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Vince Vaughn Births More of the Same in Delivery Man Delivery Man
We're not sure why Delivery Man exists.
, November 21, 2013
Imagine an alternate history for Vince Vaughn. What if, 18 years ago, instead of rehearsing Swingers during the day and sampling Los Angeles's... More>>
Well-Spotted Minds Well-Spotted Minds
Michel Gondry on Noam Chomsky and a brainy new doc.
, November 21, 2013
Michel Gondry likes video stores. He is, after all, the director of the ultimate VHS sonnet, Be Kind Rewind, in which Jack Black and Mos Def... More>>
Sam Claflin and Jena Malone on Keeping The Hunger Games: Catching Fire PG-13 Sam Claflin and Jena Malone on Keeping The Hunger Games: Catching Fire PG-13
, November 21, 2013
Through the soaring windows of the Mandarin Oriental Miami, it's hard not to notice the blue skies and matching azure water. Most people find... More>>
In Honor of Night of the Comet, a Cult Time Capsule of '80s America In Honor of Night of the Comet, a Cult Time Capsule of '80s America
, November 21, 2013
"This movie has been written about in books — go figure — and there's discussion about whether or not it's actually a zombie movie.... More>>
Chris Lilley Transforms Himself into Australia’s Worst Import for Ja'mie: Private School Girl Chris Lilley Transforms Himself into Australia’s Worst Import for Ja'mie: Private School Girl
, November 21, 2013
Few men wear a dress as meaningfully as comedian Chris Lilley. Since 2005, he has sported the pinstriped schoolgirl uniforms of his native... More>>
Best Man Holiday Is a Welcome Return for a Underappreciated Genre The Best Man Holiday
Welcome, Best Man Holiday. Black ensemble comedies have been away far too long.
, November 14, 2013
From the mid-1990s to somewhere around 2006, Hollywood bankrolled a number of romantic entertainments targeted to — though not made... More>>
Matthew McConaughey's Body Does the Talking in Dallas Buyers Club Dallas Buyers Club
McConaughey sheds 40 pounds to play AIDS victim and entrepreneur.
, November 07, 2013
Weight-loss and weight-gain performances are tricky things. Robert De Niro's heavily mannered turn in Raging Bull just has to be great —... More>>
Thor Returns to Slum It on Earth Instead of Reaching New Heights Thor: The Dark World
Thor remains a cog in the Marvel machine.
, November 07, 2013
Among the Avengers, Thor should reign supreme. Sure, Captain America is the de facto leader, but even he — like the others — is just... More>>
Schooled Schooled
Frederick Wiseman and At Berkley capture a country in crisis.
, November 07, 2013
"Making these films is a sport," says veteran documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman, who at 83 years old remains at the top of his game. "You... More>>
Lost '70s Mess The Visitor Is Rich and Strange The Visitor
Euro-American science fiction horror film is a mess, but a revelatory one.
, October 31, 2013
If it were the late '70s and you were a wunderkind film artist a bit embarrassed about your zeal for space-opera kids' stuff, you went out and... More>>
The Four Types of Spoilers and How Reviewers Should Handle Them The Four Types of Spoilers and How Reviewers Should Handle Them
A rough and inevitably incomplete guide to the taxonomy of spoilers
, October 31, 2013
Recently, Anne Washburn's astonishing Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play wrapped up a sold-out run at Playwrights Horizons in New York. I saw the... More>>
Last Vegas Is Like a Reverse Mentos Commercial Starring Old Guys Last Vegas Is Like a Reverse Mentos Commercial Starring Old Guys
, October 31, 2013
It’s a dumbfounding irony that the fiction of the “entitled, selfish millennial” was invented by Baby Boomers. The generation... More>>
Here's Everything Wrong With Ender's Game Here's Everything Wrong With Ender's Game
, October 31, 2013
It's almost a relief that Ender's Game has turned out to be a glum bore onscreen, a far-future cadets-in-space military drama whose pretensions... More>>
In All Is Lost, Robert Redford Won't Go Down Easily All Is Lost
For once, Redford is just a guy trying not to die.
, October 24, 2013
The title All Is Lost promises despair, especially with Robert Redford looking so stolid and weathered and still-got-it golden on the poster.... More>>
Bad Grandpa's Kid Actor Outshines Johnny Knoxville Bad Grandpa's Kid Actor Outshines Johnny Knoxville
, October 24, 2013
Think Little Miss Sunshine could have used an elastic penis? Behold: Bad Grandpa, in which a widower and an eight-year-old drive across the... More>>
Aziz Ansari: Dudes, the Number of Dick Pics You Send is Startling Aziz Ansari: Dudes, the Number of Dick Pics You Send is Startling
Buried Alive hits Netflix November 1
, October 24, 2013
"Imagine if marriage didn't exist, and you're a guy and you ask someone to get married," proposes comedian Aziz Ansari in his new Netflix... More>>
The Fifth Estate Never Puts Julian Assange into Focus The Fifth Estate
Director Bill Condon never gives Benedict Cumberbatch room to act.
, October 17, 2013
Being a sensible person, you've probably taken a liking to Benedict Cumberbatch, the actor, Dickensian beanpole and banana-fana name-game... More>>
Ten Disneyland Tips From the Director Who Secretly Shot a Horror Sex Movie There Ten Disneyland Tips From the Director Who Secretly Shot a Horror Sex Movie There
, October 17, 2013
What's illegal at Disneyland? Dogs, drugs, alcohol, pamphlets, flags and large coolers. Not listed? Secretly shooting a feature-length... More>>
That Carrie Remake is Surprisingly Good That Carrie Remake is Surprisingly Good
, October 17, 2013
Kimberly Peirce changes almost nothing in her rallying remake of Brian De Palma’s classic about a troubled telekinetic teenager. She... More>>
Captain Phillips: Tom Hanks Goes Where Few Actors Have Dared Captain Phillips
Hanks proves why moviegoers and directors love him.
, October 10, 2013
Tom Hanks has built a career out of playing aggressively noble roles, so it's only natural to want to see him taken down a peg. But it's no fun... More>>
Machete Kills Is a B-Movie Worth Buying Machete Kills
Machete is back for more giddy lunacy.
, October 10, 2013
During his 2012 presidential campaign, Republican candidate Herman Cain rhapsodized about the fence he'd build on the U.S.-Mexico border: 20 feet... More>>
It's a Good Time for Bruce Willis, Action Star, to Die Hard It's a Good Time for Bruce Willis, Action Star, to Die Hard
, October 10, 2013
Something's seemed different about No. 1 American-born action hero Bruce Willis lately. His action movie output in recent years has mostly been... More>>
Oh, Romeo: Julian Fellowes's Hilarious Improvements to Shakespeare Oh, Romeo: Julian Fellowes's Hilarious Improvements to Shakespeare
, October 10, 2013
I’m pretty sure the dumbest way to die is killing yourself upon discovering that faking your own death has tricked your forbidden lover... More>>
Parkland Can't Quite Honor Life After JFK Parkland
The film on the momentous event fails to rise to the occasion.
, October 03, 2013
'What a shitty place to die." Whatever your feelings about Dallas, that's a pretty harsh assessment. Then again, the character in Peter... More>>
After 7 Years Away From Directing, Alfonso Cuarón Scores a Thrilling Breakthrough with Gravity Gravity
Sandra Bullock proves she has the right stuff.
, October 03, 2013
Some movies are so tense and deeply affecting that they shave years off your life as you're watching, only to give back that lost time, and more,... More>>
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