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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.
Film Review: Where Is Kyra?
Michelle Pfeiffer has a rare, boldly deglamorized lead role in a film that is unfortunately unworthy of her.
Film Review: After Louie
Ambitious but ultimately overreaching treatise on an AIDS survivor and his anger towards the modern world has its serious potential botched by script and direction, both awash in banality.
Film Review: Seven Years of Night
A dark, intriguing premise has little chance of becoming a riveting noir, given its obtuse and overly labyrinthine treatment.
Film Review: The Workshop
Question-raising and topical, this latest effort from two of the smartest filmmakers around disappoints in being too predictable and far from deep.
Film Review: Maineland
The physical, intellectual and emotional journey of Chinese students transplanted to the state of Maine has its considerable rewards, as well as a couple of winning protagonists.
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