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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


Review: The Imposter

Bart Layton's documentary
The premise of Bart Layton's documentary is sublimely preposterous.
By: GERALD PEARY  |  August 29, 2012


Review: The Odd Life of Timothy Green

More twee than odd
I would describe Timothy Green's life as more twee than odd.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 16, 2012

Review: Bourne Legacy

Review: The Bourne Legacy

Tony Gilroy's Bourne spinoff
In this Bourne spinoff, The Hurt Locker 's Jeremy Renner continues his unlikely bid for action-franchise stardom as Aaron Cross, a next-generation Special Op boosted with bionics.
By: ANN LEWINSON  |  August 09, 2012

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Review: The Campaign

Jay Roach's satirical comedy
When it comes to mainstream movies commenting on political issues this year, Jay Roach's satirical comedy may be as bold as it's going to get.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 10, 2012


Review: Hope Springs

Separate worlds
Elderly couples in the movies are so cute, but when did Tommy Lee Jones and Meryl Streep slip into that category?
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 09, 2012

Review: Killer Joe

Review: Killer Joe

William Friedkin adapts the play by Tracy Letts
Matthew McConaughey's comeback tour may have peaked with his title role in this Southern-fried screwball noir.
By: JAKE MULLIGAN  |  August 09, 2012


Review: Total Recall

Loud, humorless, and devoid of irony
For a writer who has defined contemporary paranoia, Philip K. Dick hasn't had luck with the adaptations of his work.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 07, 2012


Review: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days

Maybe the Kid is going through a rough adolescent patch — but he was no great shakes to begin with.
By: TOM MEEK  |  August 07, 2012


Review: Searching for Sugar Man

The freshman film from Malik Bendjelloul
An obscure, forgotten singer-songwriter, Sixto Rodriguez was first discovered in a Detroit bar by celebrated producers Dennis Coffey and Mike Theodore in the late '60s.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  August 08, 2012


Review: Dark Horse

Fairly tame
Todd Solondz has turned his audience's divisiveness into a calling card with his often hilariously upsetting films, so it's a surprise that his new movie is fairly tame.
By: MILES BOWE  |  August 08, 2012


Review: Easy Money

Daniel Espinosa's crime thriller
Filmmaker Daniel Espinosa made quite the arrival earlier this year with the surprise smash Safe House , and now the crime thriller that got him that job has earned a stateside release.
By: JAKE MULLIGAN  |  August 02, 2012


Review: Girlfriend Boyfriend

Ya-Che Yang's love story
Politics, love, and friendship collide in director Ya-Che Yang's Girlfriend Boyfriend , a love story spanning almost 30 years of Taiwanese history.
By: MONICA CASTILLO  |  August 01, 2012


Review: Ruby Sparks

A dream made flesh
Ruby Sparks is a frothy, thoughtful take on the Pygmalion/Living Doll genre.
By: BETSY SHERMAN  |  August 03, 2012


Review: The Babymakers

Gross-out comedy
The fine art of the jizz joke probably peaked with There's Something About Mary , but that doesn't stop Jay Chandresekhar from beating it to death in this gross-out comedy.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 02, 2012


Review: Klown

A Danish import from Mikkel Nørgaard
You might think you know what you're in for from the Odd Couple -like music of the opening titles of this Danish import from Mikkel Nørgaard — a movie version of his sitcom Klovn — until an animated sperm cell penetrates his director credit.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  August 01, 2012


Review: The Watch

A lapse in good taste
The Watch is hard to watch.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 01, 2012

Review: The Well-Digger's Daughter

Review: The Well-Digger’s Daughter

Based on the novel by Marcel Pagnol
Daniel Auteuil ( Manon of the Spring ) directs and stars in this melodrama set in Provence during World War I.
By: PEG ALOI  |  July 24, 2012

Review: Step Up Revolution

Review: Step Up Revolution

Abstractly beautiful
The ne plus ultra of “guilty pleasures,” the Step Up movies are willfully naive, awkward, and irresistible.
By: PATRICK Z. MCGAVIN  |  July 26, 2012

Film: The Queen of Versailles

Review: The Queen of Versailles

You couldn’t invent a better metaphor for America’s economic injustice and insanity.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  July 27, 2012

Review: Sacrifice

Review: Sacrifice

Historical melodrama
Adapted from a 13th-century stage play, this historical melodrama seems torn between trying to be a theatrical fable and a flashy action film.
By: JAKE MULLIGAN  |  July 24, 2012

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