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The Aiden Quinn/Beau Bridges team-up you've hungered for has arrived.
THE INTERNSHIP does a horrible job of selling itself as a funny (or real) movie.
Louis Leterrier's latest will make your patience disappear.
Devin reviews the latest in a franchise that's, more than anything, about family.
The latest film in Linklater's BEFORE trilogy is the new Drafthouse Recommends title.
Olivier Assayas' latest is also his best.
Hulk non-reviews Marvel's latest.
Jordan just isn't sure what.
Jordan reviews this unusual documentary about a Jewish family who owns a run-of-the-mill strip club.
This movie is not as smart as it thinks it is. Not by a long shot.
An unlikely friendship in small town Texas makes the soul of this quietly poignant film.
Rutger Hauer is a blind Hercules in Alicia Scherson's adaption of the Roberto Bolaño novel.
What does the worst of bad look like?
It is exactly what it wants to be. But is it enough?
Bikini Kill's Kathleen Hanna moves to the front in an impassioned documentary about the punk feminist.
Stuart Gordon's twisted fairy tale holds up in Fango's new Videocrypt series.
Brie Larson works at a foster care home for at-risk youth in this subtle and resonant film from Destin Cretton.
This is not the transgendered prison film you're looking for.
Somehow the star of BEVERLY HILLS COP has become the star of BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA.
Hulk reviews the documentary made up of Super 8 films shot by Nixon's closest advisors.
Joss Whedon spent twelve days filming his friends in his backyard and made a miracle.
Jordan absolutely loves this latest entry in New Romanian Cinema.
This South Korean horror film from Park Jung-Woo has a lot going for it.
Guys, you're never too old to like watching dumb dudes drink shots.
How much Karpovsky is too much Karpovsky?
Jordan reviews the latest film from Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami.
The script's a clunker, but Soderbergh works magic with it.
Neil Barsky's documentary KOCH examines the legacy of New York's controversial former mayor, Ed Koch.
It's 1929. A vicious mob war is tearing the city apart. One man is caught in the middle. And no one has hit puberty yet.
A current, cinematic documentary about the conflict in Egypt.
Jordan reviews the uneasy film about the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks.
Jacob Kornbluth wisely steps aside and lets former Labor Secretary Robert Reich do the talking in this sharp documentary about widening income inequality in the United States.
Ben Wheatley's follow-up to KILL LIST is darkly inspired and completely hilarious.
40 minutes were cut from William Friedkin's CRUISING to placate censors. James Franco and pals work together to recreate those 40 minutes. Except not really.
Pornographer Paul Raymond gets the TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY treatment in Michael Winterbottom's biopic.
A stoner comedy that's heavy on the stoners, light on the comedy.
Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan and Ben Foster play The Beats and play them great in John Krokidas' feature debut.
Qi Zhao follows three families reeling from the effects of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake in this deft documentary.
Filmmaker Jason DaSilva chronicles the seven year journey since his diagnosis with primary-progressive multiple sclerosis.
The new horror film produced by Guillermo del Toro dares to do something different.
Jordan appraises the EASY RIDER remix by James Benning.
Tom Cruise: The Movie.
Anything that works in LES MISÉRABLES works despite director Tom Hooper's best efforts.
Tarantino's nearly three hour epic still doesn't feel long enough.
Jordan doesn't care how low your self-esteem is, there are better uses for your time.
Brad Pitt and Andrew Dominik's second team up is a very mixed bag.
The documentary about legendary drummer Ginger Baker is no glorified VH1 special.
Jordan reviews this powerful and uncomfortable dark comedy.
It's the strangest Bond film in 43 years. Is it also the best?
Brian reviews the latest addition to the West Memphis Three canon.
This film is not for everybody. But it's REALLY for some people.
So much awesome obscured by so much bad filmmaking.
Tyler Perry takes a bold step into our cinematic purview and makes it his own.
April romanticizes underwater cave deaths in her review of the erudite amalgamation of genres VANISHING WAVES.
Hulk embraces the conceit of CLOUD ATLAS and he thinks you should too.
Shaking up the action formula yields a pleasing result.
Time travel, robot hands, dinosaurs, Osama Bin Laden and videogames. And it might make you cry.
It's like a mutant, diseased sequel to JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI.
Fast, fun, smart and beautiful - LOOPER offers a rare combination of what makes films great.
Brian loves this documentary about haunted house obsessives living in Massachusetts.
A near-capsule review for a near-capsule movie.
Not nearly as bad as laying on a grenade. Probably similar to asphyxiation, though.
Another look at the divisive, unique film.
Takeshi Kitano continues shooting all of Japan in the face.
Geneticists in Love: The Movie.
One of Brian's favorite horror movies of the year.
Why watch a movie that won't let you see it?
The Truther is out there.
April reviews the remake from Luis Prieto.
Hulk calls it kind of story worth telling time and time again.
This one's for all you fellas out there.
Film Crit Hulk reviews "the penis movie."
This film will make you consider cutting your tongue in half.
At times, it feels like several.
Jordan reviews the film about Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl's 1947 expedition across the Pacific Ocean.
Jordan reviews the TIFF drama about an Arab doctor who discovers a stunning secret about his wife.
John Hillcoat's bootlegging drama is fairly lackluster save for a few good chuckles.
Shirley Clarke's 1985 film is a look at a groundbreaking artist by a groundbreaking artist.
The newest stop motion venture from Laika is a visual delight with smarts.
Jordan reviews the Keanu Reeves documentary about the controversy of film vs. digital.
A broad but sharp comedy that doesn't flinch from the harsh truths of campaign corruption.
Albeit bloody silly.
Soderbergh's exploration into the world of male strippers is fast-paced, smart and funny.
Jordan thinks this movie has no new spin - unless "not as much fun" is the new spin.
Sean Penn gives a performance that renders film quality completely irrelevant.
After a disappointing and largely forgettable second entry, MEN IN BLACK is back.
The title for Jason Statham's newest film lies to you.
Marvel's grand experiment finally comes to fruition and offers a little TLC for all those raped childhoods out there.
There are only a few so far, but most of the negative reviews of the new horror movie completely spoil it. Why?
This underappreciated nugget from the '70s is a must-see for fans of Dustin Hoffman, author Edward Bunker and Quentin Tarantino.
Mike Birbiglia's SLEEPWALK WITH ME may seem familiar to some of you.
April dubs this brother rivalry story the most earned, humane story the Duplass brothers have ever told.
The problem with COMPLIANCE is that it has to be a movie.
April found this comedy a breath of feel-good fresh air.
Lars reviews the SXSW documentary about the notorious L.A. hippie cult.
Bobcat Goldthwait is an incredibly exciting filmmaker, but this third film GOD BLESS AMERICA misses the mark for Hulk.
A quirky indie comedy that does the unthinkable: makes me laugh. A lot.
Hulk takes a look at found footage anthology V/H/S and what it represents for the found footage device at large.
Even Nick Offerman can't save this tonally confused satire.