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  • Film Review: 'These Final Hours'

    "Been there, done that" probably shouldn't be one's first response to the apocalypse, though it's been rehearsed enough times onscreen by now to feel a familiar threat. A concise Australian thriller spanning the last day (or half-day, to be precise) on Earth, "These Final Hours" conjures some sparks of panic with its story of one man seeking last-minute redemption amid a society reduced to anarchic violence and/or hard partying. Ultimately, however, Zak Hilditch's brash debut presents the end of the world very much as we know it. Technically auspicious but narratively hollow, "Hours" struck a U.S. distribution deal with genre specialists Well Go USA Entertainment following its bow at Cannes; VOD reps its best chance of finding an international audience.
  • Cannes Unveils Critics' Week Lineup

    PARIS -- A duo of hotly anticipated arthouse genre movies, Danish helmer Jonas Alexander Arnby's "When Animals Dream" and American filmmaker David Robert Mitchell's "It Follows," are among the seven films set to compete in Cannes' Critics Week sidebar....

    'Mud' starring Matthew McConaughey is pleasing

    Mud Lionsgate, $19.98; Blu-ray, $24.99 Available on VOD beginning Aug. 6 One of the best pieces of news of this movie year has been the quiet box office success of writer-director Jeff Nichols' coming-of-age drama, starring Matthew McConaughey as...

    'Mud': Matthew McConaughey evokes Newman and McQueen

    'Mud': Matthew McConaughey evokes Newman and McQueen
    In "Mud," an evocative highlight of the American movie year so far, Matthew McConaughey slips easily into the role of a haunted, lovelorn killer on the lam, hiding out on an island in the Mississippi River along the Arkansas Delta region. Two...

    Review: 'The Iceman' can't heat up, even with Michael Shannon

    Review: 'The Iceman' can't heat up, even with Michael Shannon
    Michael Shannon has basically rewritten the book on how to portray dark, volatile men in film with his unerring way of channeling rage and repression. It was never more chilling, or more fully realized, than his turn as a family man both paralyzed and...