Circle
Arnold's back, but Genisys is a past-future muddle
, July 02, 2015
Five films into the franchise, Terminator: Genisys feels like a VHS cassette that has been rewound and recorded over for 21 years. Director Alan... More>>
Stray Dog Rolls Into Biker America's Blended Future Stray Dog Rolls Into Biker America's Blended Future
, July 02, 2015
St. Louis has long called itself the "Gateway to the West," but that town and its surrounding Ozarks might more accurately be the Mustache of the... More>>
Diverting Canine Weepie Max Offers No Surprises Diverting Canine Weepie Max Offers No Surprises
, July 02, 2015
Even within the strictest formulas of today's superhero-driven Hollywood, the experienced craftsman with a genuine enthusiasm for the form can... More>>
We Could Only Hold Her for So Long We Could Only Hold Her for So Long
Stellar doc Amy summons up all that Amy Winehouse was
, July 02, 2015
The death of Amy Winehouse, in July 2011, at age 27, was one of the first great tragedies of 21st-century pop music, an event—as with the... More>>
Jimmy Jazz Jimmy Jazz
Ken Loach's latest, possibly last, brings America to Ireland
, July 02, 2015
"Ireland is the old sow that eats her farrow," declared Stephen Dedalus in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. In the case of Jimmy... More>>
A Poem Is a Great Portrait of '70s Weirdness A Poem Is a Great Portrait of '70s Weirdness
, July 02, 2015
Whiskery and restless, grooving and grotesque, the documentarian Les Blank's long-suppressed film A Poem Is a Naked Person plays like your... More>>
Let's Hear It for the Indefensible Let's Hear It for the Indefensible
Laugh and laugh with Seth MacFarlane's Ted 2
, June 25, 2015
Some movies are indefensible, and Ted 2 is one of them. Not only is this a movie about a libidinous, foul-mouthed stuffed bear, but it's also the... More>>
Advantageous Asks How Much Society Can Demand of Women Advantageous Asks How Much Society Can Demand of Women
, June 25, 2015
Forget the sleek skyscrapers, flying cars, or holo-phone tech. What you really need to know about the near future of Jennifer Phang's daring and... More>>
Where He Got Those Wonderful Toys Where He Got Those Wonderful Toys
Batkid Begins reveals the epic origin behind a Make-A-Wish triumph
, June 25, 2015
Dana Nachman's Batkid Begins marches in with the mini-movie you've already seen. (Unless, as Bruce Wayne suffered in The Dark Knight Rises,... More>>
Netflix's Nina Simone Documentary Is the Film We Need Now Netflix's Nina Simone Documentary Is the Film We Need Now
, June 25, 2015
One of the nastiest tricks the bastards ever played was to convince so many artists that it's best never to be strident. In the name of... More>>
Yes, Another Teen Movie Yes, Another Teen Movie
Inglewood drug-selling comedy Dope is more American than Ferris Bueller
, June 18, 2015
Part of what makes writer/director Rick Famuyiwa's Dope so fresh and joyous is that, in many key ways, it's not new at all. Here's a dramatic... More>>
All In Your Head All In Your Head
Pixar's Inside Out is brainy—but will make you bawl
, June 18, 2015
The first time we cry, as a newborn, might be the purest emotion we ever feel. We sob—a raw mess of tears and terror—and a big human... More>>
Garage Hero Garage Hero
Groove with Eden and a life lived for Paradise's beats
, June 18, 2015
Mia Hansen-Løve's lucid and shimmering movie memoir Eden traces the sloping rise and even more meandering fall of a French techno DJ... More>>
Dig a Grave for Joe Dante's Burying the Ex Dig a Grave for Joe Dante's Burying the Ex
, June 18, 2015
Of course a 2015 Joe Dante horror/comedy would be some kind of throwback. The Gremlins director has spent a career idealizing the... More>>
Jurassic World Capably Stomps, Roars and Awes Jurassic World Capably Stomps, Roars and Awes
, June 11, 2015
In Jurassic World, Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic Park reboot—set 22 years after dinosaurs started walking the Earth,... More>>
Summer Film Guide 2015 Summer Film Guide 2015
We have you covered in a summer that never ends
, June 11, 2015
In the decadent 21st century, the summer movie season now sprawls from March through December. (Though every prior Star Wars picture has come out... More>>
The Wolfpack Shows What It's Like to Be Raised By 1990s DVDs The Wolfpack Shows What It's Like to Be Raised By 1990s DVDs
, June 11, 2015
Crystal Moselle's documentary The Wolfpack is a Manhattan fable about fear. Two decades ago, a Hare Krishna, conspiracy theorist and... More>>
Cusack Breaks Free Cusack Breaks Free
'Artists get put in a box,' says Love & Mercy star John Cusack
, June 11, 2015
When John Cusack was launching his career in the '80s, Brian Wilson had gone from rock star to living lore—a brilliant Bigfoot. "People... More>>
Ten Characters to Watch In Orange Is the New Black Season 3 Ten Characters to Watch In Orange Is the New Black Season 3
, June 11, 2015
Prison life is reliably repetitive, but conditions can be frighteningly unstable, too. Netflix's Orange Is the New Black, which returns June 12... More>>
Saturday Night Forever Saturday Night Forever
Live From New York! isn't great, but it reveals all that's good or bad about SNL
, June 11, 2015
One of the funniest things in Live From New York!, the latest repackaging of Saturday Night Live history, is said by Amy Poehler, in a recent... More>>
Judd Apatow's Second Act Judd Apatow's Second Act
How does the king of comedy reinvent himself when he's out of life stories?
, June 11, 2015
Two and a half years ago, Judd Apatow released This Is 40, the most personal film of his career. He was anxious. He usually is. His default... More>>
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl Might Win You Over As It Makes You Cry Me and Earl and the Dying Girl Might Win You Over As It Makes You Cry
, June 11, 2015
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl may not be the best teen cancer weepie ever made, if there even is a best teen cancer weepie. But it's surely the... More>>
5 Flights Up Star Diane Keaton Still Has It All 5 Flights Up Star Diane Keaton Still Has It All
, June 11, 2015
Diane Keaton thinks her new film is delightfully ironic. Richard Loncraine's 5 Flights Up is the latest in that burgeoning genre, Retiree... More>>
Never Say 'Not Her' Again Never Say 'Not Her' Again
In Spy, Melissa McCarthy triumphs for the Susans everywhere
, June 04, 2015
The Melissa McCarthy of Spy is different from the one who rose to prominence by shitting in a sink. Bridesmaids scored her an Oscar nomination,... More>>
Five Reasons iZombie Is Summer's Most Underrated Show Five Reasons iZombie Is Summer's Most Underrated Show
, June 04, 2015
iZombie is about as sunny and optimistic as the zombie genre gets, which of course isn't all that much. Even by supernatural standards, it's a... More>>
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