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Kerrang (Magazine) (p.51) - "[The songs] are hard to ignore when they're burrowing with such visceral force into your brain. A debut of devastating force."22.78261

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BOOK REVIEWS COMING SOON!!!!13.68188

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"[T]he film's strong acting, spectacular dance routines and culturally specific details turn clichs into catharsis. It's the sort of film that sends you home with a spring in your step."New York Times "[T]he moves -- more gymnastically hybrid than those in STOMP THE YARD -- are fierce, especially set to a pounding soundtrack by Missy Elliott and Busta Rhymes." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "[I]t's the cinematography that really sets HOW SHE MOVE apart from the rest....Wesley marks her film debut with an energetic and reasonably nuanced performance..."Sight and Sound "[With] powerful dance sequences....Rutina Wesley as a brainy dance enthusiast brings a down-to-earth charisma..."USA Today "[T]he behavior in the film -- the affections and tensions between parents and children and between dance rivals -- feels urgent and convincing and alive."Los Angeles Times8.97763

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Q (Magazine) (p.113) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "ENDGAME starts with an instrumental before hitting the kind of rhythms that once earned Megadeth the tag 'state-of-the-art speed-metal-band'."Record Collector (magazine) (p.92) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "'This Day We Fight!,' the superb instrumental 'Dialectic Chaos' and 'How The Story Ends' amps up the ferocity."0.5274045

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Uncut (magazine) (p.93) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "'How Darwinian' and 'Leaves, Trees, Forest' offer the nostalgic elegance that Richard Hawley and Ed Harcourt aspire to..."0.3135188

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Spin (p.74) - "Britney Spears' seventh album starts with the Ke$ha-cowritten disco banger 'Till the World Ends,' her first truly synapse-sizzling single since 'Toxic.'"Entertainment Weekly (p.59) - "[A] marvel of modern-day electro-pop." -- Grade: B+Billboard (p.28) - "[A] killer new album....Throbbing future-disco cuts like 'Hold It Against Me' and 'I Wanna Go' gleam with a sense of cold-eyed purpose..."0.2635736

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"...INTERSECTION begins and ends interestingly..."Sight and Sound "...It's more fun than the 1970 original that inspired it..." USA Today0.2577218

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Spin (p.74) - "Britney Spears' seventh album starts with the Ke$ha-cowritten disco banger 'Till the World Ends,' her first truly synapse-sizzling single since 'Toxic.'"Entertainment Weekly (p.59) - "[A] marvel of modern-day electro-pop." -- Grade: B+Billboard (p.28) - "[A] killer new album....Throbbing future-disco cuts like 'Hold It Against Me' and 'I Wanna Go' gleam with a sense of cold-eyed purpose..."0.2389421

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Spin (p.74) - "Britney Spears' seventh album starts with the Ke$ha-cowritten disco banger 'Till the World Ends,' her first truly synapse-sizzling single since 'Toxic.'"Entertainment Weekly (p.59) - "[A] marvel of modern-day electro-pop." -- Grade: B+Billboard (p.28) - "[A] killer new album....Throbbing future-disco cuts like 'Hold It Against Me' and 'I Wanna Go' gleam with a sense of cold-eyed purpose..."0.2143106

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Rolling Stone (p.79) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A] plush showcase for Rob Thomas' smooth-as-ever singing....On 'The Way,' romance ends, rich harmonies ricochet, guitars go astral, and Thomas' composure cracks..."0.2110379

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"[A] well-acted sibling chamber piece....With its small cast and focus on performance, UNION SQUARE promises to be a welcome showcase for Sorvino..."Total Film "[T]he movie does understand how people want to love their families on their own terms, forgetting that their families may be the only ones who really know who they are." - Grade: B-A.V. Club0.1997485

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"[A] remarkable documentary....It ends up being of as much interest for the personal stories it tells of two young men trying to find their place in the world."Los Angeles Times "[A]n engrossing portrait of modern parenting."Washington Post0.1960935

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[D]irector Matt Bissonnette reveals how the leads' deadpan banter hides some painfully unresolved feelings....The acting's credible and the wrap-up unexpected."Total Film0.1847933

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"Powered by an excellent Kurt Russell performance, MIRACLE treats old-fashioned, emotional material with an intelligence that respects both the story and the audience."Los Angeles Times "The movie efficiently delivers the story points."New York Times "Like SEABISCUIT, the film ends on a familiar, rousing note of triumph, which is bound to move most audiences with its message of perseverance and belief in one's dreams."USA Today "[Russell is] wonderfully compelling as a tough, taciturn, driven leader....MIRACLE has a good offensive game as an inspirational how-to about team building."Entertainment Weekly "MIRACLE succeeds solidly at its main aim: stirringly recreating one of the great sports sagas of all time."Box Office 3 stars out of 4 -- "Kurt Russell is very good...and it hits all the right marks to make this an exciting and heartwarming flick."Premiere0.1633744

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Alternative Press (p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Devine fills his cuts with his trademark sound, while Hull's numbers are more unpredictable and noisy. When the two styles meet, it's especially rewarding..."0.1477892

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Rolling Stone (p.79) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "There's unguarded joy in the British quintet's mix of synthed-up grooves and pop songfulness on tracks like 'Don't Deny Your Heart.'"Billboard (p.28) - "[A] return to form for the British quintet....Absurdly hooky romantic pop sits atop beds of transfigured techno, house and funk beats all crisply self-produced..."Q (Magazine) (p.111) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Nobody else could pull off this tripartite blend of humour, anxiety and glee."Mojo (Publisher) (p.82) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Hot Chip are clearly having a lot of fun....An album that's a steady pleasure from start to finish."Uncut (magazine) (p.74) - "With this one weighted heavily towards the dancefloor, there's no shortage of sublime moments when the likes of 'Let Me Be Him' and 'Flutes' unravel."0.1477892

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"[With] good acting and resonant scenes....[Perry] certainly knows how to entertain and deliver laughs..."Hollywood Reporter "MADEA GOES TO JAIL is both slapstick and social drama, and it is certainly the most confident mix of the two that Perry has managed to achieve with this particular part of his vast media franchise..."Washington Post "Perry writes, directs and stars -- in several roles -- and he obviously knows how to create a crowd-pleasing comedy. The bawdy character of Madea has grown more endearing over the course of three movies....She's a hoot..."USA Today0.1432072

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"[With] good acting and resonant scenes....[Perry] certainly knows how to entertain and deliver laughs..."Hollywood Reporter "MADEA GOES TO JAIL is both slapstick and social drama, and it is certainly the most confident mix of the two that Perry has managed to achieve with this particular part of his vast media franchise..."Washington Post "Perry writes, directs and stars -- in several roles -- and he obviously knows how to create a crowd-pleasing comedy. The bawdy character of Madea has grown more endearing over the course of three movies....She's a hoot..."USA Today0.1432072

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"[With] good acting and resonant scenes....[Perry] certainly knows how to entertain and deliver laughs..."Hollywood Reporter "MADEA GOES TO JAIL is both slapstick and social drama, and it is certainly the most confident mix of the two that Perry has managed to achieve with this particular part of his vast media franchise..."Washington Post "Perry writes, directs and stars -- in several roles -- and he obviously knows how to create a crowd-pleasing comedy. The bawdy character of Madea has grown more endearing over the course of three movies....She's a hoot..."USA Today0.1432072

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"[With] good acting and resonant scenes....[Perry] certainly knows how to entertain and deliver laughs..."Hollywood Reporter "MADEA GOES TO JAIL is both slapstick and social drama, and it is certainly the most confident mix of the two that Perry has managed to achieve with this particular part of his vast media franchise..."Washington Post "Perry writes, directs and stars -- in several roles -- and he obviously knows how to create a crowd-pleasing comedy. The bawdy character of Madea has grown more endearing over the course of three movies....She's a hoot..."USA Today0.1432072

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3 stars out of 4 -- "It documents a train wreck....A train that flies off the tracks and tumbles into the abyss."Chicago Sun-Times "[I]t's a grimier version of BORAT, an interactive one in which the audience acts as the squirming dupe trying to judge how to respond to the questionable reality of the experience....Riveting..." -- Grade: BA.V. Club "[An] energetic directorial debut....The fact that an audience can watch the film to the end and not be completely sure where reality ends and playtime begins is a tribute to Affleck's skills at mimicking documentary tropes..."Hollywood Reporter "[I]f it all is make believe, then one must applaud Phoenix's Andy Kaufman-like transformation, and his ability to stay in character for close to a year and a half."Premiere 4 stars out of 5 -- "[B]rilliant, often hilarious....The film is a riveting piece of cinematic theater that satirizes artistic pretension and celebrity culture."Box Office "Affleck uses Phoenix's descent to forge a riveting -- and, in its way, cautionary -- case study of a celebrity ragingly addicted to his own psychodrama." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[A] riveting experiment....It'll knock you sideways..."Rolling Stone0.1400352

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3 stars out of 4 -- "It documents a train wreck....A train that flies off the tracks and tumbles into the abyss."Chicago Sun-Times "[I]t's a grimier version of BORAT, an interactive one in which the audience acts as the squirming dupe trying to judge how to respond to the questionable reality of the experience....Riveting..." -- Grade: BA.V. Club "[An] energetic directorial debut....The fact that an audience can watch the film to the end and not be completely sure where reality ends and playtime begins is a tribute to Affleck's skills at mimicking documentary tropes..."Hollywood Reporter "[I]f it all is make believe, then one must applaud Phoenix's Andy Kaufman-like transformation, and his ability to stay in character for close to a year and a half."Premiere 4 stars out of 5 -- "[B]rilliant, often hilarious....The film is a riveting piece of cinematic theater that satirizes artistic pretension and celebrity culture."Box Office "Affleck uses Phoenix's descent to forge a riveting -- and, in its way, cautionary -- case study of a celebrity ragingly addicted to his own psychodrama." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[A] riveting experiment....It'll knock you sideways..."Rolling Stone0.1400352

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3 stars out of 4 -- "It documents a train wreck....A train that flies off the tracks and tumbles into the abyss."Chicago Sun-Times "[I]t's a grimier version of BORAT, an interactive one in which the audience acts as the squirming dupe trying to judge how to respond to the questionable reality of the experience....Riveting..." -- Grade: BA.V. Club "[An] energetic directorial debut....The fact that an audience can watch the film to the end and not be completely sure where reality ends and playtime begins is a tribute to Affleck's skills at mimicking documentary tropes..."Hollywood Reporter "[I]f it all is make believe, then one must applaud Phoenix's Andy Kaufman-like transformation, and his ability to stay in character for close to a year and a half."Premiere 4 stars out of 5 -- "[B]rilliant, often hilarious....The film is a riveting piece of cinematic theater that satirizes artistic pretension and celebrity culture."Box Office "Affleck uses Phoenix's descent to forge a riveting -- and, in its way, cautionary -- case study of a celebrity ragingly addicted to his own psychodrama." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[A] riveting experiment....It'll knock you sideways..."Rolling Stone0.1400352

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3 stars out of 4 -- "It documents a train wreck....A train that flies off the tracks and tumbles into the abyss."Chicago Sun-Times "[I]t's a grimier version of BORAT, an interactive one in which the audience acts as the squirming dupe trying to judge how to respond to the questionable reality of the experience....Riveting..." -- Grade: BA.V. Club "[An] energetic directorial debut....The fact that an audience can watch the film to the end and not be completely sure where reality ends and playtime begins is a tribute to Affleck's skills at mimicking documentary tropes..."Hollywood Reporter "[I]f it all is make believe, then one must applaud Phoenix's Andy Kaufman-like transformation, and his ability to stay in character for close to a year and a half."Premiere 4 stars out of 5 -- "[B]rilliant, often hilarious....The film is a riveting piece of cinematic theater that satirizes artistic pretension and celebrity culture."Box Office "Affleck uses Phoenix's descent to forge a riveting -- and, in its way, cautionary -- case study of a celebrity ragingly addicted to his own psychodrama." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[A] riveting experiment....It'll knock you sideways..."Rolling Stone0.1400352

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"[T]his playfully complex and gently slippery analysis of memory and personal narrative manages to engage us..."Hollywood Reporter 4 stars out of 4 -- "Writer-director Sarah Polley intriguingly explores the vagaries of truth and the unreliability of memory in STORIES WE TELL, a brilliant, thought-provoking documentary."USA Today "Writer-director Sarah Polley's STORIES WE TELL ends up an invigorating powerhouse of a personal documentary, adventurous and absolutely fascinating."Los Angeles Times "[A]n investigative mystery, a real-life soap opera, and -- most compellingly, perhaps -- a searching 'interrogation' of the hows and whys of storytelling itself."A.V. Club "[Polley] brings the past to vivid, astonishing life in STORIES WE TELL, an excavation of her own family that hinges on a long-buried secret..."Washington Post 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "The result, with its flashing perspectives and stealthy wit, is unique and unforgettable."Rolling Stone 4 stars out of 5 -- "Aiming her clear, compassionate eye at the mysteries surrounding her late mother, Polleys documentary is a family memoir like no other..."Total Film 5 stars out of 5 -- "Polley's fearless personal journey is a huge achievement, a genuine revelation..."Empire0.1400352

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3 stars out of 4 -- "[S]imple enough to delight a child and complex enough to baffle a philosopher."Chicago Sun-Times "ONE LUCKY ELEPHANT covers Balding's odyssey of finding a home for Flora, but more significantly, it's a tender -- though never treacly -- examination of his own reluctance to let her go."Movieline "[U]nexpectedly intriguing....A lucky elephant, this film posits, just might be the one that has managed to avoid human contact."Los Angeles Times 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Moving and informative, the documentary doesn't attempt to downplay the complexity of issues arising at the juncture of human and animal behavior."Box Office "What begins as a simple man-and-his-pachyderm love story ends up an encompassing unexpected levels of trauma and sacrifice." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly0.1330135

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he script captures some delicate and intelligent facets of a period that was tensely conflicted and impossible to reconcile."Box Office "[With] subtle idiosyncratic comedic moments..."Film Comment "One of the pleasures of Wexler's third feature is how elegantly it sets its story in the period. The costumes, the sets, the locations and the behavior are all flawless..."Chicago Sun-Times "[A] spirited, a jaunty trifle....It does have its charms."Movieline "[D]irector Tanya Wexler makes a happy, sexually robust history lesson." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly0.1309867

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he script captures some delicate and intelligent facets of a period that was tensely conflicted and impossible to reconcile."Box Office "[With] subtle idiosyncratic comedic moments..."Film Comment "One of the pleasures of Wexler's third feature is how elegantly it sets its story in the period. The costumes, the sets, the locations and the behavior are all flawless..."Chicago Sun-Times "[A] spirited, a jaunty trifle....It does have its charms."Movieline "[D]irector Tanya Wexler makes a happy, sexually robust history lesson." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly0.1309867

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he script captures some delicate and intelligent facets of a period that was tensely conflicted and impossible to reconcile."Box Office "[With] subtle idiosyncratic comedic moments..."Film Comment "[A] spirited, a jaunty trifle....It does have its charms."Movieline "One of the pleasures of Wexler's third feature is how elegantly it sets its story in the period. The costumes, the sets, the locations and the behavior are all flawless..."Chicago Sun-Times "[D]irector Tanya Wexler makes a happy, sexually robust history lesson." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly0.1309867

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he script captures some delicate and intelligent facets of a period that was tensely conflicted and impossible to reconcile."Box Office "[With] subtle idiosyncratic comedic moments..."Film Comment "[A] spirited, a jaunty trifle....It does have its charms."Movieline "One of the pleasures of Wexler's third feature is how elegantly it sets its story in the period. The costumes, the sets, the locations and the behavior are all flawless..."Chicago Sun-Times "[D]irector Tanya Wexler makes a happy, sexually robust history lesson." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly0.1309867

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"[T]he tension that settles in slowly like a low-grade fever keeps you with it....The core of the film is a cat-and-mouse game."Los Angeles Times "BLUE RUIN is as visually striking as one might expect a film helmed by a talented cinematographer to be. But Saulnier has more than a great eye; hes got the soul of a natural filmmaker..."A.V. Club 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Artfully shot and drenched in melancholy, though not without darkly comic moments, BLUE RUIN nonetheless achieves nerve-wracking peaks of tension..."Chicago Sun-Times 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "From camera angles...to the unnerving soundtrack, this guy knows how to build a nail-biter."RogerEbert.com "Dwight makes for a bungling action hero and a polarizing moral center....Mr. Blair cleverly plays him as touchingly surprised by his own acts of brutality."New York Times 4 stars out of 5 -- "A lean, tough, thoughtful thriller with depth, Blue Ruin establishes Jeremy Saulnier as a promising indie auteur and Macon Blair as an unusual leading man."Empire "Funny, violent and lobbing narrative curveballs like a young Schwarzenegger tossing hand grenades..."Total Film "[T]he film wouldnt be half as interesting as it is if not for the casting of Macon Blair as Dwight. Its his big nervous eyes and bushy quizzical brows that make the film..."Film Comment 4 stars out of 4 -- "Jeremy Saulniers impressive thriller stars Macon Blair in a superbly expressive performance."Washington Post0.1301271

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"[T]he tension that settles in slowly like a low-grade fever keeps you with it....The core of the film is a cat-and-mouse game."Los Angeles Times "BLUE RUIN is as visually striking as one might expect a film helmed by a talented cinematographer to be. But Saulnier has more than a great eye; hes got the soul of a natural filmmaker..."A.V. Club 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Artfully shot and drenched in melancholy, though not without darkly comic moments, BLUE RUIN nonetheless achieves nerve-wracking peaks of tension..."Chicago Sun-Times 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "From camera angles...to the unnerving soundtrack, this guy knows how to build a nail-biter."RogerEbert.com "Dwight makes for a bungling action hero and a polarizing moral center....Mr. Blair cleverly plays him as touchingly surprised by his own acts of brutality."New York Times 4 stars out of 5 -- "A lean, tough, thoughtful thriller with depth, Blue Ruin establishes Jeremy Saulnier as a promising indie auteur and Macon Blair as an unusual leading man."Empire "Funny, violent and lobbing narrative curveballs like a young Schwarzenegger tossing hand grenades..."Total Film "[T]he film wouldnt be half as interesting as it is if not for the casting of Macon Blair as Dwight. Its his big nervous eyes and bushy quizzical brows that make the film..."Film Comment 4 stars out of 4 -- "Jeremy Saulniers impressive thriller stars Macon Blair in a superbly expressive performance."Washington Post0.1301271

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Spin (3/00, p.151) - 8 out of 10 - "...[Kicks] sheets of head-melting skree equal parts Texas rawk swagger and Pacific Northwest postpunk thunder. Everyone trades instruments...on divine screamers that aren't above driving the occasional melody with a buried xylophone..."Q (8/00, p.96) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...An earnest, intense punk-metal racket which nevertheless rewards close and repeated listening....Engaging stuff."Uncut (8/00, p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Their music, a scrapyard of whining feedback and tumbling riffs, draws heavily on SISTER-era Sonic Youth..."Alternative Press (2/00, pp.76-7) - 4 out of 5 - "...one of the more spirited post-punk outfits....assaults listeners with an unbridled blast of sweet noise....They're full of adrenaline and they know how to channel it - the dark melodies that enhance the experience are just icing on the cake."Magnet (1-2/00, p.65) - "...flickers between fiery-yet-polished punk that burns blindingly bright and dramatic, film-score incidental mood music....absolutely bracing....MADONNA rocks."Melody Maker (5/30/00, p.56) - 4.5 stars out of 5 - "...13 reconfigurations of what song-writing is capable of, rock functioning on a dizzy mix of the immediacy and instinct and an almost abstract expressionist stroke....an unimpeachably beautiful album for the end of the world-listening..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/00, p.101) - "...It has its top-flight moments....'Perfect Teenhood', MADONNA's best track, ends proceedings on a cacophonous high, with a cheery string of [expletives], and a better indication of what this soon-to-be great band is capable of."0.116696

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