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  • Peter Debruge's Top 10 Films of 2014

    Tastes change. Not just those of the moviegoing public, who've gotten so wise to the sales pitches and story formulas that the town has had no choice but to adapt, propelling a self-aware superhero movie, "Guardians of the Galaxy," above the likes of Cap and Spidey at the box office, and making sly, meta-minded directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller -- responsible for ultra-blockbuster "The Lego Movie" and wink-wink sequel "22 Jump Street" -- the hottest helming duo in town. But over time, critics' tastes change, too.
  • When ego drives art

    When ego drives art
    Not many moviegoers know the play, but the 1948 Moss Hart comedy "Light Up the Sky" concerns the painful birth of a Broadway-bound post-apocalyptic allegory called "The Time Is Now." It may well be a work of genius. It may also be a pretentious stiff...

    'Birdman' boasts electric pace and a Keaton comeback

    Michael Keaton comes storming back to pop-culture relevance in a role as a washed-up actor looking to reclaim his Hollywood super-hero glory days by way of the Broadway stage. "Birdman" – with the subtitle "or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)"...

    Review: 'Birdman' ★★★

    Review: 'Birdman' ★★★
    "Birdman" proves that a movie — the grabbiest, most kinetic film ever made about putting on a play — can soar on the wings of its own technical prowess, even as the banality of its ideas threatens to drag it back down to earth. Much of...

    'Birdman': Critics flock to praise Michael Keaton black comedy

    "Birdman," Alejandro G. Inarritu's black comedy starring Michael Keaton as a washed-up superhero actor trying to get his mojo back with a Broadway play, has been in fine feather since debuting to rave reviews at the Venice Film Festival in August. Now...