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Title/Year
Author
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It's an affectionate tribute to the beauty of Parisian youth with a keen eye for the friction caused when whimsical idealism meets the messy demands of interpersonal reality.
Posted Mar 5, 2013
2
A Man Escaped masterfully constructs the spaces -- physical and mental -- inhabited by Lt. Fontaine (played in a low-key register by an untrained actor, François Leterrier).
Posted Mar 5, 2013
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Himizu (2013)
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Kill List (2012)
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10
A disappointing use of Cotillard's estimable talent buoyed by striking visuals and inspired use of a Katy Perry song.
Posted Jan 2, 2013
11
Perhaps there's only so much to be done with a costume drama about illicit affairs and would-be coups.
Posted Jan 2, 2013
12
Gives its subject too light a treatment for the life-affirming message to feel earned.
Posted Jan 2, 2013
13
Amour (2012)
On paper it's a welcome change of pace for Haneke, but his tendency to treat the couple as patients rather than characters -- at a cold remove rather than with a warm embrace -- feels at odds with the material.
Posted Jan 2, 2013
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Kon Tiki (2013)
16
Cloud Atlas (2012)
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The Master (2012)
21
Toy Story 2 (1999)
No parent who's been roped into leading the troops to a matinee need fear being bored: gags are, Simpsons-like, conceived to tickle several generations at once.
Posted Aug 6, 2012
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Bro' (2012)
27
It lives up to its name.
Posted Jun 29, 2012
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35
Lawless (2012)
36
Amour (2012)
37
38
39
We Were Here (2011)
40
Hipsters (2011)
41
@urFRENZ (2011)
42
Bellflower (2011)
Bellflower is a mess, but one that's unquestionably the product of incredible ambition and potential.
Posted Aug 2, 2011
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Passion Play (2011)
46
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Fly Away (2011)
49
Exodus Fall (2011)
50
I Am (2011)