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Film Review: Whisky Galore!
As Raymond Chander said, “There is no bad whiskey…only some whiskeys that aren’t as good as others.”
Film Review: Graduation
Cristian Mungiu reflects on guilt and social responsibility in this Miller-like portrait of a man haunted by his own mendacity.
Film Review: Nocturnal Animals
Tom Ford’s fashionable thriller, cut on the bias, will appeal to loyal audience.
Film Review: Into the Inferno
More fumarole venting than magma opus.
Film Review: Zero Days
Alex Gibney sounds the alarm on cyber-warfare with this compelling, disturbing documentary that employs state-of-the-art graphics and innovative dramatic feints.
Film Review: High-Rise
Not one of J.G. Ballard’s best books; not one of Ben Wheatley’s better films.
Film Review: Tale of Tales
A trio of fairytales for adults, 'Tale of Tales' is painterly, theatrical and provocative, although, typical of anthology films, the parts are greater than the whole.
Film Review: Francofonia
Resplendent and reflexive, gritty and silly, 'Francofonia' is much like its title, suggestive of rock concerts and recondite lectures.
Film Review: The Brothers Grimsby
Sacha Baron Cohen’s dramatization of The Aristocrats, a drawn-out dirty joke disguised as a spy-movie spoof, will find its audience, but the creator of Ali G., Borat and Brüno has jumped the shark, or in this case, the elephant has jumped him.
Film Review: Eye in the Sky
Of-the-moment thriller mixes action, satire and melodrama to debate the ethics of drone warfare.
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