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Film

The ways of the world

by Tom Horgen
Published November 6, 2003
In over 30 years of filmmaking, director Frederick Wiseman has never met an institution he couldn't deconstruct.

Too clever by half

by Tom Horgen
Published November 6, 2003
Jane Campion tries unsuccessfully to dismantle the serial killer genre from within.

Poetry in motion

by Tom Horgen
Published October 30, 2003
"Sylvia" shuns depth in favor of pretty platitudes.

On the road again

by Tom Horgen
Published October 30, 2003
"Pieces of April" explores the racial politics of eating turkey.

Is different new? Is new good?

by Tom Horgen
Published October 23, 2003
Weisman presents a film series of new and obscure work.

Oh what a night!

by Gabriel Shapiro
Published October 23, 2003
"Party Monster" parts the glittery curtain of New York's club scene.

Drowning in cliches

by Tom Horgen
Published October 23, 2003
Scenery-chewing performances can't keep "Mystic River" from turning into a staid police procedural.

An ocean of possibility

by Niels Strandskov
Published October 23, 2003
The Oak Street's retrospective of Soviet filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky studies his faith and works.

If a man ever needed dying, he did

by Niels Strandskov
Published October 16, 2003
Quentin Tarantino's brutal and bloody "Kill Bill" deifies martial arts movies.

Going back to the roots

by Tom Horgen
Published October 16, 2003
Two classic hip-hop films remind us how everything started.

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