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The Latest Reviews

  • UndertheSkinthumb

    UNDER THE SKIN

    It's Alive
    April 3, 2014 by Mark Lukenbill

    If Under the Skin were not at the mercy of a plot that eventually takes it to a very decisive and definite end, it feels as though it could continue existing eternally: hiding in plain sight and gnawing at the edges... Read more

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    MISTAKEN FOR STRANGERS

    Kid Brother
    March 27, 2014 by Jesse Klein

    Tom Berninger’s self-effacing, filter-less approach enable him as filmmaker and subject to go beyond a tepid tour documentary and to look at what it’s like to live in the shadow of a brother’s fame, of what... Read more

  • HideYourSmilingFacesthumb

    HIDE YOUR SMILING FACES

    Nature as Character/Theme: Malick and His Pupils
    March 26, 2014 by Mike S. Ryan

    In Hide Your Smiling Faces, despite the existence of several potentially explosive plot elements, nature and its omnipresence remain front and center throughout. Read more

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    IT FELT LIKE LOVE

    To Be Young
    March 18, 2014 by Jesse Klein

    Eliza Hittman’s It Felt Like Love lives is an unadorned, gut-wrenching depiction of what it’s like to be young and look around you, and have no idea where you are, who you are with, or how you got here. Read more

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    ELAINE STRITCH: SHOOT ME

    That's Entertaining!
    February 21, 2014 by Michael Tully

    As we get to know Elaine Stritch even better behind the scenes, it’s clear that she couldn’t keep her warts covered if she tried. Read more

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    BUTTER ON THE LATCH

    Sordid Letters From Balkan Camp
    February 12, 2014 by Mark Lukenbill

    The internal loops of logic that keep audiences and critics hunting for similar movies or points of reference are totally irrelevant in this case: this is—incredibly, given that it’s her first narrative... Read more