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Dirty Linen (p.88) - "Martin's lyrical themes hew closely to love, loss, and the passage of time, but her narratives switch perspectives with alacrity."35.09892

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Uncut (p.104) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The centrepiece is the pairing of Bruce Springsteen and Pete Seeger for Woody Guthrie favourite 'Hobo's Lullaby'. Moving and quietly inflamed, it epitomises this strong, humane compilation."No Depression (p.99) - "Not surprisingly, themes of strife and poverty abound, but what's most striking about these songs is the absence of pathos and the prevailing sense of hope."21.64276

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"[I]ntellectually ambitious...all the more notable for setting well-drawn fictional characters in a fraught, real moment in civil rights history." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "[I]t's clear Hamilton wants to reach beyond the arthouse to people who've experienced stories like hers first hand." -- Grade: BA.V. Club "This film, which was written and directed by Tanya Hamilton, merits admiration as an ambitious debut feature..."Wall Street Journal "Ms. Hamilton tells a modest, complex story with admirable clarity and nuance. That her film is so quiet, so evidently invested in contemplation rather than confrontation, gives it power as well as insight."New York Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "The film leads to no showy conclusion, no spectacular climax. It is about movement possible within the soul even in difficult times."Chicago Sun-Times "It's a small independent film that believes you can mix the personal and the political to potent effect....NIGHT CATCHES US manages to be both pertinent and dramatically persuasive."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his intelligent, emotional drama should resonate strongly with fans of character-driven stories and those interested in tales of American political struggle."Box Office "Washington is well cast as the clipped, deflective den mother..."Movieline17.38432

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"[I]ntellectually ambitious...all the more notable for setting well-drawn fictional characters in a fraught, real moment in civil rights history." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "[I]ntellectually ambitious...all the more notable for setting well-drawn fictional characters in a fraught, real moment in civil rights history." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "[I]t's clear Hamilton wants to reach beyond the arthouse to people who've experienced stories like hers first hand." -- Grade: BA.V. Club "[I]t's clear Hamilton wants to reach beyond the arthouse to people who've experienced stories like hers first hand." -- Grade: BA.V. Club "This film, which was written and directed by Tanya Hamilton, merits admiration as an ambitious debut feature..."Wall Street Journal "This film, which was written and directed by Tanya Hamilton, merits admiration as an ambitious debut feature..."Wall Street Journal "Ms. Hamilton tells a modest, complex story with admirable clarity and nuance. That her film is so quiet, so evidently invested in contemplation rather than confrontation, gives it power as well as insight."New York Times "Ms. Hamilton tells a modest, complex story with admirable clarity and nuance. That her film is so quiet, so evidently invested in contemplation rather than confrontation, gives it power as well as insight."New York Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "The film leads to no showy conclusion, no spectacular climax. It is about movement possible within the soul even in difficult times."Chicago Sun-Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "The film leads to no showy conclusion, no spectacular climax. It is about movement possible within the soul even in difficult times."Chicago Sun-Times "It's a small independent film that believes you can mix the personal and the political to potent effect....NIGHT CATCHES US manages to be both pertinent and dramatically persuasive."Los Angeles Times "It's a small independent film that believes you can mix the personal and the political to potent effect....NIGHT CATCHES US manages to be both pertinent and dramatically persuasive."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his intelligent, emotional drama should resonate strongly with fans of character-driven stories and those interested in tales of American political struggle."Box Office 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his intelligent, emotional drama should resonate strongly with fans of character-driven stories and those interested in tales of American political struggle."Box Office "[I]ntellectually ambitious...all the more notable for setting well-drawn fictional characters in a fraught, real moment in civil rights history." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "[I]ntellectually ambitious...all the more notable for setting well-drawn fictional characters in a fraught, real moment in civil rights history." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "[I]t's clear Hamilton wants to reach beyond the arthouse to people who've experienced stories like hers first hand." -- Grade: BA.V. Club "[I]t's clear Hamilton wants to reach beyond the arthouse to people who've experienced stories like hers first hand." -- Grade: BA.V. Club "Ms. Hamilton tells a modest, complex story with admirable clarity and nuance. That her film is so quiet, so evidently invested in contemplation rather than confrontation, gives it power as well as insight."New York Times "Ms. Hamilton tells a modest, complex story with admirable clarity and nuance. That her film is so quiet, so evidently invested in contemplation rather than confrontation, gives it power as well as insight."New York Times "Washington is well cast as the clipped, deflective den mother..."Movieline "Washington is well cast as the clipped, deflective den mother..."Movieline "This film, which was written and directed by Tanya Hamilton, merits admiration as an ambitious debut feature..."Wall Street Journal "This film, which was written and directed by Tanya Hamilton, merits admiration as an ambitious debut feature..."Wall Street Journal 3 stars out of 4 -- "The film leads to no showy conclusion, no spectacular climax. It is about movement possible within the soul even in difficult times."Chicago Sun-Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "The film leads to no showy conclusion, no spectacular climax. It is about movement possible within the soul even in difficult times."Chicago Sun-Times "Washington is well cast as the clipped, deflective den mother..."Movieline "Washington is well cast as the clipped, deflective den mother..."Movieline "It's a small independent film that believes you can mix the personal and the political to potent effect....NIGHT CATCHES US manages to be both pertinent and dramatically persuasive."Los Angeles Times "It's a small independent film that believes you can mix the personal and the political to potent effect....NIGHT CATCHES US manages to be both pertinent and dramatically persuasive."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his intelligent, emotional drama should resonate strongly with fans of character-driven stories and those interested in tales of American political struggle."Box Office 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his intelligent, emotional drama should resonate strongly with fans of character-driven stories and those interested in tales of American political struggle."Box Office13.0654

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Rolling Stone (p.68) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "On APOLLO, L.A. scenemakers Squeak E. Clean and DJ Zegon pull in a wild roster of stars for what feels like a playful unity jam."Alternative Press (p.111) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "The bongo-crazy 'Money' features the unlikely pairing of David Byrne and Chuck D.; fortunately, both are on top of their game."CMJ - "Recorded in Jamaica, Brazil, the US and Sweden, APOLLO has obtained a startlingly cohesive cross-continental sound."13.05387

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Dirty Linen (8/03, p.83) - "...Peoples has lost none of his passion....Like every release from this master, WAITING FOR A CALL is a must..."0.2158521

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Uncut (magazine) (p.95) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Hall's hangdog monotone is put to good use on a cover of Captain & Tenille's 'Love Will Keep Us Together'."0.1839479

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"[R]are early footage offers us a glimpse of what all the fuss was about." Uncut0.156921

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Rolling Stone (12/7/00, pp.116-7) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...[Their] greatest gift may be the ability to bring star perfromances out of their collaborators....what they lack in structure and rhyme they make up for in flow and personality....in insight, there is veracity and verve..."Vibe (10/00, p.167) - 3 records of 5 - "...Rekindles the magic that first made people love them....[They] are more polished but no less thugged out....the duo give us the volatility we all expect."0.1562829

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"[A] low-key study of underdog pride....Shane Jacobson's committed performance reminds us what's winning about lovable lugs....Los Angeles Times0.1424715

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"...THE EXORCIST retains the power to turn heads--and stomachs....A new shocker has been included: the infamous "spider walk," in which Blair's Regan descends the stairs like a crazed crab, bent over backward, mouth gushing blood..." USA Today "...THE EXORCIST remains the ultimate exploitation-nightmare vision of the onslaught of adolescence....[It speaks] to a larger, if unconscious, collective fear..." -- Rating: A- Entertainment Weekly "...THE EXORCIST was and is a brilliant horror film, one with an archetypal ability to reach and disturb us. It will survive as long as people care about well-made movies..." Chicago Sun-Times0.1391089

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"...THE EXORCIST retains the power to turn heads--and stomachs....A new shocker has been included: the infamous "spider walk," in which Blair's Regan descends the stairs like a crazed crab, bent over backward, mouth gushing blood..." USA Today "...THE EXORCIST remains the ultimate exploitation-nightmare vision of the onslaught of adolescence....[It speaks] to a larger, if unconscious, collective fear..." -- Rating: A- Entertainment Weekly "...THE EXORCIST was and is a brilliant horror film, one with an archetypal ability to reach and disturb us. It will survive as long as people care about well-made movies..." Chicago Sun-Times0.1391089

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Entertainment Weekly (2/14/92, p.55) - "...a glitterting, kaleidoscopic set of dance tracks..." - Rating: B+Q - One of Q Magazine's 50 best albums of 1991.Alternative Press (7/95, p.116) - "...a pop odyssey generating inspired, witty music informed by the past, but built for the future..."Melody Maker (12/91) - Ranked #17 in Melody Maker's list of the top 30 albums of 1991 - "...a dazzling diverse display of sampladelic imagination."Q (Magazine) (p.139) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Fusing '60s girl group pop with cut-ups and samples, their records reimagined Burt Bacharach as a house producer."Pitchfork (Website) - "[A] UK indie pop record with a particularly unique sound and vision -- the joys and pangs of cusp-of-adulthood love and loss, delivered with a clued-in-ingenue mix of wide-eyed enthusiasm and knowing languor by Sarah Cracknell..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.95) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Ambient music holds a firm grip over many of the segues...the album's most famous for the pure sampleadelic pop of 'Nothing Can Stop Us'..."0.1324704

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"What's surprising and satisfying about this film are its determination to deal with unconventional material in a classical way."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "This is a film for intelligent people who are naturally curious about happens when the shutters close....Eastwood and his actors achieve a tone that doesn't force the material but embraces it..."Chicago Sun-Times "[I]t calmly examines death, grief and melancholy, packing an unexpectedly profound emotional gut-punch."USA Today "[I]t has the power to haunt the skeptical, to mystify the credulous and to fascinate everyone in between..."New York Times "Mr. Damon brings calm intelligence to his role..."Wall Street Journal 3 stars out of 4 -- "It's typical of Eastwood's mastery as a director that his approach to the topic is introspective, not inflammatory....It's the quiet moments that draw us in."Rolling Stone "Damon -- reunited with director Clint Eastwood following their work on INVICTUS -- makes a sincere, low-key medium, conveying information like a reporter rather than a precious mystic."Entertainment Weekly "The film never is less than intriguing, right from its tour de force opening sequence, and often full of insights into why people long for answers, sometimes with great urgency."Hollywood Reporter0.1233674

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"What's surprising and satisfying about this film are its determination to deal with unconventional material in a classical way."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "This is a film for intelligent people who are naturally curious about happens when the shutters close....Eastwood and his actors achieve a tone that doesn't force the material but embraces it..."Chicago Sun-Times "[I]t calmly examines death, grief and melancholy, packing an unexpectedly profound emotional gut-punch."USA Today "[I]t has the power to haunt the skeptical, to mystify the credulous and to fascinate everyone in between..."New York Times "Mr. Damon brings calm intelligence to his role..."Wall Street Journal 3 stars out of 4 -- "It's typical of Eastwood's mastery as a director that his approach to the topic is introspective, not inflammatory....It's the quiet moments that draw us in."Rolling Stone "Damon -- reunited with director Clint Eastwood following their work on INVICTUS -- makes a sincere, low-key medium, conveying information like a reporter rather than a precious mystic."Entertainment Weekly "The film never is less than intriguing, right from its tour de force opening sequence, and often full of insights into why people long for answers, sometimes with great urgency."Hollywood Reporter0.1233674

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"What's surprising and satisfying about this film are its determination to deal with unconventional material in a classical way."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "This is a film for intelligent people who are naturally curious about happens when the shutters close....Eastwood and his actors achieve a tone that doesn't force the material but embraces it..."Chicago Sun-Times "[I]t calmly examines death, grief and melancholy, packing an unexpectedly profound emotional gut-punch."USA Today "[I]t has the power to haunt the skeptical, to mystify the credulous and to fascinate everyone in between..."New York Times "Mr. Damon brings calm intelligence to his role..."Wall Street Journal 3 stars out of 4 -- "It's typical of Eastwood's mastery as a director that his approach to the topic is introspective, not inflammatory....It's the quiet moments that draw us in."Rolling Stone "Damon -- reunited with director Clint Eastwood following their work on INVICTUS -- makes a sincere, low-key medium, conveying information like a reporter rather than a precious mystic."Entertainment Weekly "The film never is less than intriguing, right from its tour de force opening sequence, and often full of insights into why people long for answers, sometimes with great urgency."Hollywood Reporter0.1233674

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Q (12/03, p.156) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...This collection is laced with a compelling sense of psychosis..."Uncut (1/04, p.118) - 4 stars out of 5 - "'Once In A Lifetime' still sounds like it's being broadcast back to us from some voodoo World Service of the future....TALKING HEADS ought to be lauded as authentic pioneers."0.1229957

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Uncut (p.121) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[With an] observational style echoing the best hobo folk-blues of John Hammond....This is a dark journey into worlds peopled by the lost and damaged."Dirty Linen (p.53) - "Gauthier's vocals are unusually expressive....Every one of these songs haunts, touches the heart, and feels like an old friend."No Depression (p.94) - "[S]he wants us to know the people in her songs, intimately and on first listen....'Can't Find The Way' and 'Same Road' are instantly memorable."Q (Magazine) (p.116) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Gauthier's unflinching lyrical vision and her attention to musical detail make this a dark, stomach-tightening experience."0.1217203

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"...[A] magnificent film....Real emotional strength..." Sight and Sound "...[Benigni] succeeds, to an extraordinary degree, in reviving the neo-Technicolor lushness and affectionate screwball rhythms of postwar Hollywood....A delicate romance spiked with antifascist farce..." Entertainment Weekly "...[Benigni] puts a serious spin on his comic genius..." Premiere "...Mr. Benigni effectively creates a situation in which comedy is courage. And he draws from this an unpretentious, enormously likable film that plays with history both seriously and mischievously..." New York Times "...[The film] explores the power of laughter to lift the human spirit even in the face of extreme tragedy..." Box Office "...[Benigni is] one of the world's most irresistibly funny people. A mischief-maker percolating with infectious energy and a machine-gun verbal style, he blends an Everyman aura with the ability to infuse his characters with believable innocence..." Los Angeles Times0.1090014

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Spin (2/04, p.97) - "LIVE reminds us just how much we could use Rage right now. To paraphrase 'Know Your Enemy': Their anger was a gift." - Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly (11/28/03, p.125) - "...This live greatest-hits set makes the studio versions of these songs sound tame..." - Rating: A-0.1049209

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"[A] completely satisfying movie that quietly, gently blows you away. Exactly written, directed with a surgeon's precision and transcendently acted, SIDEWAYS brings emotional reality to a consistently amusing character comedy."Los Angeles Times "This is a building-block movie: Its stand-out excellence becomes apparent only gradually..."USA Today "[The film] fuses bracing wit and emotional gravity into something funny, touching and vital....Pure movie bliss." Rolling Stone "It's an intoxicating feeling when a movie excites and enlivens us like this..." Entertainment Weekly "[O]ne of the most incisive movies ever made about the intricacies of male bonding." Movieline's Hollywood Life "[A]s a painful, uproarious story of humanity, this is a perfectly contained cinematic experience." Premiere "SIDEWAYS is a thoughtful, comic road movie about people going through some kind of breakdown." Uncut "[T]he most likeable and affecting film that Payne has yet made." Sight and Sound Ranked #5 in Uncut's Best Films Of 2005 -- "It's a heartbreaking study of life, loves and second chances, beautifully performed by the two leads." Uncut0.1043317

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"...[A] magnificent film....Real emotional strength..." Sight and Sound "...[Benigni] succeeds, to an extraordinary degree, in reviving the neo-Technicolor lushness and affectionate screwball rhythms of postwar Hollywood....A delicate romance spiked with antifascist farce..." Entertainment Weekly "...[Benigni] puts a serious spin on his comic genius..." Premiere "...Mr. Benigni effectively creates a situation in which comedy is courage. And he draws from this an unpretentious, enormously likable film that plays with history both seriously and mischievously..." New York Times "...[The film] explores the power of laughter to lift the human spirit even in the face of extreme tragedy..." Box Office "...[Benigni is] one of the world's most irresistibly funny people. A mischief-maker percolating with infectious energy and a machine-gun verbal style, he blends an Everyman aura with the ability to infuse his characters with believable innocence..." Los Angeles Times0.1010891

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4 stars out of 5 -- "Hammer's script is spare and pertinent, without a wasted syllable, giving his characters believable voices against the bleak and gray canvas of the Delta farmlands, stunningly photographed by Lol Crawley."Box Office "[An] austerely elegant, emotionally unadorned riff on life and death in the Mississippi Delta....It's a serious achievement and a welcome sign of an newly invigorated American independent cinema."New York Times "BALLAST has images of pristine spareness that keep leaping forward....As the movie comes into focus, you feel the lives of the characters echoing backward through time." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "In Lance Hammer's BALLAST, the director takes a page from the Terrence Malick playbook and constructs a poetic narrative out of bleak landscapes and majestic drama....The result is an exhilarating narrative."Premiere "BALLAST has the heft and substance its name implies....this austere, rigorous film has a sense of place, a feeling for reality so compelling it makes us feel like we're living it, not just watching on a screen."Los Angeles Times "The film has a bedrock reality that could not be fabricated. It was filmed on locations in the Mississippi Delta, and uses actors who had never acted before, but who never step wrong. Few professional actors could convince us so deeply."Chicago Sun-Times0.1003899

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4 stars out of 5 -- "Hammer's script is spare and pertinent, without a wasted syllable, giving his characters believable voices against the bleak and gray canvas of the Delta farmlands, stunningly photographed by Lol Crawley."Box Office "[An] austerely elegant, emotionally unadorned riff on life and death in the Mississippi Delta....It's a serious achievement and a welcome sign of an newly invigorated American independent cinema."New York Times "BALLAST has images of pristine spareness that keep leaping forward....As the movie comes into focus, you feel the lives of the characters echoing backward through time." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "In Lance Hammer's BALLAST, the director takes a page from the Terrence Malick playbook and constructs a poetic narrative out of bleak landscapes and majestic drama....The result is an exhilarating narrative."Premiere "BALLAST has the heft and substance its name implies....this austere, rigorous film has a sense of place, a feeling for reality so compelling it makes us feel like we're living it, not just watching on a screen."Los Angeles Times "The film has a bedrock reality that could not be fabricated. It was filmed on locations in the Mississippi Delta, and uses actors who had never acted before, but who never step wrong. Few professional actors could convince us so deeply."Chicago Sun-Times0.1003899

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Rolling Stone (6/24/93, p.80) - 3 Stars - Good - "...no matter how cliched the format might seem, Stewart puts enough heart into his performance to remind us of what made these songs matter in the first place..."Entertainment Weekly (5/28/93, p.64) - "...Rod still sings with plenty of feeling, his voice is stronger than ever, and the accompaniments rock much harder..." - Rating: B+Q (7/93, p.100) - 3 Stars - Good - "...the gruff UNPLUGGED AND SEATED will delight fans...while the lasciviousness of 'Hot Legs' and 'Tonight's The Night' has aged badly, numbers like 'Mandolin Wind,' 'Handbags And Gladrags' and 'Reason To Believe' are framed beautifully..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.92) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The previously unissued cover of Bob Dylan's 'Forever Young' is tremendous..."0.09380796

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4.5 stars out of 5 -- "Director Andre Techine's affinity with his two leads has given his film two memorable characterizations that add some intriguing twists to the actors' established images." Box Office "Much of the movie's charm lies in its sheer vitality. Mr. Techine loves people and life, and every scene is filled with light, music, activity and a sensuous appreciation of landscape." New York Times "[A]ided by a wonderfully melancholy soundtrack....Techine makes cynicism the mere starting point for the sweet relief afforded by accepting not only what is not -- but what still could be."Premiere0.0933754

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"...Mr. Mangold handles the revelations and reversals of Michael Cooney's script with nerve-racking aplomb. There are horror-film conventions -- eerie sounds, slow camera movements, half-open doors and carefully arranged shadows -- that retain their effectiveness..."New York Times "...John Cusack is convincing....With moments of mind-bending creepiness..."USA Today "...Delighting in his own considerable cleverness and cineast's knowledge of movie history, Mangold shuffles the elements like a three-card-monte pro..." Entertainment Weekly "...A snappily executed little thriller..." Variety "...With a third act that causes us to rethink everything that has gone before. Ingenious, how simple and yet how devious the solution is..." Chicago Sun-Times "...Sleek and clever....IDENTITY is fine escapist fare with a saving sense of humor..." Los Angeles Times "...Stylish....A clever twist on the old strangers-stranded-in-scary motel plot..." Total Film 4 stars out of 5 -- "Mangold's noir thriller plays like Agatha Christie meets Alfred Hitchcock....A thriller that satisfies the grey matter, IDENTITY deserves to be seen."Ultimate DVD0.08306596

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"...Mr. Mangold handles the revelations and reversals of Michael Cooney's script with nerve-racking aplomb. There are horror-film conventions -- eerie sounds, slow camera movements, half-open doors and carefully arranged shadows -- that retain their effectiveness..."New York Times "...John Cusack is convincing....With moments of mind-bending creepiness..."USA Today "...Delighting in his own considerable cleverness and cineast's knowledge of movie history, Mangold shuffles the elements like a three-card-monte pro..." Entertainment Weekly "...A snappily executed little thriller..." Variety "...With a third act that causes us to rethink everything that has gone before. Ingenious, how simple and yet how devious the solution is..." Chicago Sun-Times "...Sleek and clever....IDENTITY is fine escapist fare with a saving sense of humor..." Los Angeles Times "...Stylish....A clever twist on the old strangers-stranded-in-scary motel plot..." Total Film 4 stars out of 5 -- "Mangold's noir thriller plays like Agatha Christie meets Alfred Hitchcock....A thriller that satisfies the grey matter, IDENTITY deserves to be seen."Ultimate DVD0.08306596

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Rating: A- - Entertainment Weekly RecommendsEntertainment Weekly "...[A] good-hearted, wonderfully revealing film....[It] reminds us music is a universal language that can go a long way toward bridging cultural and linguistic gaps..."New York Times "...An enchanting documentary on a magnificent obsession....The story it tells couldn't be more charming..." Los Angeles Times "...This is the kind of story that has to be true, because no novelist would dare to dream it up....The heart of GENGHIS BLUES is in the music and its singers..." Chicago Sun-Times0.08181991

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"Mr. Reeves's deadpan basso and permanently perplexed features make him an ideal Klaatu, as the space visitor is called."New York Times "This contemporary remake of the science-fiction classic knew what it was doing when it cast Keanu Reeves in, the movies' greatest stone face since Buster Keaton, as a perplexed alien....[An] enjoyable updating..."Los Angeles Times 3 stars out of 5 -- "[Reeve's] performance here is subtle to the point that you might miss it altogether, yet it's perfectly calibrated....There is real tension..."Empire 3 stars out of 5 -- "[Keanu Reeves] looks weird, displaced, a true alien among us....A pleasing strangeness colours the first half..."Total Film0.08181991

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Q (9/00, p.131) - 5 stars out of 5 - "...Those only in the market for one volume should consider [this] compilation essential. A record collection without Scott Walker is like one without The Beatles, The Clash or The Smiths - incomplete."Mojo (Publisher) (8/00, p.97) - "...Resonates with the riches of the last great days of the pop narrative. The pop song rarely aspired to such literacy after this....forged in the white-hot glare of the pop process....[with] superb orchestrations....an excellent sampler..."0.08064326

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Uncut (p.76) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Wells' whimsical, heart-on-sleeve pop miniatures -- like the breezy 'Hip To The Sweet Blue World Again' -- pack a wallop."Harp (magazine) (p.98) - "It's catchy the way early Guided by Voices and Pavement were catchy, every hook subverted just enough to keep things interesting."Clash (magazine) (p.109) - "'Environ Maiden' contains fuzzy pop songs that recall Graham Coxon at his most sweet and countless American lo-fi acts at their most American and lo-fi..."0.08064326

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3 stars out of 4 -- "Johnson plunges off the deep end, risking ridicule by shaping this spellbinder with grit and gravitas....Johnson's BRICK is the stuff that dreams are made of." Rolling Stone "This high school film noir deserves credit for novelty. Writer-director Rian Johnson also has a rare gift for language." Movieline's Hollywood Life "BRICK is all about style and sass....But Johnson also grabs hold a fundamental truth and seduces us with it: the schoolyard can be the noirest burg of all." -- Grade: B+ Entertainment Weekly "Johnson pulls his hipster revisionism with cine-savvy brilliance and twitchy laughs....Bursts of action arrive with a wallop..." Total Film "BRICK takes two very disparate genres, film noir detective mysteries and high school dramas, and melds them into one intriguing premise, with original dialogue and a distinctive visual style."USA Today "What it borrows from noir is not simply a set of style cues, but a sense of obsessiveness, solemnity and encroaching social breakdown, which serves as a satisfying metaphor for the self-enclosed, self-regulating society occupied by teenagers." Sight and Sound "While BRICK is chock-full of the characters, language and imager of classic noir, it is in fact set among contemporary teenagers." Box Office 4 stars out of 4 -- "The most eccentric feature to emerge from the US indie scene in years....One of the pleasures of 2006."Uncut 4 stars out of 5 -- "Johnson creates a complex, sophisticated thriller that audaciously fuses two disparate genres....Gordon-Levitt delivers an intense and focused performance."Ultimate DVD0.07832452

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JazzTimes (p.112) - "MIlman jumps to the front of the post-Krall pack of jazz singers who are as wise and witty as they are musically astute."0.07706396

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"Mr. Reeves's deadpan basso and permanently perplexed features make him an ideal Klaatu, as the space visitor is called."New York Times "This contemporary remake of the science-fiction classic knew what it was doing when it cast Keanu Reeves in, the movies' greatest stone face since Buster Keaton, as a perplexed alien....[An] enjoyable updating..."Los Angeles Times 3 stars out of 5 -- "[Reeve's] performance here is subtle to the point that you might miss it altogether, yet it's perfectly calibrated....There is real tension..."Empire 3 stars out of 5 -- "[Keanu Reeves] looks weird, displaced, a true alien among us....A pleasing strangeness colours the first half..."Total Film0.07652783

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