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Lit-Class Sex Thriller In Secret Shouldn't Be Kept to Yourself Lit-Class Sex Thriller In Secret Shouldn't Be Kept to Yourself
, February 20, 2014
Almost a pop history of Western culture's relationship to female orgasm, Charlie Stratton's In Secret is a spirited zip through Zola's... More>>
A Master's Farewell: Hayao Miyazaki Bows With the Gorgeous The Wind Rises A Master's Farewell: Hayao Miyazaki Bows With the Gorgeous The Wind Rises
, February 20, 2014
In 1998, Douglas Adams published a sweet, funny essay called "Riding the Rays," about an excursion to Hayman Island to try a kind of underwater... More>>
3 Days to Kill Is Nonsense, But Cos' Remains the Boss 3 Days to Kill Is Nonsense, But Cos' Remains the Boss
, February 20, 2014
In 1990, the same year that Kevin Costner released the massive global hit Dances With Wolves, a curious thing happened in France. The name Kevin... More>>
An Irresistible Playdate With the Indomitable Elaine Stritch An Irresistible Playdate With the Indomitable Elaine Stritch
, February 20, 2014
"I've got a certain amount of fame, I've got money—I wish I could fuckin' drive," 86-year-old Elaine Stritch carps just a breath into... More>>
Vesuvius Blows, But Pompeii Doesn't Vesuvius Blows, But Pompeii Doesn't
, February 20, 2014
Here's the last thing I ever would have expected out of Pompeii, that sword-thrust of 3D gladiator-vs.-volcano madness coming right at your... More>>
Darkman: Celebrating Sam Raimi's Descent Into Utter Madness Darkman: Celebrating Sam Raimi's Descent Into Utter Madness
, February 20, 2014
No matter what else he does, director Sam Raimi has two unassailable fan favorites under his belt: 1987's Evil Dead 2, and the 1992... More>>
Black Hawk Mom: Gheorghiu Amazes In New Romanian Classic, Child's Pose Black Hawk Mom: Gheorghiu Amazes In New Romanian Classic, Child's Pose
, February 20, 2014
Ah, the Romanians—sometimes it seems as though no one else is bothering to make movies for grown-ups anymore. Those of us with an abiding... More>>
Leave Those Kids Alone Leave Those Kids Alone
Infuriating doc exposes the judge who stole children
, February 20, 2014
Think back to the worst thing you did in high school. Shoplifting? Busted with a joint? Trespassing, all lit up on Boone's Farm? Now, imagine you... More>>
Wrong Move, Remake: The Lasting Relevance of Paul Verhoeven's Original RoboCop Wrong Move, Remake: The Lasting Relevance of Paul Verhoeven's Original RoboCop
, February 20, 2014
It doesn’t feature iPhones, Twitter or an Internet, and yet Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop remains perhaps the most prescient sci-fi effort... More>>
About Last Night: Hilarious Sex-Talk Romance Trumps One of Its Predecessors About Last Night: Hilarious Sex-Talk Romance Trumps One of Its Predecessors
, February 13, 2014
Just as animated characters who look too human creep us out, could there be a phenomenon we might call the RomCom Uncanny Valley, a case when... More>>
The 1987 RoboCop's ED-209: The Movies' Greatest Badass Robot? The 1987 RoboCop's ED-209: The Movies' Greatest Badass Robot?
, February 13, 2014
Director José Padilha's long-delayed RoboCop reboot has arrived, and it’s neither an unalloyed (see what I did there?) triumph nor... More>>
Endless Love Earns Its Title the Bad Way Endless Love Earns Its Title the Bad Way
, February 13, 2014
The endless love in question unfolds in that universe where shy, bookish teenage girls are always catalog-model beautiful, not a pimple in sight... More>>
In Berlin, In Order of Disappearance Feels Like a Tarantino Picture In Berlin, In Order of Disappearance Feels Like a Tarantino Picture
, February 13, 2014
Though it’s difficult to pinpoint the typical Berlin Film Festival film, I’ve attended the festival enough times to attest that most... More>>
Small-Town America Is an Adult World Small-Town America Is an Adult World
, February 13, 2014
Every once in a while, a terrific, small-budget indie comes along, and nobody even blinks. Adult World, directed by Scott Coffey (known mostly as... More>>
Stations of the Cross Leading at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival Stations of the Cross Leading at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival
, February 13, 2014
Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, both of which publish special daily issues at the major international festivals, may be the most famous movie... More>>
The Not-So-Monumental The Monuments Men The Not-So-Monumental The Monuments Men
, February 06, 2014
Art may not be more important than human lives. But on the list of things that mean something to human lives, across centuries, it ranks pretty... More>>
Vampire Academy Gets Teen Girls Right (Unlike Twilight) Vampire Academy Gets Teen Girls Right (Unlike Twilight)
, February 06, 2014
"Goodbye, Facebook; goodbye, iPhone—Hello, Saint Vladimir's," groans drop-out Rose Hathaway (Zoey Deutch) when she and her best friend,... More>>
The Gentler, New RoboCop: Limited Only By Focus Groups The Gentler, New RoboCop: Limited Only By Focus Groups
, February 06, 2014
Congratulations, Detroit. In 1987, Paul Verhoeven's RoboCop cemented it as the most violent city in the world, an honor the Motor City resented... More>>
Brickbuster: The Lego Movie Really Snaps Together Brickbuster: The Lego Movie Really Snaps Together
, February 06, 2014
Consider the Lego, the toy of contradiction. With one—well, with hundreds of them—you can build anything: houses, airplanes,... More>>
Winter's Tale Is Pretty, But Not Much Else Winter's Tale Is Pretty, But Not Much Else
, February 06, 2014
It's a little sad that Colin Farrell has outgrown roles that require him to wear raggedy sweaters and say things like "For fook's sake!" It had... More>>
The New Black Exposes the Lie About African-American Homophobia The New Black Exposes the Lie About African-American Homophobia
, February 06, 2014
There's a gorgeous moment in Yoruba Richen's documentary The New Black in which two young black lesbian activists canvass an inner-city black... More>>
The Triumph of Frozen, the First Disney Princess Movie About Girls Rather Than for Them The Triumph of Frozen, the First Disney Princess Movie About Girls Rather Than for Them
The first Disney princess film to completely root itself in anything like the true feminine experience
, February 06, 2014
How retrograde are many of the core tenets of the Disney princess? Consider this: My daughter owns a book called Snow White’s Secret, in... More>>
Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel: A Marzipan Monstrosity Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel: A Marzipan Monstrosity
Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival
, February 06, 2014
Greetings from the 64th annual Berlin Film Festival, where it’s a surprisingly balmy 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit). The... More>>
Outstanding Freak-Out In A Field In England Outstanding Freak-Out In A Field In England
, February 06, 2014
A grim and hilarious hallucination in monochrome, Ben Wheatley's small-budget historical freak-out A Field In England ticks madly between... More>>
With the Vital Vic + Flo Saw a Bear, You See It Coming With the Vital Vic + Flo Saw a Bear, You See It Coming
, February 06, 2014
The tendency of violence to beget more violence has been the concern of artists since long before Aeschylus wrote about Orestes, who killed his... More>>
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