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  • 'Fresh Dressed' documentary explores hip-hop fashion through the years

    Long before Jay Z was rapping about fashion designer Tom Ford, Pharrell Williams was pitching for Chanel or Kanye West was a front-row fixture at Givenchy, kids were customizing jean jackets with spray paint and accessorizing shell-toed Adidas shoes...
  • 'Infinitely Polar Bear' emphasizes resilience with bipolar dad

    'Infinitely Polar Bear' emphasizes resilience with bipolar dad
    Recalling her 1970s childhood, screenwriter Maya Forbes makes her directorial debut with a work of fond nostalgia about a difficult time in "Infinitely Polar Bear," which views the fallout of mental illness through the bright prism of family resilience...
  • Al Pacino and Holly Hunter unlock the tenderness of 'Manglehorn'

    Al Pacino and Holly Hunter unlock the tenderness of 'Manglehorn'
    Al Pacino follows up his recent, nicely tuned turn in "Danny Collins" with another sensitively rooted performance, playing a lonely locksmith with a tamper-proof heart in director David Gordon Green's "Manglehorn." In the tenderly observed character...
  • French comedy captures goofy, wild spirit of 'Girls'

    French comedy captures goofy, wild spirit of 'Girls'
    At the outset of the breezily comic French film "Macaroni and Cheese" ("Les Coquillettes"), three girlfriends sit around a Parisian apartment one night. Drinking and smoking cigarettes (and cooking up some macaroni and cheese), they recount their...
  • 'Ted 2' is overstuffed and absurd but wickedly funny

    One joke in "Ted 2" potentially offends women, African Americans, couples struggling with infertility, sufferers of blood disorders, people who make medical shelving and the Kardashians. I laughed so hard at it that I waited for security to emerge from...
  • 'The Tribe' an unusual, powerful look at criminality

    'The Tribe' an unusual, powerful look at criminality
    There's nothing like "The Tribe," the astounding debut feature from Ukrainian writer-director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy about a mob operating within a crumbling school for the deaf. One need not read it as a metaphor for the director's homeland to...
  • 'The Midnight Swim' a mystery with supernatural touches

    'The Midnight Swim' a mystery with supernatural touches
    Revolving around three sisters' reunion after the drowning of their estranged mother, "The Midnight Swim" depicts the events through a home movie filmed from the point of view of June (Lindsay Burge), the family archivist. Unconvinced that their mother,...
  • Cut worthless 'L.A. Slasher' from any might-see list

     Cut worthless 'L.A. Slasher' from any might-see list
    Centered on a serial killer who preys only on pop media stars created by the entertainment industrial complex, "L.A. Slasher" gives the impression that writer-director Martin Owen filmed it off a particularly misanthropic and juvenile one-page script...
  • Inexplicable behavior somehow never trips up 'Bound to Vengeance'

    Inexplicable behavior somehow never trips up 'Bound to Vengeance'
    Much like the protagonist in "Oldboy," twentysomething Eve (Tina Ivlev) escapes an abductor, Phil (Richard Tyson), at the beginning of "Bound to Vengeance." But immediately upon realizing she's stranded in the middle of nowhere, she returns to the...
  • 'The Little Death' arouses interest as much as it disappoints

    'The Little Death' arouses interest as much as it disappoints
    No sexual fantasy goes unpunished — or at least greatly mismanaged — in the dark Aussie comedy "The Little Death." Writer-director-actor Josh Lawson takes on romantic ennui, fetishism, commitment phobia, couples counseling and more with...
  • Kate Winslet puts the bloom on otherwise staid 'Little Chaos'

    Kate Winslet puts the bloom on otherwise staid 'Little Chaos'
    The dependably compelling Kate Winslet tangles with vines and branches in "A Little Chaos," getting dirt on her 17th century frocks and under her nails. As the fictional landscape designer Sabine de Barra, hired to create the Rockwork Grove amphitheater...