You searched for:

Search for…

Narrow Search

  • Broken Flowers

    Bill Murray's minimalism as an actor combines with Jim Jarmusch's as a writer-director to yield a certain redundancy, making this comedy Jarmusch's starkest feature to date. more...
  • The Brothers Grimm (PG-13)

    This brisk, free-falling fantasy (2005) about the famous collators of German fairy tales, played here as a kind of comedy act by Matt Damon and Heath Ledger, is Terry Gilliam's most entertaining work since the glory days of Time Bandits, Brazil, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, and The Fisher King. more...
  • Bubble

    The first in a projected series of six low-budget HDV features to be released simultaneously in theaters, on cable, and on DVD, Steven Soderbergh's quirky 2005 drama, written by Coleman Hough (Full Frontal), is to my taste the best thing he's done in years. more...
  • Bully

    In a tragicomically widening circle, several disaffected teens in suburban south Florida become enmeshed in a volatile struggle that had initially concerned only two of them—a boy and his bully. more...
  • Calle 54

    A celebratory primer (2000) by Spanish director Fernando Trueba (Belle Epoque) on Latin jazz, a genre that can range from a Dizzy Gillespie big-band arrangement to a Charlie Haden ballad. more...
  • The Camden 28

    Anthony Giacchino's dramatic 2006 documentary revisits the 1971 burglary of a draft office in Camden, New Jersey, by Catholic pacifists protesting the Vietnam war. more...
  • Casino Jack (R)

    Not to be confused with Alex Gibney's recent documentary Casino Jack and the United States of Money, this is the dramatic take on Jack Abramoff's high-rolling career as a Washington lobbyist and his precipitous fall amid charges of fraud, conspiracy, and tax evasion. more...
  • Charley Varrick (PG)

    Don Siegel wants to turn the tables on the paranoid fantasies that have animated some of his best films (Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Madigan, Dirty Harry), but he never lets this get in the way of his impressive sense of humor and undisputed mastery at constructing an action film. more...