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New York Press

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Title/Year
Author
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Barrabas (1919)
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Toy Story 2 (1999)
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Control Room (2004)
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For two hours, it works like the best music videos: making high-concept philosophies graspable, marvelous and fun.
Posted Apr 30, 2019
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Frost/Nixon (2008)
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A-
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5/5
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5/5
What making a difference is really all about!
Posted Dec 16, 2012
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5/5
An alarming look at the profitable industry that has grown up around nonprofit fund raising for breast cancer research. Must see!
Posted May 28, 2012
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Love Crime (2011)
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Puiu's a skillful widescreen filmmaker, but he's also an urban snob who finds farm animals backward and funny.
Posted Aug 24, 2011
24
Sfar rescues Gainsbourg from hipsters' self-satisfied claims.
Posted Aug 24, 2011
25
Usually movies this slick and contrived have a shiny, Hollywood look, but Our Idiot Brother's unslick look is dreadful. It lacks the professionalism of mumblecore.
Posted Aug 24, 2011
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One Day (2011)
One Day is neither comedy nor satire; it uses numerous narrative gimmicks to avoid the fact of its humdrum banality.
Posted Aug 18, 2011
28
Sexism may be inseparable from the imperatives of male aggression. 30 Minutes or Less ridicules this...
Posted Aug 17, 2011
29
The Help (2011)
The Help demonstrates the conned intelligence of the "post-racial" and "postblack" Obama era, where the anxieties of unequal yet mutually beneficial black-white relationships are conveniently, speciously, put behind us.
Posted Aug 10, 2011
30
It is easily the best American movie of this corrupted summer.
Posted Aug 8, 2011
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Cowboys and Aliens is an uninspired, third-rate rehash of Western and monster movie lore. It turns genre into formula.
Posted Aug 3, 2011
34
If the title suggests soap opera rather than political history, that's part of Ruiz's game -- but it's also why this art project feels overlong for its purpose.
Posted Aug 3, 2011
35
The film disastrously focuses on Uday's outrages and does so without any moral perspective. "Rape, torture, disembowelment, killing, drinking, drugs and decadence" is practically the film's synopsis. Madness is its misjudged rationale.
Posted Aug 3, 2011
36
The Guard (2011)
37
It enhances a sense of the world rather than peddling distraction from it.
Posted Jul 27, 2011
38
Project Nim (2011)
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Me and My Gal justifies the loftiest standards of realism and entertainment.
Posted Jul 22, 2011
41
When all these bland Marvel Comics franchise movies blur together in memory, it won't prove that they amounted to one great epic master narrative, but that they're all indistinguishable.
Posted Jul 22, 2011
42
Farmageddon (2011)
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Now that the Harry Potter series is over, maybe the truth can be realized: This has been the dullest franchise in the history of movie franchises.
Posted Jul 13, 2011
44
Although this is an adaptation of the A.A. Milne tales first published in 1926, it unleashes an essential quality of dreaming -- and of cinema.
Posted Jul 13, 2011
45
Tabloid (2011)
Evading the issue of what used to be called "yellow journalism," Morris' depraved method prevents us from ever getting out of this swamp.
Posted Jul 13, 2011
46
Tribe's music takes a backseat to power struggle and personality conflict.
Posted Jul 11, 2011
47
Love Etc. (2011)
48
By avoiding contemplation about the emotional nature of its clanging, morphing, warring creatures ... Bay and executive producer Steven Spielberg accommodate the insensitivity that characterizes post-9/11 culture.
Posted Jun 30, 2011
49
Larry Crowne (2011)
The humanist opposite to Hollywood's self-congratulatory snark.
Posted Jun 29, 2011
50
Bad Teacher (2011)
Kasdan and company miss the opportunity to connect Elizabeth's venality to the greed and materialism that her pop consumer students absorb daily.
Posted Jun 27, 2011