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  • Laid but Lonely

    Three ballyhooed new art films have an old theme in common.
  • Where the Kids Are

    What could be more fun than Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie trying to kill each other? A castle that walks, for one.
  • Weird and Wild

    It's hard to get a handle on the greatest living Russian filmmaker, but but that shouldn't stop anyone from trying.
  • Carnal Capital

    Jean-Luc Godard's view of the 60s is consumerist; Hal Hartley's new send-up of modern consumerism is sexy.
  • Identity Politics

    Three documentaries look at how radicals are defined--and redefined.
  • Give Up the Gimmick

    Woody Allen tries his hand at a puzzle movie a la Memento or The Jacket, but put the pieces together and what have you got?
  • The Past Recaptured

    Alain Resnais, the most gifted misunderstood French filmmaker alive, turns a silly 20s farce into a dreamlike evocation of classic Hollywood musicals.
  • Welcome, Stranger

    Two family flicks explore the upside of home invasion.
  • The Winter of His Discontent

    Jean-Luc Godard has gotten less combatitve and more meditative in his old age.
  • Silents Are Golden

    Yasujiro Oju is best known for his talkies, but in some ways his silent films are even better.
  • Communication Breakdown

    It's hard to tell whether James L. Brooks is telling lies well or truths badly.
  • Tales From the Vault

    What does a neglected indie classic about Native Americans have in common with a couple of occult B movies?