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    REVIEW | Circle Jerk: Rodger Grossman's "What We Do Is Secret"

    The world certainly isn't wanting for hagiographies of Seventies punk-rock trailblazers, but rarely has one felt as inauthentic as Rodger Grossman's feature debut, "What We Do Is Secret." Grossman short-changes his subject by framing the tragic, brief musical career and suicide of the Germs' front m...

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    DISPATCH FROM MICHIGAN | Michael Moore's Peeps Have Their Turn in the Spotlight at Traverse City

    Make way for the Michigan film mafia. The Traverse City Film Festival, headed by Michael Moore, concluded its fourth edition on Sunday, bringing a large dose of cinematic excitement to this lakeshore town, otherwise known for its cherry crop. Moore, wearing a scruffy beard, had his celebrity eclipse...

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    REVIEW | Corked: Randall Miller's "Bottle Shock"

    In "Bottle Shock," director and co-scripter Randall Miller -- of such disparate (and dismal) output as the Sinbad-starring "Houseguest" and painfully twee indie "Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing and Charm School" -- seemingly extrapolates Virginia Madsen's centerpiece soliloquy on wine from "Sidew...

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    Who Does Barack Need? Jonas Mekas.

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    Poster of the Week

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    Movie Pick: Frozen River

    Is there such a thing as a "female sensibility" in film? Certainly, there are male filmmakers and writers who are gifted at representing women on the screen.

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    Enzian Accolades

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    NY NY | Animation Block Party Sets Record, Lou Reed Visits Film Forum, and Lincoln Center Celebrates

    The summer heat continues in New York, as its cinematic institutions continue to offer the option of escaping or embracing it. The 5th Annual Animation Block Party had a record screening outdoors on Friday night in conjunction with Rooftop Films, while Lou Reed showed up at Film Forum for a prickly...

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    Walking After "Midnight."

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