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Unorthodox Orthodox Wedding

Holy Hasidic hot potato, Bat-mensch! Writer/director Rama Burshtein’s Fill the Void is an emotionally potent tale about the collision of individualism and tradition, complicated by amorous affections and familial responsibilities. Tightly woven, with nary a wasted scene to be seen, Burshtein’s film never fetishizes the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community it explores. She refuses to treat the community as a microbe...


Line of Suck-session

The nicest thing that can be said about director Roland Emmerich’s White House Down is that it is the second best Die Hard rip-off set in the Presidential estate released in the last four months. Writer James Vanderbilt has piled words as the ancient Egyptians stacked bricks, building a great pyramid of stupidity to serve as a tomb for the dignity of all involved. The sparse few who have publicly admitted their...


Cutting Room for June 28

  • Not content to simply proclaim himself “Yeezus” and gift his spawn with the name North West, the most humiliating non-Zappa nomenclature, Kanye West isn’t willing to give up another project. According to the rapper/messiah (rapsiah?), he’s still the “creative director” on the film adaptation of The Jetsons. To be fair, if anyone is capable of breathing life into a cartoon, it’s the guy who makes out with Kim...


Moral Compass-shun

You love Brit Marling.

Admittedly, you may not know it yet. You may not have had a chance to watch her acting A-bombs drop in smaller films like Sound of My Voice or Another Earth. It’s even more likely that you don’t know she co-wrote those films too, demonstrating an intellect that compliments innate talent. But there are only two choices: either you love Brit Marling or you will love Brit Marling. The proof...


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