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'Tusk' offers walrus-to-walrus outrageousness

It is possible that Kevin Smith has decided to flap a wet flipper at film-making. He came to prominence in 1994 for t...

'Love Is Strange': Good movie, strange title

Where did the title,"Love Is Strange," come from? It seems to have little to do with the film, which is a l...

'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby' charts immersion in grief

Grief over a child's death cuts deeper than words can communicate. This unbearable tragedy is the engine that dri...

'The Zero Theorem' probes existential questions

Director Terry Gilliam expresses his fertile visual imagination in his latest film, "The Zero Theorem." In ...

'"Corpus Christi" promotes love and understanding

Terrence McNally's play "Corpus Christi" and James Brandon's documentary "Corpus Christi: Play...

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'Under the Skin' gets under the skin in unpleasant ways
"Under the Skin" wants to be an edgy, atmospheric, imaginative, sci-fi film. It succeeds only in ponderous, self-conscious pretentiousness at a slow pace. For an hour 47 minutes, co-writer/director Jonathan Glazer dwells on suggestions that amount to little more than…
'The Railway Man' reclaims and overcomes his POW past
In "The Railway Man" Eric Lomax first appears in 1980 where he's most comfortable--on a railway car. There he accidentally meets his future wife, Patti, because his train was delayed. He rattles off the circuitous connection he'll make to complete…
'Finding Vivian Maier' presents amazing finds in film
Solving this mystery is amazing in itself. Even a clumsy filmmaker could have captured interest in this story of a young man who bought 100,000 negatives that turned out to be art. But John Maloof is not a ham-handed filmmaker,…
'Nymphomaniac Vol. 2' not for prudes et al.
"Nymphomaniac Vol. 1" had something to say and a clever way to say it, what with all the graphics and flashbacks and analyses. But "Vol. 2" demands much and grants little. It will make even the least prudish person turn…
'Ernest and Celestine' offers a fable with a moral
He is large and rather furry. She is small, tiny even. He is brown and she is grey. Ernest is a bear and Celestine, a mouse. Each has heard how the other is unbearable. The enemy. But they don't see…
'Joe' asks much, gives little except violence
There's no way this thing is going to end well. That is a spoiler sentence to anyone who does not know Texas movies about alcoholics and ex-cons or novels by Larry Brown. "Joe" is set in the workaday world of…
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