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In the spirit of “Winter’s Bone,” this is a naturalistic David Gordon Green drama about lowlifes. I couldn’t see the point to all of the ugliness and brutality. My review is up.
A bit of wannabe awards-season fodder starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman. My review is up.
Definitely one aimed at the kiddies, not the grownups. My review is up. Hate mail from Brazilians is already coming in.
A listicle of 15 fun facts.
I have a column today on how Darren Aronofsky twisted the Old Testament into Greenpeace propaganda. (Bonus Oberlin joke for YankeeFan.)
Lefty documentarian Errol Morris tries to take down Donald Rumsfeld, who proves more or less impervious to attack in a movie-length interview. My review is up.
Steve Coogan’s smarmy talk-show-host character takes to the big screen. He’s better suited to the small one. My review is up.
A friend compares it to Martin Amis, but Martin Amis is funny and this movie about a London lowlife isn’t. My review is up.
A fun IMAX documentary. Warning: contains one of the meanest jokes I’ve ever written. My review is up.
It’s supposed to be wholesomely dull as a bowl of cabbage, but “Cesar Chavez” dodges the main point, which is that illegal immigration keeps farm workers’ wages down. My review is up.« Previous Entries