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[The King of Kong] would play like dark comedy were there not such honest-to-God cruelty at its core.
Posted Aug 14, 2007
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Delirious (2007)
Tom DiCillo's Delirious is a mild Midnight Cowboy, a minor King of Comedy, and mainly a vehicle for Steve Buscemi as a lower Manhattan-based paparazzo.
Posted Aug 14, 2007
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Zebraman (2007)
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Sunflower (2007)
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With an excess of excitable style, samba music, and heady, montage-driven metaphor that threatens to bury his film's key ideas, young-gun director Kohn So far, he's succeeded.
Posted Aug 14, 2007
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With the dithery Marion playing off Jack's nattering nebbish of negativism, Delpy invokes the Woody Allen-Diane Keaton chemistry of the '70s as consciously as Allen referenced the European art movies of the '60s.
Posted Aug 7, 2007
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Stardust (2007)
This is less an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's 1999 novel than of its dust-jacket synopsis, which will come as disconcerting news to fans of the author's delicate jigsaw-puzzle fantasies.
Posted Aug 7, 2007
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The reflective sequences veer between stylishly effective and drearily overstated.
Posted Aug 7, 2007
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Descent (2007)
A well-acted trifle straining to be a hard-hitting morality play.
Posted Aug 7, 2007
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The Ten (2007)
The Ten's biggest letdown are the interstitial sequences featuring Paul Rudd, [who is] usually the best thing about some of the worst movies.
Posted Jul 31, 2007
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Summer '04 (2007)
The actors rise to the challenge of Nocke's tricky, high-flown script, and Krohmer meets them there.
Posted Jul 31, 2007
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El Cantante (2007)
A garish, dispiriting bit of work.
Posted Jul 31, 2007
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Devil ponders the optimism/pessimism = apathy/x equation as honestly and studiously as any doc I've ever seen.
Posted Jul 24, 2007
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Fond, stinging, and finally instructive, the film assembles a comprehensive look back at the actions, arrest, and prosecution of a group of political malcontents (most of them young Catholics and some of them priests) in the summer of 1971.
Posted Jul 24, 2007
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Guzmán Urzúa understands that to be Cuban is to be conflicted.
Posted Jul 24, 2007
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The thing's so charming and frothy and delightful and sentimental and beautifully shot and well-acted and sincere that it takes a good couple of hours before you start craving real nourishment.
Posted Jul 24, 2007
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Laura Smiles (2006)
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Phillips's trip begins as an attention-grabbing show of devotion but transforms into a many-sided experiment in empathy.
Posted Jul 20, 2007
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Live-In Maid (2007)
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Scrap Heaven (2005)
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Cashback (2007)
Wong Kar-wai on aisle 4 and Michel Gondry on aisle 6, with Kevin Smith as mop jockey at all points in between -- such is the lost-in-the-supermarket milieu of writer-director Sean Ellis's whimsical comedy.
Posted Jul 17, 2007
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Metropolis (1927)
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Summercamp! (2007)
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Sunshine (2007)
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Interview (2007)
The least concrete and most artificial of Buscemi's films. But that's as much because of the situation as Buscemi and David Schechter's slippery script.
Posted Jul 10, 2007
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Talk to Me (2007)
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Drama/Mex (2006)
Amores Perros is a yappy whelp compared to this striking degrees-of-separation drama.
Posted Jul 10, 2007
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Hula Girls (2007)
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The Falls (1980)
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Macbeth (2006)
The rush into gunfights and car chases pushes the text in all the wrong directions.
Posted Jul 5, 2007
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