Movies – 213

June 28, 2013
Reality In the acclaimed 2008 crime epic Gomorrah, Matteo Garrone depicted contemporary Italian life as something close to Hell. In Reality, which at least is much lighter, he takes us to much the same place. […]

Movies – 212

June 19, 2013
In The House “Utterly assured, breathtakingly executed and riotously funny, this is a delight,” writes Total Film. Celebrated auteur François Ozon (The Swimming Pool) is nothing if not provocative, and his new black comedy was […]

Movies – 211

June 2, 2013
Farewell, My Queen Is there anything left to say about Marie Antoinette and the days before her head was lopped off? Miraculously, veteran French filmmaker Benoît Jacquot has found a new angle within the gated […]

Movies – 210

May 17, 2013
A Place For Me In a beachside pad one Thanksgiving, Josh Boone introduces us to The Borgens, an affluent but troubled family. Bill (Greg Kinnear) was once a successful writer, but his star is fading […]

Movies – 209

May 6, 2013
Spring Breakers Now pushing 40, aging enfant terrible and writer of Kids Harmony Korine has lost none of his ability to shock. A stroke of genius casting will ensure his latest provocation hits its mark […]
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