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BUFFet dining: The 15th Boston Underground Film Festival

"Copraphagy" is a key word at this year's Boston Underground Film Festival at the Brattle.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 19, 2013


Review: Ginger & Rosa

Nuclear family
Sally Potter likes to mess around with form and narrative.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 19, 2013


Review: A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III

In Roman Coppola's sophomoric second feature (his 2001 debut CQ was promising), Charlie Sheen shows restraint as the titular asshole, a dissolute ad designer and solipsistic whiner who's mooning over the loss of his latest love.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 12, 2013


Review: Like Someone In Love

A decent little movie, but hardly a major one, from Iran's master filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, who, self-exiled, here shoots in Tokyo with an all-Japanese cast.
By: GERALD PEARY  |  March 12, 2013


Review: Upside Down

Had Ed Wood Jr. directed Fritz Lang's Metropolis , he couldn't have achieved the earnest dopiness of Juan Solanas's sci-fi allegory — nor the striking images.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 14, 2013


Review: West of Memphis

West Memphis blues again
Amy Berg's documentary about the case illustrates countless failings of the American justice system.
By: JAKE MULLIGAN  |  March 12, 2013


Review: The ABCs of Death

Judging from their contributions, some of the filmmakers behind this 26-part anthology find death less fearsome than the thought of a cute girl farting.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 12, 2013


Review: Emperor

Yes, Tommy Lee Jones plays the "supreme commander" of the US forces in this historical drama from Peter Webber ( Girl with a Pearl Earring ) that takes place after the Japanese surrender in World War II, and the Oscar winner puts in another towering performance.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  March 12, 2013


Review: Oz the Great and Powerful

Sam Raimi nearly overcomes the unenviable burden of revisiting a classic by delivering dazzling footage, but not so the performances.
By: JORDAN RIEFE  |  March 07, 2013


Review: 21 And Over

As one of the Asian stereotypes in this hit-or-(mostly)-miss comedy from writer/directors Jon Lucas and Scott Moore says, "Fuck kids these days. Every one of you is drunk, stupid, and fat."
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  March 05, 2013


Review: Greedy Lying Bastards

Not just another environmental movie about how we're killing our planet and ourselves, Craig Scott Rosebraugh's documentary focuses on the political manipulation of the debate, both nationally and around the world.
By: MONICA CASTILLO  |  March 06, 2013


Review: The Last Exorcism Part II

Now that the shaky-cam nonsense has been left behind, what remains are textureless, overlit, sub-TV-quality visuals that only accentuate the fact that our protagonist, Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell), is at least a decade older than the 17-year-old exorcised sect-escapee that she's playing.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  March 06, 2013


Review: Yossi

A decade after Yossi & Jagger , filmmaker Eytan Fox returns to see how his character is getting on.
By: JAKE MULLIGAN  |  March 06, 2013


Review: Far From Afghanistan

A contemporary mirror of 1967's multidirector lefty-agitprop masterpiece Far from Vietnam , this omnibus epic plumbs the American quagmire in Central Asia from the aesthetic viewpoints of five western filmmakers assembled by John Gianvito (who also contributes a segment), plus a cadre of Afghan locals called Afghan Voices.
By: MICHAEL ATKINSON  |  March 06, 2013


Review: Jack The Giant Slayer

Stop me if you've heard this one before: a farm boy dreams of adventure, finds it, and falls in love with a princess along the way. (For everyone's sake, let's just hope she's not his sister.)
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  March 06, 2013


Review: Dead Man Down

Following the stunning success of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo , Danish filmmaker Niels Arden Oplev makes his English-language bow with this bleak film noir that values character over tension.
By: JORDAN RIEFE  |  March 08, 2013


Review: Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey

There's no sex or drugs, just a lot of professionalism.
By: BRETT MILANO  |  March 04, 2013


Review: Lore

Life during wartime
Although set in Germany in the last days of World War II, Australian director Cate Shortland's harsh and poetic survival tale recalls the dreamlike allegory of Nicholas Roeg's Outback-set Walkabout (1971).
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 04, 2013


Review: NO

The TV ads that overthrew a regime
Many say that political rhetoric in the mainstream media is dead. NO purports to perform the autopsy.
By: JAKE MULLIGAN  |  March 04, 2013


Review: Rubberneck

Lab Rat
Maybe because he's one himself, Alex Karpovsky has a knack for making movies about obsessives.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  February 26, 2013
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