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The Unspeakable Act | Movie review
“One of the funny things about being in love with your brother is that you can say almost anything you want about him,” proclaims Jackie (Tallie Medel), the protagonist of Dan Sallitt’s drama about a young woman smitten with her sibling
Leviathan | Movie review
The first and only piece of advice needed on one’s way to the fishing pond is this: Bring your patience
Stories We Tell | Movie review
She used to be one of the more alluringly damaged actors in movies (e.g., The Sweet Hereafter; a strong remake of Dawn of the Dead), but Sarah Polley has evolved into a director who can’t settle for mere feel-badness. That’s something to applaud in itself
The Iceman | Movie review
He’s tall and imposing, if a bit aloof and hard to read
Sightseers | Movie review
Why are British filmmakers so good at killing off actors while making audiences laugh?
Pieta | Movie review
The world – well, a tiny fraction of it – last saw South Korean filmmaker Kim Ki-duk (The Isle) in Arirang – a semi-autobiographical doc in which he appeared to be having a breakdown
Star Trek Into Darkness | Movie review
It’s not the first time Hollywood has churned out a vacuum of a blockbuster, but there’s something especially disconcerting about Into Darkness’ hollowness.
Movie moms: the 50 most classic movie mothers of all time
We rank the sweetest, saltiest and most downright toxic moms to ever grace the big screen.
Something in the Air | Movie review
Because this movie follows a group of French teens who, a few years after Paris’s violent 1968, carry on the glamorous fight, you expect the title to foretell something dreamy: how naive we once were, etc
Love Is All You Need | Movie review
Danish hairdresser Ida (Trine Dyrholm) has just completed her first round of breast cancer treatment