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    Why Zach Braff's 'Garden State' Follow-up 'Wish I Was Here' is Cause for Concern

    Ten years have passed since "Garden State." Was it worth the wait for another Zach Braff movie?

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    Michel Gondry's Playhouse: 'Mood Indigo'

    Michel Gondry's "Mood Indigo" resembles a genius' workshop filled with old-fashioned toys. There are no glistening computer-generated effects here; as in most of his films, the evidence of Gondry's wildly inventive visual imagination gives us quirky hand-made objects that seem to have lives of thei...

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    Karlovy Vary Review: Multiple Venice Winner ‘Still Life’ Starring Eddie Marsan

    Not wishing to start off on a total downer, let us say that for much of its running time, “Still Life” is just about bearable. Now that’s partly because, catching up with the four-time Venice award-winner [drops to knees, bellows “Why?” at the heavens] at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival...

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    Stream This: Ari Folman's Soaring, Ambitious 'The Congress,' Starring Robin Wright as Many Versions of Herself

    At long last, Ari Folman's "The Congress," the Israeli auteur's half-animated followup to his fully animated "Waltz with Bashir" (2008), is available to stream. This electrifying fantasy about an actress (Robin Wright) who sells her soul to the studio system offers plenty of visual derring-do and op...

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    Criticwire Classic Film of the Week: 'The General'

    Revisiting Buster Keaton's 1926 stunt spectacular.

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    Karlovy Vary Review: Concert Movie ‘Björk: Biophilia Live’

    For better or worse, we do approach any new project from impish Icelandic enchantress Björk with an expectation of weird. And it’s an expectation that her Biophilia album and concert tour, of which this film is a record, clearly delivered on. Prologued by a David Attenborough voiceover, it's really ...

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    Review: Is Ari Folman's 'The Congress,' Now on VOD, The Most Anti-Hollywood Movie Ever Made?

    The director of "Waltz With Bashir" collaborates with Robin Wright on an animated movie that has no real precedent.

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    Richard Linklater's BOYHOOD Recreates the Experience of Reading

    If I say that watching Richard Linklater’s remarkable new film "Boyhood," which traces the life of a boy named Mason from age 6 to 18 in rapidly changing segments, is like reading a book, I need to clarify.

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    Recap: ‘The Leftovers,’ Season 1, Episode 3, ‘Two Boats And A Helicopter’

    With just two episodes so far, Damon Lindelof’s “The Leftovers” has already laid out a strong handful of mysteries, the central one being what exactly happened on October 14th that caused 2% of the world’s population to vanish. But as Lindelof has been stressing since even the show first aired, that...

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    As the Central Couple Comes Into Sharper Focus, 'Masters of Sex' Amps Up the Acclaim for Season 2

    The primary couple in "Masters of Sex" continues to be the main attraction, but the show around them seems to have improved going into Season 2.

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