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Pop Skull

Ambitious but overcooked no-budget indie horror movie Read more »

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Searchers 2.0

Repo Man filmmaker Alex Cox returns with a surrealist farce Read more »

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Rumble in the Bronx

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Bronson

As “Britain’s most dangerous prisoner,” actor Tom Hardy bludgeons his way toward stardom. Read more »

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Sherlock Holmes

A franchise, a holiday hit and a great escapist movie? It’s elementary Read more »

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Rocket Science

Spellbound documentarian Jeffrey Blitz makes a successful transition to narrative with this coming-of-age comedy Read more »

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The Carter

Adam Bhala Lough gets up close and personal with charismatic, prolific and self-destructive rapper L’il Wayne Read more »

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Rize

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Weapons

Micro-budgeted wallow in teen violence aims at Larry Clark and Gaspar Noe but hits rock bottom instead Read more »

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Sugar

Half Nelson directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck find poetry in an immigrant baseball player’s evolving relationship with the American Dream Read more »

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Howl

Dramatization of Allen Ginsberg’s poetry and the obscenity trial it inspired is at odds with itself because it doesn’t really trust the audience, or Ginsberg’s still powerful words Read more »

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Absurdistan

Lame slapstick and monochromatic characters keep this attempt at buoyant whimsy feeling leaden and grounded. Read more »

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Chapter 27

Despite a terrific performance from Leto, this portait of John Lennon's killer is as cinematically adept as surveillance footage Read more »

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Tropic Thunder

Intermittent audacity, great performances and assured filmmaking from star/director Ben Stiller add up to one of the summer’s best and most brazen studio comedies Read more »

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Land Girls

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So What Does Sundance Have To Prove This Year?

BOXOFFICE takes a look at the status of the legendary festival. Read more »

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Choke

In this offbeat comic gem, actor-director Clark Gregg and Fight Club novelist Chuck Palahniuk go to the other side of the id Read more »

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Revanche

Implausibly humanist Austrian crime film may deserve a merit badge, but not an Oscar Read more »

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Billy

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Beautopia

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