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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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Local opening date: 11/16/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson When Blade Runner first appeared 25 years ago, nothing like the digital manipulation possible today existed. And yet with painstaking technical precision and wonderful visual imagination, this film created a mood, a…
Local opening date: 5/11/2007 Reviewed by Martha Baker When is a movie porno and when is it not? That is the question posed by Boy Culture. Classically, pornography has been defined by the erectitude of the male member, but pornography,…
Local opening date: 2/16/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson Breach begins in February 2001 with newsreel video of Attorney General John Ashcroft announcing the arrest of FBI counterintelligence agent Robert Philip Hanssen. Officials estimate that Hanssen did more harm to the…
Local opening date: 2/23/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson There's a stellar cast and crew attached to the film Breaking and Entering. Veteran Hollywood director Sydney Pollack (of Tootsie, Out of Africa, and The Firm, among many others) produced it along…
2/2/2007 through 2/3/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson In the thoroughly entertaining and informative documentary Breath Control: The History of the Human Beat Box, director Joey Garfield achieves at least three goals: informative history intercut with entertaining performances snippets and illuminating…
Through 10/14/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson Silent film comedian Buster Keaton was a cinematic genius. His use of the camera to capture exactly the right angle, his thrilling tracking shots, and his perfect timing are unparalleled even today. Webster University…
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