Amazingly, Isabelle Huppert’s career is peaking at an age (63!) when many actresses find themselves struggling to stay employed.
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A Man Called Ove‘s darkness and humor are balanced artfully, a merit one often sees in Scandinavian film.
The performances by Ange Dargent and Théophile Baquet could not be better.
The Fallen Idol is one of the best achieved examples in cinema of seeing the world through the eyes of a child.
This new restoration of Dragon Inn is not to be missed on the big screen.
I appreciate the effort to bring back this rarely seen early Godard. But there are reasons this movie hasn’t been previously revived.
Are men totally useless in Zero Motivation? Well, they can come in handy when you want to use one of them as a sexual object.
By Justin Marble. Waiting for Superman. Directed by Davis Guggenheim. At Coolidge Corner Theatre and Kendall Square Cinema through October. The new documentary from Davis Guggenheim, who previously directed An Inconvenient Truth, focuses on the slipping standards and gaping flaws in the American education system. Many have noted that test scores in America are well […]
by Justin Marble May 7, “The Exploding Girl” at Kendall Square Cinema: Zoe Kazan, the granddaughter of famous film director Elia Kazan, won the Best Actress award at the Tribeca Film Festival for her portrayal of Zoe, a young college student who returns home for spring break. While there, her feelings alternate between her longtime, […]
By Justin Marble March 2–4: “Children of Invention” at the Brattle: Young filmmaker Tze Chun’s first feature was shot on location in Boston and focuses on a single mother with two small children struggling to make ends meet. When she doesn’t return home one night from her con-artist-esque job, it falls to the older brother […]