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Picking on Critics and Critics’ Picks


Killing Expectations


Emotion Motion


The Core of Apple’s Man


Less Peak, More Valley


Lower-Case Spielberg


Say Her Name, Say Her Name


Juarez: What Is It Good For?




Focus on What’s Impotent

Writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn is about to lose half his fans. The ones who saw Ryan Gosling in Drive and immediately bought (or had their moms make) scorpion jackets are about to find out that canonization of a violent antihero wasn’t really what Refn was after. If there’s any doubt, watch what happens in Only God Forgives to another Gosling-played underworld dweller who bathes in neon and silently projects...

Albee There

Satre was almost right. Hell isn’t just other people; it’s other people at a dinner party. If you’ve been bad, you can look forward to small talk with Satan for all of eternity, while all around you couples in the middle of a tiff are being passive aggressive. Just spitballing here, but the music is John Mayer and the wine is in a box.

Between Us is Edward Albee’s classic play “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”...

Harmless Murderers

Because the world needs the palpable sexuality of John Malkovich and Helen Mirren on screen together, here comes Red 2. You’d never know from the inspired title, but it’s actually a sequel to the film Red, which was something of a sleeper hit, and not just because it starred actors old enough to go narcoleptic mid-interview. The key to making a movie that absolutely nobody needs and very few actually demand is to...

Men in Bleak

The good news is, it appears Jeff Bridges at least entertained himself while on the set of R.I.P.D. Whether the legendary thespian was trying to dive into the Depp by delivering a delightfully weird caricature for mass appeal or whether he was just plain bored, the result is one of the strangest performances in a career most celebrated for a drunken bowler. Ryan Reynolds was also in attendance.

R.I.P.D. is Men...

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Apollo Creed's son gets trained by Rocky in a surprisingly beautiful boxing flick.


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A woman and her child trapped alone in a room. That's the plot.



An intimate portrait of the fight for women's voting rights in early 1900s England.



Bond takes a step back, as this blend of cheese and grit does not work.


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