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Title/Year
Author
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Beethoven turns out to be like every obnoxious self-absorbed creative type you've ever met
Posted Jun 13, 2007
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A gorgeous gravestone for the Beat Generation's legacy of beautiful-loser chic.
Posted Jun 6, 2007
5
A spectacle blatantly predicated on a smug gaggle of mega movie stars in boss threads ostentatiously having fun by pretending to steal the house's money, while actually taking yours.
Posted Jun 6, 2007
6
A casually bleak and neatly structured ensemble comedy -- at once deadpan and bemused.
Posted Jun 6, 2007
7
Falls too often into didactic post-game analysis for its delicate mysteries to retain their luster.
Posted Jun 6, 2007
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Chalk (2007)
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Miriam (2006)
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Gracie (2007)
Firing on all formulaic cylinders, Gracie is heavy with tidy meaning and mealy morality.
Posted May 29, 2007
17
Mr. Brooks (2007)
Bloody disappointing.
Posted May 29, 2007
18
Radiant City (2007)
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Crazy Love (2007)
That there's enough 'plot' in this bona fide melodrama to fill a dozen docs is conducive to the movie's near-total evasion of outside perspective.
Posted May 29, 2007
20
Mala Noche (2007)
21
Day Watch (2007)
22
Knocked Up (2007)
It's a sincere meditation on adulthood, accountability, and fidelity -- and, yeah, getting high.
Posted May 29, 2007
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Amu (2006)
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Barry Lyndon (1975)
Stanley Kubrick's magisterial Thackeray adaptation now stands as one of his greatest and most savagely ironic films, not to mention one of the few period pieces on celluloid so transporting that it seems to predate the invention of cameras.
Posted May 23, 2007
25
Golden Door (2007)
Emanuele Crialese's poetic tale of emigration at the turn of the 20th century follows an illiterate Sicilian farmer (Vincenzo Amato) and his family who, after seeing doctored photographs of money growing on trees, set their sights on America.
Posted May 23, 2007
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Magic Mirror (2005)
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Like all good political documentaries, 9 Star Hotel is more anthropology than agitprop, a portrait of life among the young, poorly educated men who are caught between Israeli exploitation and Palestinian Authority corruption.
Posted May 23, 2007
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Steel City (2007)
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Angel-A (2005)
There's little beyond the surface-deep pleasures of this talky distaff riff on Wings of Desire.
Posted May 22, 2007
33
Bug (2006)
Bug is genuinely freaky-deaky, not to mention more inventively unsettling than anything [director] Friedkin has mustered in the quarter-century since twisting little Linda Blair into a satanic spewer of pea soup and F-bombs.
Posted May 22, 2007
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Six Days (2007)
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37
Blinded by avarice and all out of ideas, once again, Hollywood can't tell when enough is way more than enough.
Posted May 15, 2007
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Once (2007)
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Even Money (2006)
The problem with ensemble films, and this one in particular, is that they often flit instead of float between story arcs.
Posted May 15, 2007
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Severance (2006)
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Low-key to comatose, Wendell Baker might have been improved were it shot in 16mm black and white.
Posted May 15, 2007
45
Fay Grim (2007)
With all manner of backstories and flashbacks jamming the road, the Posey-mobile starts to swerve and sputter and finally blows a tire.
Posted May 15, 2007
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Georgia Rule (2007)
Three noisy women and a worn-out premise rattle around in Georgia Rule, an incoherent dramedy of rampant parental insufficiency from director Garry Marshall.
Posted May 10, 2007
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[A] superbly tacit chamber piece.
Posted May 9, 2007
50
If.... (1968)