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Village Voice

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It's a serotonin-depleted ordeal, and yet seemingly a sketchbook of vibes and ideas to come, with some of the most magnificent black-and-white images shot anywhere in the world.
Posted Oct 5, 2007
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An unrelenting, smell-the-sour-breath portrait of a blue-collar marriage dissolving under pressure from Communist-era poverty, masculine inadequacy, and restless depression.
Posted Oct 5, 2007
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Broken (2007)
One begins to pity Graham for having walked into such a transparent booby trap.
Posted Oct 2, 2007
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Director Jake Paltrow's feature debut has all the hallmarks of an earnest young man's feature debut, and while that is not necessarily a bad thing, I can only imagine that it fit Sundance like a fingerless glove when it had its premiere there.
Posted Oct 2, 2007
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More human interest than agitprop.
Posted Oct 2, 2007
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Lake of Fire (2007)
A provocatively beautiful movie on the hottest hot-button issue in American life: a woman's right to an abortion.
Posted Oct 2, 2007
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It will no doubt be said time and again of Michael Clayton: best John Grisham adaptation ever.
Posted Oct 2, 2007
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Hard as it is to believe that anyone thinks the comic possibilities of polyester arrow collars haven't been thoroughly strip-mined, those are the primary source of ostensible laffs here.
Posted Oct 2, 2007
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Desert Bayou (2007)
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Outsourced (2007)
Outsourced has a gentle touch with the obvious fish-out-of-water touchstones.
Posted Sep 28, 2007
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A remarkable confluence of talents are at work here.
Posted Sep 27, 2007
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Banished (2007)
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The music, rhythms, and vibrant colors of the city are beautifully woven into cinematographer Jacob Sarmento Solitrenick's unobtrusive handheld camera work.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
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The Landlord (1970)
The Landlord remains one of the funniest social comedies of the period, as well as the most human.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
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...it's amazing how something so cold is expected to generate so much heat.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
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The Kingdom (2007)
...the movie's main satisfaction is the utopian spectacle of wounded Americans heading home, mission accomplished.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
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Ringu (Ring) (1998)
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Is it the finest, smartest, most visually savvy horror film ever made by a big studio?
Posted Sep 24, 2007
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A pinnacle of the Hollywood fantastic.
Posted Sep 19, 2007
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Forever (2007)
Achieves something more resonant than a Solemn Affirmation of the Immortal Spirit of Art.
Posted Sep 18, 2007
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Silk (2007)
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A psychological chamber drama in which the wide-open spaces are geographic as well as mental.
Posted Sep 18, 2007
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It's not just in the hot tub that Scorsese wishes to separate himself from this guy.
Posted Sep 13, 2007
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Hard to tell what's more annoying in this empty character study of eccentrics and the suckers who love them: the braying, blurting soundtrack or Douglas himself, who can't find his way into a man tortured by dull demons.
Posted Sep 13, 2007
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Mr. Woodcock (2007)
Woodcock's a strictly flaccid family affair.
Posted Sep 12, 2007
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Toots (2008)
The film is most enamored, naturally, with the era of its subject's greatest influence, the '50s...
Posted Sep 11, 2007
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The doc is an excellent survey of the techniques employed by the Third Reich to not just demoralize but de-historicize the countries they invaded.
Posted Sep 11, 2007
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Darkon (2006)
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Ira and Abby (2006)
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Helvetica (2007)
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I've said it before and hope to again: David Cronenberg is the most provocative, original, and consistently excellent North American director of his generation.
Posted Sep 11, 2007
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Musician (2007)
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Like many of the best movies about war and its lingering echo, The Hunting Party is full of dark humor.
Posted Sep 4, 2007
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Cruising (1980)