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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>>
Bros' Progress Bros' Progress
After eight seasons, Entourage hits theaters, doing what it does
, June 04, 2015
The first line in Entourage is a good indication of what the next 104 minutes will bring. Peering through a pair of binoculars while a speedboat... More>>
Love & Mercy Lets Us Hear Brian Wilson Turn Pain Into Sound Love & Mercy Lets Us Hear Brian Wilson Turn Pain Into Sound
, June 04, 2015
What does the world sound like when you're Brian Wilson? When you've made a record that sounds like cirrus clouds look—as Wilson did with... More>>
An Open Secret Exposes Hollywood Pedophilia, But Not Quite a Conspiracy An Open Secret Exposes Hollywood Pedophilia, But Not Quite a Conspiracy
, June 04, 2015
In its last moments, Amy Berg's exposé of sexual predators among Hollywood's management classes, An Open Secret, offers a curious... More>>
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence Is a Light in the Dark A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence Is a Light in the Dark
, June 04, 2015
World cinema may have no better builder of delightful scenes than Roy Andersson, the deadpan Swedish existentialist. Each shot in an Andersson... More>>
Dribbling Nonsense Dribbling Nonsense
FIFA plays to distract in the risible United Passions
, June 04, 2015
Frédéric Auburtin's absurdly hagiographic drama United Passions purports to tell the history of FIFA—the world's governing... More>>
The Fault and Our Stars The Fault and Our Stars
San Andreas cracks California, but asks us only to care for the Rock
, May 28, 2015
The San Andreas fault stretches 810 miles up the Pacific coast, roughly the length of a 413 Dwayne "The Rock" Johnsons lying end to end. When it... More>>
Eye of the Needle Eye of the Needle
In Heaven Knows What, Arielle Holmes burns through the screen—and her own life
, May 28, 2015
New York has often been the setting for films about heroin addicts, with titles ranging from Shirley Clarke's... More>>
Aloha's Terrible, But Its Biggest Problem Is Shared by Almost All Cameron Crowe Films Aloha's Terrible, But Its Biggest Problem Is Shared by Almost All Cameron Crowe Films
, May 28, 2015
Good or bad, Cameron Crowe movies build to improbable declarations of sincerity, to the great acts or speeches a man must loose from himself into... More>>
Gemma Bovery Is a Romance Whose Lead Aches for a Tragedy Gemma Bovery Is a Romance Whose Lead Aches for a Tragedy
, May 28, 2015
A romance about wanting to see a romance, a comic tragedy about an onlooker willing something tragic, Anne Fontaine's Flaubert-inspired... More>>
The Worst of the Left The Worst of the Left
Agitprop doc The True Cost fumbles its attack on the clothing industry
, May 28, 2015
Here's the ingredients of most of today's lefty issues docs: doom, doom, Koch brothers, Monsanto, doom, doom, CNN clips, doom, doom, upbeat... More>>
Trapped In the Backlot Trapped In the Backlot
See Fuller's Pickup On South Street, and relish the city closing in
, May 28, 2015
Pickup On South Street is the most claustrophobic American film before Psycho. Hitchcock's lament for the aridity of the modern age focused on... More>>
Tomorrowland Is the Blockbuster That Cared Tomorrowland Is the Blockbuster That Cared
, May 21, 2015
In a junk-food summer, Brad Bird's Tomorrowland is a defiant carrot stick, a blockbuster adventure flick in which the message is "Think smart."... More>>
How Amy Schumer Became This Generation's Latest Truth-Teller How Amy Schumer Became This Generation's Latest Truth-Teller
, May 21, 2015
During "Compliments," a first-season sketch on Inside Amy Schumer, a group of female friends respond to every bit of praise with a verbal... More>>
When Marnie Was There Is a Joyous, Glum Outsider Drama When Marnie Was There Is a Joyous, Glum Outsider Drama
, May 21, 2015
"I hate myself." That's an unusual statement coming from the hero of an animated film, let alone in the first two minutes. But 12-year-old... More>>
Poltergeist, 2015: This House Is Meh Poltergeist, 2015: This House Is Meh
, May 21, 2015
Poltergeist 2015 is to Poltergeist '82 what today's shipped-frozen-to-the-store Pizza Hut dough is to the kneaded-on-site pies the chain's stoned... More>>
Dark Star Plunges Into H.R. Giger's Hellscapes Dark Star Plunges Into H.R. Giger's Hellscapes
, May 21, 2015
"This is the oldest skull I have," the Swiss artist H.R. Giger says, showing off this prized possession the breezy way you might a set of... More>>
In Love at First Fight, Adèle Haenel Burns Again Through Our Screens In Love at First Fight, Adèle Haenel Burns Again Through Our Screens
, May 21, 2015
Antagonism, aggression and the apocalypse prove to be the most potent stimulants in Thomas Cailley's winning first feature, Love at First Fight.... More>>
A Cause Without Rebels A Cause Without Rebels
Sprightly Güeros follows the kids too bored to change the world
, May 21, 2015
There's no reverie Alonso Ruizpalacios' Güeros can't shatter, no presumed truth it can't complicate, no expectation of closure it won't... More>>
Mad Max: Fury Road Is Hell On Wheels Mad Max: Fury Road Is Hell On Wheels
George Miller gives us two hours of peerless, exhausting gearhead mayhem
, May 14, 2015
This doesn't feel like a film that exists. How is George Miller's bonkers, exhausting, no-future smash-'em-up Mad Max: Fury Road not one of those... More>>
Pitch Perfect 2 Strains to Hit the Same Notes Pitch Perfect 2 Strains to Hit the Same Notes
, May 14, 2015
Some people complain about sequels to beloved movies, while others welcome the possibility that a part deux might be even better than the first.... More>>
Bessie Explores the Loneliness of Being the Most Powerful Black Woman of an Era Bessie Explores the Loneliness of Being the Most Powerful Black Woman of an Era
, May 14, 2015
Blues legend Bessie Smith was arguably America's most powerful black woman during her heyday in the 1920s and '30s. Her reign wasn't just based... More>>
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