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  • 'Foxcatcher' is a rigidly surreal masterpiece of sustained dread

    'Foxcatcher' is a rigidly surreal masterpiece of sustained dread
    "Foxcatcher," a viscous movie about the myth of American exceptionalism, really gets going when down-on-his-luck Olympic gold-medal-winning wrestling lug Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum) and John du Pont (Steve Carrell), a wrestling enthusiast and manipulative maniac millionaire and self-declared "patriot," start snorting coke in a helicopter on their way to Washington, D.C., to meet with a bunch of right-wing maniacs at a banquet. The American aristocrat (yes, he's of those du Ponts) forces Schultz to repeat his many titles in life ("Ornithologist, philatelist, philanthropist") over and over and over again, du Pont hoovering more coke in his big schnoz the whole time, intoning the words along with Schultz, the syllables folding onto one another, hubristic intensity giving way to coke-drip giddiness. It feels real yet over the top, hilarious and horrifying, and it's here that "Foxcatcher" reaches its most sustained and fevered insanity. It is a broader, louder, more mindbending moment than the third-act murder that ostensibly makes this tale worth turning into a movie.
  • Ten Years Ago In City Paper: Jan. 30, 2002

    Molly Rath's feature untangles what's fundamentally wrong with Maryland's juvenile-justice system. In Mobtown Beat, Afefe Tyehimba looks at efforts to restore ex-felons' voting rights in Maryland. The Nose smokes Comptroller William Donald Schaefer's...

    How many pork sliders can you eat before you shit your pants or run out of business cards?: Sundance Part 2

    It's that time of year again when the hill girls of Utah descend on Park City for a glimpse of a person whose face they recognize from TV.  But for the little crowd of twenty-somethings bunched outside the press line for the premiere of Jeff Nichols'...

    Jonathan Teplitzky makes a decidedly 21st-century World War II movie

    The Railway Man Directed by Jonathan Teplitzky Opens April 25 at Landmark Theatres Harbor East Early on in The Railway Man, bespectacled, mustachioed Eric Lomax (a dusty Colin Firth) sits across from a stranger, Patti (Nicole Kidman, sporting a brunette...

    Getting down with Submarine's captain

    Read a review of Submarine Richard Ayoade has been working in the entertainment industry since 1999—first as an actor (in roles such as Moss on the hit British comedy The IT Crowd), and more recently writing and directing for television series,...