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Review: For A Good Time, Call ...

The usual opposites-attract sludge
Other than Kevin Smith, is there anyone more toxic to a film than Nia Vardalos?
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  August 28, 2012


Review: Kumaré

Duping yoga-mad Americans
Kumaré, an Indian guru who walks barefoot and carries a staff and a small rattan suitcase, preaches that he is an illusion, and he is.
By: ANN LEWINSON  |  August 28, 2012


Review: Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present

Matthew Akers's provocative documentary
Matthew Akers's provocative documentary opens with an image we don't see that often: a long close-up of a human face.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 28, 2012


Review: Premium Rush

David Koepp's veloci-thriller
Note to the bike-porn fans at the Brattle: with all of its shots of toned, sweaty shoulder muscles arched over handlebars, you may be the only audience able to get off on this veloci-thriller.
By: NICK JOHNSTON  |  August 28, 2012


Review: The Apparition

Todd Lincoln's tepid feature
Todd Lincoln's tepid feature debut borrows from some horror standouts of the last 15 years.
By: PEG ALOI  |  August 29, 2012


Review: The Bullet Vanishes

Lo Chi-leung's mystery actioner
Piracy has never been more rampant in China.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  August 28, 2012


Review: The Oogieloves and the Big Balloon Adventure

Multi-colored blobs
As an "interactive" movie, in which the whole family is encouraged to sing along and dance, The Oogieloves fails miserably.
By: NICK JOHNSTON  |  August 29, 2012


Review: Compliance

Behind the Milgram experiments
Filmmaker Craig Zobel ( Great World of Sound ) takes an infamous 2004 rape case — in which a caller claiming to be a cop talked a McDonald's manager and later her fiance into assaulting a teenage worker — and uses this as a basis of a thoroughly disturbing, sometimes mean-spirited indie narrative film.
By: GERALD PEARY  |  August 31, 2012


Review: Cosmopolis

Cronenberg's adaptation of Don DeLillo's novella
In a scene in David Cronenberg's adaptation of Don DeLillo's novella, as Robert Pattinson grimaces while having a proctological exam, you realize that throughout the whole movie he's been acting like he has a finger up his butt.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 23, 2012


Review: Oslo, August 31

Surveying a failed life
Thirty-four-year-old Anders considers himself "a spoiled brat who fucked up."
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  August 21, 2012


Review: Robot & Frank

A gentle, incisive comedy
Frank Langella adds to his string of understated, riveting performances in this gentle, incisive comedy.
By: BETSY SHERMAN  |  August 21, 2012


Review: Sushi: The Global Catch

Mark S. Hall's documentary
Director Mark S. Hall begins his documentary by focusing on the traditions and history of raw-fish preparation, as demonstrated by Mamoru Sugiyama, master chef at Tokyo's Sushiko Restaurant.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  August 23, 2012


Review: The Expendables 2

Phony machismo
Old action heroes never die, they take steroids, become governor of California, and end up in Simon West's The Expendables 2 .
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 23, 2012


Review: Hit & Run

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard star in this rom-com/heist
Are Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard destined for the ill-fated end that befalls most onscreen-and-offscreen couples?
By: ALEXANDRA CAVALLO  |  August 21, 2012


Review: Sparkle

Salim Akil's reinterpretation of the 1976 musical drama
There have been worse swan songs committed to film, but Salim Akil's reinterpretation of the 1976 musical drama leaves much to be desired, since the meteoric rise and fall of a three-piece girl group is now well-tread, Oscar-nominated territory.
By: MONICA CASTILLO  |  August 22, 2012


Review: Side by Side

Chris Kenneally's documentary about the inexorable rise of digital as the medium in which films are being shot and disseminated is a must-see for AV geeks and cinephiles — even die-hard celluloid fans.
By: BETSY SHERMAN  |  August 14, 2012


Review: Nitro Circus: The Movie

Gregg Godfrey and Jeremy Rawle's loose documentary
At the beginning of Gregg Godfrey and Jeremy Rawle's loose documentary about the title troupe, two men dressed in Evel Knievel jumpsuits help launch a friend off of an impossibly high building for a base-jumping stunt.
By: NICK JOHNSTON  |  August 16, 2012


Review: 2 Days In New York

Rowdy follow-up to 2 Days In Paris
Her angelic appearance notwithstanding, Julie Delpy is one raunchy woman.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 17, 2012


Review: Celeste and Jesse Forever

Lee Toland Krieger's divorce rom-com
What's social climbing Celeste (co-writer Rashida Jones) to do when her affable go-nowhere husband (Andy Samberg) starts to feel like an anchor?
By: JAKE MULLIGAN  |  August 29, 2012


Review: ParaNorman

Throwback to Amblin's summer fare of the '80s
This second feature from animation house LAIKA (the company behind Coraline ) is the type of holiday entertainment that kids (and adults) used to tune into annually, back when Rankin/Bass was creating wonders of stop-motion.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  August 17, 2012


Review: Restless City

Andrew Dosunmu's pseudo-noir
Andrew Dosunmu's pseudo-noir Restless City tries to avoid "style over substance."
By: MILES BOWE  |  August 14, 2012

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