So entertaining that audiences hardly even realize how incendiary it is, "Tim's Vermeer" stirs up a flurry of scandal in the hallowed realm of art history.
From the September 10, 2013 issue of Variety
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The story of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong gets exhaustive and penetrating documentary treatment in Alex Gibney's latest.
An exceptional one-man show for Tom Hardy, this ingeniously executed study in cinematic minimalism has depth, beauty and poise.
Terry Gilliam's latest bit of dystopian whimsy dissolves into a muddle of unfunny jokes and half-baked ideas.
Devoid of color and mirth alike, Pawel Pawlikowski's severe "Ida" is just the sort of joyless art film one might expect Polish nuns living under the clutches of 1960s communism to appreciate.
This JFK assassination retelling makes "Bobby" look like a masterpiece by comparison.
Although its often unintelligible dialogue will severely limit its reach, this powerful dysfunctional-family saga is too well acted to go unreleased.
An extremely faithful, suitably raw but still relatively hemmed-in adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's chilling 1973 novel.
This smug but effective middlebrow crowdpleaser shrewdly mines its real-life material for laughs and righteous anger as well as tears.
Lukas Moodysson makes a sweet, spirited return to form with this utterly delightful evocation of early teenage life.
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