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Kaiju Shakedown: The Naked Movies

By Grady Hendrix on Jul 27, 2015

The assassins: Wong Jing’s lurid trio of films feature take-no-prisoners heroines who leave bodies in their wake (and expose their own)

Frank at 100: Sinatra on Screen

By Steven Mears on Jul 27, 2015

Beyond the cool cat: a look at the performer’s stirring roles in a screen career still too often lost in the music

Film of the Week: The Look of Silence

By Jonathan Romney on Jul 24, 2015

Ways of seeing: Joshua Oppenheimer revisits the Indonesian genocide through the eyes of a victim's brother with a piercing calm

Bombast: Where Were You in ’82?

By Nick Pinkerton on Jul 23, 2015

The filth and the fury: a look at hardcore documentaries and the musical scene(s) behind them

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Deep Focus: Southpaw

By Michael Sragow on Jul 23, 2015

Rigged: Antoine Fuqua’s boxing picture could have had a contender in Jake Gyllenhaal, but its routine melodrama is locked into place

Interview: Pedro Costa

By Neil Bahadur on Jul 21, 2015

Saudade on acid (or maybe just morphine): Costa speaks about the final installment of his Fontainhas tetralogy, Horse Money

Festivals: Il Cinema Ritrovato

By Genevieve Yue on Jul 20, 2015

The 29th annual Bologna showcase of restorations and preservations spanned divas, war crimes, and marital mix-ups from across the globe

The Mystery of the Great Pyramid

By Pedro Costa on Jul 17, 2015

An essay by the Horse Money director about a beguiling Howard Hawks film, showing at the Film Society of Lincoln Center

Film of the Week: Horse Money

By Jonathan Romney on Jul 16, 2015

Night shifts: the third entry in Pedro Costa's Fontainhas series sends his characters into the darkness amidst memories of colonialism, revolution, and bureaucracy

Deep Focus: Mr. Holmes

By Michael Sragow on Jul 16, 2015

Mystery man: Ian McKellen plays Arthur Conan Doyle's famed detective, searching for answers of a different sort

Review: Trainwreck

By Violet Lucca on Jul 15, 2015

She's not so unusual: Amy Schumer's character in her feature debut is her own worst enemy, but can the same be said of the movie?

Rep Diary: Ford and Ireland

By Max Nelson on Jul 15, 2015

Irish eyes: how the Hollywood giant's portrayal of his ancestral country shifted over the course of his extraordinary career

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