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Pete Seeger: The Power of Song

Exploring saintlike passion
This documentary by Jim Brown offers an inspiring portrait of America’s most enduring folk artist.
By: PEG ALOI  |  September 26, 2007


The Rape of Europa

Art-love tunnel vision
The filmmakers are assuming that after so much documentation of murder and torture we could stand to consider instead the material and cultural losses.
By: MICHAEL ATKINSON  |  September 26, 2007


Resident Evil: Extinction

A nail in the RE coffin
Meanwhile, the deep-pocketed Umbrella Corporation continues its nefarious schemes — puzzling, given the lack of commerce in an undead society.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  September 26, 2007


The Kingdom

Let the carnage begin!
Revenge has taken over the screen lately.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  September 26, 2007


The Game Plan

Sweet in its misguided mawkishness
Come for the end-around blitzes, stay for Rock’s dance as an enchanted tree, complete with tights.
By: RICHARD BECK  |  September 26, 2007


The Bubble

A gay, Middle Eastern Romeo and Juliet
“If a gay suicide bomber goes to Heaven, does he get 72 virgin boys or 72 muscular men?”
By: TOM MEEK  |  September 26, 2007


Dragon Wars: D-War

Monumental clunk
I’ll take weird, surprising crap over slick any day.
By: CHRIS BRAIOTTA  |  September 19, 2007


The Jane Austen Book Club

Jane would find another movie
Robin Swicord’s film posits a book club of six Californians meeting once a month to discuss Jane Austen’s novels.
By: JEFFREY GANTZ  |  September 19, 2007


Fierce People

Poor city-kid meet plain ridiculous
Griffin Dunne’s 2005 film is like The Great Gatsby with Jay as an old coot whose grandchildren attack the help with spears.
By: JENNY HALPER  |  September 19, 2007


Sydney White

An obvious, labored fairy tale
Joe Nussbaum’s created a genre mash-up, grafting on the plot of Revenge of the Nerds and . . . the climax of Spartacus ?
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  September 19, 2007



Artful and satisfying, if overlong
The colors — ocher and rose and royal blue — and the cast, unprofessional actors all, heighten the sensuality.
By: NINA MACLAUGHLIN  |  September 24, 2007



What it takes to warm up to sociopathic leads
The solid performances and edgy touches by actor Justin Theroux go far, but it’s all wasted on a Grinch.
By: TOM MEEK  |  September 19, 2007


December Boys

Daniel Radcliffe's non-wizard cinematic vehicle
The Year My Voice Broke meets Stand by Me ? If only.
By: PEG ALOI  |  September 19, 2007


Good Luck Chuck

Crass and crude and mostly annoying humor
The only plausible scenario in this movie is the idea that a woman would be so annoyed by Dane Cook, she’d be willing to put a curse on him.
By: BROOKE HOLGERSON  |  September 19, 2007


In the Valley of Elah

A 90-minute Oscar wanna-be
Few will deny that the war dehumanizes, but Haggis’s suggestion that everybody who comes back is a sociopath won’t win many friends.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  September 12, 2007


In the Shadow of the Moon

Gorgeous high-def space
For a moment, the Earth was unified: “we” had gone to the moon.
By: MIKE MILIARD  |  September 12, 2007


The Hunting Party

Confident wits collide
Writer/director Richard Shepard knows how to make a movie a good time, even one set in the physically and psychologically wrecked post-war Balkans.
By: MARK BAZER  |  September 18, 2007



Funny but undecidedly pendantic
Mike Akel’s film chronicles a year at a fictitious Texas high school from the point of view of its misfit teaching staff.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  September 12, 2007


The Brother Solomon

Adding to Odenkirk's cinematic slump
We’re past the point of blaming the system.
By: CHRIS BRAIOTTA  |  September 12, 2007


The Brave One

A vigilant film lacking courage
The Brave One is director Neil Jordan’s attempt at a thinking man’s vigilante flick.
By: RAFER GUZMAN  |  September 12, 2007


Polis Is This: Charles Olson and the Persistence of Place

The best film about an American poet ever made
Ferrini and Riaf present the complex American literary figure Charles Olson in a clear way by focusing not on the facts of his life but on the facts of his work.
By: WILLIAM CORBETT  |  September 12, 2007

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