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Under the Stars: Boycotts and Bubblegum
Your numerology cycles July 16–31
Candid scenes with Leonard Cohen and his muse, housing...
Holy Dips at Vancouver Sangam
Sahibs & subalterns; Raj "Ends Well?"
More action from Spider-Man, a pagan cult in Midsommar and...
Your numerology cycles July 1–15
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Beatles tunes and fantasy in Yesterday, a mesmerizing...
All-you-can-eat hors d'oeuvres @ Bard
The Tempest, The Change-Up, Another Earth, plus horror in a tunnel and film noir angst
Ben Whishaw as Ariel and Helen Mirren as Prospera in a reworked The Tempest. How does Shakespeare’s last play fare with them? (Read more)
Aug 5th, 2011
Cowboys & Aliens, The Trip, Project Nim, The Smurfs, Werner Herzog in a cave in 3D, and more
Daniel Craig turns up an old west we’ve never seen before in this week’s biggest film, Cowboys & Aliens. (read more)
Jul 29th, 2011
Captain America, Friends with Benefits, Life Above All and portraits of an Eco-Pirate and a paranoid chess master
Captain America, the comic book hero from the 1940s is brought back in a big new film. To what effect? (read more)
Jul 22nd, 2011
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Winnie the Pooh, Snow Flower and the Secret Fan plus films on newspapers and travel
The boy wizard is now a young man and takes his final movie bow in Harry Potter #8.The series ends on a high. (Read more)
Jul 15th, 2011
Horrible Bosses, Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop, Zookeeper, Small Town Murder Songs and more
Recognize this actor playing one of the Horrible Bosses? To find out who he is and how the movie plays, read more.
Jul 8th, 2011
Transformers Dark of the Moon, Larry Crowne, The Mountie and a Czech retrospective
The shapeshifting toys are back in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, one of the biggest movies of the summer but a blow to history. (read more)
Jul 1st, 2011
Bad Teacher, Cars 2, Beginners, an epic history from China and a rediscovered sci-fi gem
School’s out. Cameron Diaz has an unpleasant view of it all in Bad Teacher.
Jun 24th, 2011
The Tree of Life, Green Lantern, Submarine, films from France and Argentina and Jimmy Stewart rides back
Brad Pitt plays a tough, bully of a father in The Tree of Life, a film that ponders no less than all human existence. (Read more)
Jun 17th, 2011
Super 8, Little White Lies, Loose Cannons and more
Super 8 is the most interesting film of the week thanks to a well-told story, lots of action and some natural young actors. (Read more)
Jun 10th, 2011
Midnight in Paris, Woody Allen’s most entertaining film in years. Also X-Men, Beijing Taxi, Orgasm Inc. and fun with exploitation pictures
Owen Wilson acts out Woody Allen’s words and artistic fantasies in Midnight in Paris. (read more)
Jun 3rd, 2011