Philip Seymour Hoffman makes an engagingly modest directorial debut.
Plays like an account of the most pressing issue of the day as viewed from an upholstered armchair.
Humorous pic maintains an unemphatic but steady grip on its protag's emotional awakening.
Director Spencer Susser spikes every scene with gratuitous provocations and repetitive vulgarities.
An admirable if fundamentally academic exploration of Allen Ginsberg's signal work.
Film reps a weirdly intriguing mix of previous post-apocalyptic pics.
There is something to enjoy about this flagrant makeover of fiction's first modern detective.
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An occasionally funny farce about an extramarital affair between formerly married fiftysomethings.
Sophisticated, sexy and stylishly decked out.
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