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Review: Prom

Squeaky-clean group portrait
A teen pic aimed at the tween demographic, Prom turns what could have been a string of punch lines and lump-in-the-throat passages into an affecting group portrait.
By: BETSY SHERMAN  |  May 06, 2011

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Review: Queen to Play

 Determined to learn
A hotel maid, Hélène (Sandrine Bonnaire), in a French resort sees a glamorous foreigner (Jennifer Beals) playing chess one day, and she's determined to learn to play herself.
By: GERALD PEARY  |  May 04, 2011

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Review: Rammbock

The thrill is there, but the heart isn't
Marvin Kren's grim foray into the zombie genre (a German first) has all the right components.
By: ALEXANDRA CAVALLO  |  May 04, 2011

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Review: Something Borrowed

 A numbing pattern
In Luke Greenfield's adaptation of Emily Giffin's novel, Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin) works hard, never complains, has brains but no self-esteem.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  May 04, 2011

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Review: Thor

 Love blooms alongside the war
Not as much fun as Iron Man, Kenneth Branagh's take on Marvel's God of Thunder is nevertheless an electrically charged superhero romp while being less of an extended Avengers advertisement than Iron Man 2.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  May 09, 2011

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Review: The Beaver

Foster, Gibson leave it to The Beaver
In January, Summit Entertainment released the trailer for the Jodie Foster film The Beaver, in which Mel Gibson finds a raggedy beaver puppet in a dumpster, begins speaking through it, and reconnects with his wife, Jodie Foster.
By: EUGENIA WILLIAMSON  |  May 09, 2011

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Review: Meek's Cutoff

Kelly Reichardt and Michelle Williams explore the frontier
Had Samuel Beckett made a Western, it might have resembled Kelly Reichardt's inscrutable tale, which is based on a real incident from the great Westward Migration.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  May 09, 2011

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Review: Beautiful Darling

The isolating pursuit of fame
Andy Warhol superfans remember Candy Darling as a friend of the Pop artist, as an actress in his films, or as a name in Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side."
By: LIZ PELLY  |  May 04, 2011

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Review: Cave of Forgotten Dreams

So far, I think it's safe to say that nothing is better in 3D, except maybe Avatar and House of Wax.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  May 09, 2011

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Review: Fast Five

 Dumb fun, noisy neutral
In the 10 years since the F&F franchise first fired up, it has regularly spun out retreads of its tired premise, pitting the righteous against the heavy with a backdrop of car boosting, drag racing, and bum cheeks hanging out of hot pants.
By: TOM MEEK  |  May 06, 2011

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Review: 13 Assassins

 The latest from prolific director of extreme films, Takeshi Miike.
A prolific director of extreme films, Takeshi Miike (Ichi the Killer) sets his latest in the waning days of feudal Japan's samurai era.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  May 09, 2011

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Review: Carancho

 Argentina's Official Selection as Best Foreign Language Film for the Academy Awards
Pablo Trapero's soggy, misguided, derivative melodrama was, somehow, Argentina's Official Selection as Best Foreign Language Film for the Academy Awards.
By: GERALD PEARY  |  April 27, 2011

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Review: It (1927)

Silent-movie stardom gained a new dimension with Clara Bow in It, which was directed by Clarence G. Badger and an uncredited Josef von Sternberg.
By: BETSY SHERMAN  |  April 27, 2011

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Review: Rubber

 Quentin Dupieux has something more malevolent, and meta, in mind
When a tire lifts itself from the desert sand of the West and rolls down the road to the sound of recorder music, it feels like one of those old Film Board of Canada shorts about the triumph of the spirit.
By: BETSY SHERMAN  |  April 27, 2011

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Review: The Double Hour

 Capotondi's debut
Giuseppe Capotondi's unrelenting Italian thriller opens with a suicide witnessed only by meager hotel maid Sonia (Ksenia Rappoport).
By: MICHAEL C. WALSH  |  April 27, 2011

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Review: Three

 A feel-good ending
The 2011 Boston LGBT Film Festival kicks off with what amounts to a classy TV-movie from Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run) in which fortysomething Berlin professional couple Hanna (Sophie Rois) and Simon (Sebastian Schipper), both feeling the 20-year itch, fall in love with the same man (Devid Striesow).
By: JEFFREY GANTZ  |  April 27, 2011

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Review: Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family

It's that time of year again, when the daffodils spring up and Tyler Perry puts on a dress and becomes Madea.
By: TOM MEEK  |  April 27, 2011

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Review: Water For Elephants

 V ividness that was absent in print.
Francis Lawrence's screen adaptation of Sara Gruen's novel renders the Depression-era yarn about a traveling circus with a vividness that was absent in print.
By: TOM MEEK  |  April 27, 2011


Review: Cure For Pain: The Mark Sandman Story

Documentary about the late Morphine frontman
It's difficult to say whether anyone besides fans will be drawn to Robert G. Bralver & David Ferino's at times hagiographic documentary about the late Morphine frontman, who died on a concert stage in Palestrina, Italy, in 1999, at the age of 46.
By: JON GARELICK  |  April 27, 2011


Review: Last Days Here

Profile of Bobby Liebling of Pentagram
These are good days for washed-up heavy-metal musicians.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  April 28, 2011


Review: Stake Land

Tale of a vampire plague
From producer Larry Fessenden ( Wendigo ) and filmmaker Jim Mickle ( Mulberry Street ) comes this minimal, profound tale of a vampire plague in America.
By: PEG ALOI  |  April 27, 2011

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