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  • 'I Believe in Unicorns' is a fanciful teenage romance

    'I Believe in Unicorns' is a fanciful teenage romance
    A coming-of-age story about learning about love the hard way, "I Believe in Unicorns" feels like a teen movie made for an adult audience. It reminisces on a kind of loss of innocence not really seen since the advent of the Internet. Indeed, our budding...
  • 'Charlie, Trevor and a Girl Savannah' a messy head trip

    'Charlie, Trevor and a Girl Savannah' a messy head trip
    "The challenge is you need to identify and separate the layers of your reality, your imagination, your dream state and this nightmare," psychotherapist McMillian (Eric Roberts) advises Trevor Jacobs (Toby Hemingway), whose messy, indecipherable head trips...
  • 'Every Last Child' a powerful look at polio fight in Pakistan

    'Every Last Child' a powerful look at polio fight in Pakistan
    As one of the three countries still grappling with endemic polio, Pakistan alone accounts for more than 80% of the world's infections. Filmmaker Tom Roberts' documentary, "Every Last Child," follows the often perilous campaign to administer polio...
  • 'Eden' spins a poetic tale of France's early electronic music scene

     'Eden' spins a poetic tale of France's early electronic music scene
    Among the pulsating lights, hypnotic rhythms and seductive movements of a nightclub in full swing, there is often a figure, alone and apart, who keeps it going. The party ends, the dancers go home, but the DJ remains to pack up. Covering some 20 years...
  • '11th Hour' could use more time to reach its conclusion

     '11th Hour' could use more time to reach its conclusion
    In "The 11th Hour" starring Kim Basinger, motherhood is conceived as a mystical, harrowing addiction of sorts, a yearning for feminine purpose that can drive one to the darkest depths for a fix. Basinger plays Maria, an American businesswoman in...
  • 'Wanted 18' hoofs it through Israeli hunt for cows on the lam

    'Wanted 18' hoofs it through Israeli hunt for cows on the lam
    The documentary "The Wanted 18" tells the incredible, thrilling real-life adventure of 18 bovine fugitives that led hundreds of Israeli troops and two helicopters on a wild-goose chase for eight days in the 1980s. Under Israeli occupation,...
  • 'The New Rijksmuseum' shows what ego, red tape and 375 million euros wrought

    'The New Rijksmuseum' shows what ego, red tape and 375 million euros wrought
    Chronicling the 10-year renovation of an Amsterdam landmark, the TV documentary "The New Rijksmuseum" first unspooled in the United States in 2013 as a two-part, 228-minute opus. A year and a half later, director Oeke Hoogendijk has whittled it down to...
  • Change is in the air as the Yes Men return

    Change is in the air as the Yes Men return
    To the ire and embarrassment of politicians, media outlets and multinational corporations, Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum (a.k.a. the Yes Men) have been plying their brilliantly satirical brand of performance-art activism for more than 15 years. The...
  • 'Overnight's' male nudity: Adam Scott, Jason Schwartzman overshare a little

    'Overnight's' male nudity: Adam Scott, Jason Schwartzman overshare a little
    When a movie calls for full-frontal male nudity, it's usually a blink-and-you-miss-it scenario. Just last fall, moviegoers took to the Twittersphere to debate whether they'd actually gotten a glimpse of Ben Affleck's manhood during a shower scene in...
  • 'Rubble Kings' details the gritty Bronx of the 1960s and '70s

     'Rubble Kings' details the gritty Bronx of the 1960s and '70s
    The documentary "Rubble Kings" revisits the lawless gangland that was the Bronx in the 1960s and '70s through former street thugs who lived it. The film's subjects attribute the neighborhood's unraveling to urban planner Robert Moses' Cross Bronx...
  • 'Revenge of the Mekons' a loving tribute to cult band

    'Revenge of the Mekons' a loving tribute to cult band
    Punk and folk music don't seem like the most intuitive coupling, but for the long-running band the Mekons, the combination makes sense musically and politically. Director Joe Angio's loving tribute, "Revenge of the Mekons," explores the cult band's...