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Review: Circo
Film
Once upon a time, joining the circus represented trading in mundanity for a lifetime of itinerant adventure. As Aaron Schock’s documentary attests, the reality of modern big-top life isn’t quite so rosy…
Review: Your Highness
Film
Lazybones medieval knight Thadeous (McBride) would rather be getting high on primo herb than going out on Cyclops-killing quests like his bodacious brother, Fabious (Franco)…
Review: The Conspirator
Film
For all of his classic roles and causes, Robert Redford remains the crusader from All the President’s Men, skulking around Washington, D.C., in the middle of the night…
Review: Scream 4
Film
Hello yet again, Sidney. The beleaguered Ms. Prescott (Campbell) has returned to her hometown of Woodsboro—the final stop on her self-help book tour and original site of the massacre that claimed the lives of family and friends in Scream (1996)…
Review: Waltz with Bashir
Film
Accepting a Golden Globe for Waltz with Bashir, director Ari Folman said he hoped that his children would one day be able to view the movie not as a documentary but as “an ancient video game that has nothing to do with life whatsoever.” That’s not only a plea for peace; in a roundabout way, it’s als
Review: Hanna
Film
The opening images of Joe Wright’s impressively mounted thriller are so deliberately serene—gorgeous snow-white landscapes, swans napping on an icy lake—that you know something’s going to go down…
Review: Hanna
Film
The opening images of Joe Wright’s impressively mounted thriller are so deliberately serene—gorgeous snow-white landscapes, swans napping on an icy lake—that you know something’s going to go down…
Review: Arthur
Film
Even Dudley Moore realized—all too late—that a second Arthur was a bad idea. So why have Christopher Cross’s words not been heeded?…
Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
Film
Let’s get lost. That’s the best state of mind in which to enter Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s transporting feature—the winner of the Palme d’Or at Cannes 2010…
Cold Weather
Film
Portland, Oregon—if we’re to trust IFC’s gently mocking new comedy series Portlandia—is the city where “young people go to retire.” Cold Weather, an independently made drama (also being distributed by IFC), doesn’t exactly break from the slacker preconception…