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Playing Gamesnew

The Hunger Games isn't a critical feast.
Boise Weekly  |  George Prentice  |  04-02-2012  |  Reviews

England's Odd Couplenew

Opens Friday at The Flicks
Boise Weekly  |  George Prentice  |  08-03-2011  |  Reviews

It's Been a Banner Year For Brooklyn-Based Movies. But Is There a 'Brooklyn Film'?new

The notably thriving social enclaves of Brooklyn—particularly the areas of Williamsburg and Greenpoint—have grown increasingly gentrified in direct proportion to the down-and-dirty mystique. In that conflict lies a distinct two-headed beast ever-present in the movies of the region.
New York Press  |  Eric Kohn  |  12-10-2009  |  Movies

Some of Your Beeswax: Director Andrew Bujalski Chatsnew

If the word “mumblecore” ever meant anything in the first place, it definitely had something to do with Andrew Bujalski. The lo-fi indie director of Funny Ha Ha and Mutual Appreciation debuted his third feature, Beeswax, in March, and speaks about the film festival favorite.
New York Press  |  Eric Kohn  |  08-06-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Movie Buzz: Is Dane Cook Box Office Poison?

Dane Cook gives the low-concept romantic comedy another try in My Best Friend's Girl, while Samuel L. Jackson scares the neighbors and Ricky Gervais sees dead people.
Metro Spirit  |  Mariah Gardner  |  09-15-2008  |  Movies

Joseph Smith Gets His Close-upnew

The Work and the Glory is the biggest-budget film ever made—for and about Mormons.
Missoula Independent  |  Nicole Panter  |  03-10-2005  |  Movies

Can You Feel It?new

Some of cinema’s most erotic scenes could score a PG rating—sometimes it’s what you don’t see that turns you on
Metroland  |  Jo Page  |  02-23-2005  |  Sex

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