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Review: Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness

Joseph Dorman's portrait of Aleichem
Not many these days are familiar with Aleichem's own story, or his other work, or his impact on Jewish culture and literature in general.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 31, 2011

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Review: The Debt

John Madden's smart, icy thriller
Based on the 2007 Israeli film Ha-Hov, the story weaves present and past together, with most of the action surrounding the fateful mission and the perilous web of duty, passion, and betrayal that still haunts the agents.
By: PEG ALOI  |  August 30, 2011

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Review: The Hedgehog

Mona Achache's adaptation of Muriel Barbery's best-seller
Eleven-year-old Paloma (Garance Le Guillemic) agrees, and plans to kill herself on her 12th birthday because she doesn't want to end up like the other members of her family — goldfish in a bowl.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 30, 2011

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Review: The Myth of the American Sleepover

Adolescent initiation rites
David Robert Mitchell's impressive if derivative debut doesn't delve so much into a myth as a mini-genre.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 31, 2011

Lisbon Mysteries

Review: Mysteries of Lisbon

Raúl Ruiz's legacy
Ruiz's gorgeous, painterly visuals are shot from startling angles and work alongside his precise, anarchic, and gleefully absurd narrative to evoke a heightened reality that plumbs the mysteries of life.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 23, 2011

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Review: Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

S trictly for the kiddies
Director Robert Rodriguez has made no bones about this one being strictly for the kiddies.
By: MICHAEL C. WALSH  |  August 23, 2011

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Review: Our Idiot Brother

Jesse Peretz's obnoxious comedy
Homeless and bounced from one sister's house to the next, will Ned and his simplicity serve as a touchstone of truth for these miserable women?
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 23, 2011

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Review: Aurora

Deepening the mystery
Long after such an insight might do any good, Viorel, the mopey, truculent antihero of this second film in Cristi Puiu's "Six Stories from the Outskirts of Bucharest" observes that the justice system does not comprehend the complexity of his relationship to his wife.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 23, 2011

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Review: Don't be Afraid of the Dark

Don't call it a comeback
Katie Holmes plays Kim, a wannabe stepmom, in this lame remake of the 1973 Don't Be Afraid of the Dark .
By: ALEXANDRA CAVALLO  |  August 23, 2011

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Review: Brighton Rock

Rowan Joffe's adaptation of Graham Greene's 1939 novel
For Graham Greene, the Catholic Church served more as a scourge than a comfort, but in Rowan Joffe's dreary, incoherent adaptation of Greene's 1939 novel, it merely offers an excuse to add choirs to the soundtrack.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 23, 2011

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Review: Chasing Madoff

Jeff Prosserman's documentary
Few will dispute the evil avarice behind the $50 billion Ponzi scheme Bernie Madoff masterminded.
By: TOM MEEK  |  August 23, 2011

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Review: Griff the Invisible

Downtrodden superheroes
Like Kick-Ass and Super , Leon Ford's Griff the Invisible reaffirms the notion that superheroes exist to provide the meek and marginalized with an empowering fantasy.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 23, 2011


Review: Conan the Barbarian

Blurry action scenes
Is Jason Momoa a future governor of California?
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 23, 2011

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Review: Attack the Block

London crawling
As a group of teenage thugs approach their intended victim (only their eyes are visible as they glare at the trainee nurse who's walking the cold south London streets alone on the way home from her shift), you'll be forgiven if you recall the recent wave of rioting in the UK.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  August 23, 2011


Review: Final Destination 5

3D splatter-fest
Are we dead yet? It would appear not, as the Final Destination franchise keeps slogging on, like a cross-country family road trip from hell (spoiler alert: somewhere around mile 600, Mom's going through the windshield).
By: ALEXANDRA CAVALLO  |  August 16, 2011

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Review: Fright Night

Friendly neighborhood vampire
Set in the sun-bleached city of sin, Las Vegas — where many of the strip's denizens are already dead inside — Fright Night plays upon elements of darkness and indulgence.
By: ALEXANDRA CAVALLO  |  August 16, 2011

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Review: Glee: The 3D Concert Movie

First-rate fluff
The little TV series with the can-do pipes rolls out a concert tour that's essentially a love-in with its fan base.
By: TOM MEEK  |  August 16, 2011

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Review: How to Live Forever

Wexler mocks the "anti-aging marketplace"
Take the most depressing movie imaginable, add The Golden Girls , multiply by Cocoon , and that's How To Live Forever .
By: CHRIS FARAONE  |  August 16, 2011

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Review: Senna

Chronicling Ayrton Senna's career
The story of Brazilian Formula One champion Ayrton Senna sounds, well, just like a movie — Le Mans , maybe, or Talladega Nights without the comedy.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 16, 2011

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Review: The Names of Love

Softcore sex and politics
Child abuse, genocide — those French have a way with romantic comedies.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  August 16, 2011

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Review: One Day

A love that spans 20 years
Following her stunning coming-of-age tale, An Education, Danish director Lone Scherfig returns to London for this adaptation of the bestselling novel about a love that spans 20 years.
By: PEG ALOI  |  August 16, 2011

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