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Film Review: How Long Will I Love U
Despite some lapses in the script, this Chinese time-travel farce has sufficient energy and charm to make it agreeable, sprightly, undemanding summer fare.
Film Review: That Summer
'Grey Gardens' freaks rejoice! Big and Little Edie Beale refuse to die and are back again, happily arguing and shriek-singing away in Peter Beard’s elegiac found footage.
Film Review: Class Rank
This much lower-key 'Election,' which agreeably takes things nice and easy and never stresses anything too hard, is a real little winner.
Film Review: Lu Over the Wall
A sweet tale of mermaid love blows its chance to be another 'Splash' through unappealing animation and a wayward storyline.
Film Review: Ray Meets Helen
Sadly, the magic doesn’t happen this time for Alan Rudolph, a very special filmmaker whose specialty has always been romance among the lost.
Film Review: The House of Tomorrow
This precious little plea for nonconformist understanding combines whimsical characterizations with terminal illness, neither of which is very appealing to start with. Together, they’re a recipe for a particularly nagging disinterest.
Film Review: Lives Well Lived
Every one of the 40 seniors interviewed in this beautifully respectful and affectionate doc abut aging emerges as a star. Bravi!
Film Review: Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami
Grace Jones, that imperishable, influential and agelessly sexy icon of musical icons, is fittingly ensconced in a doc as fascinating, unpredictable and glamorously funky as her own persona.
Film Review: Big Fish & Begonia
This elaborarte cartoon fable is often wondrous and beautiful to look at, but is burdened by a top-heavy plot that often defies logic and clarity.
Film Review: Pandas
Hands down the cutest movie of the year.
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