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March 16, 2007

American Cannibal

Sublimely cynical look at the reality TV business may be too good to be true

The Wind That Shakes The Barley

Ken Loach's IRA rebellion epic a study in how movements are made and unmade

I Think I Love My Wife

Rock's mainstream stab at depicting affluent black life suffers from a split-personality plot

March 9, 2007

The Namesake

Coming of age means coming to terms with ancestry in Nair's lovingly embroidered adaptation

The Host

Korean deconstruction of the blockbuster offers powerful incitement, guiltless good fun

March 7, 2007

Exterminating Angels

A director's innocence is at stake in cavalcade of onanism, hysteria and whorishness

March 2, 2007

Black Snake Moan

Deep blues haunt Jackson and Ricci in stellar, sweltering Southern drama

Zodiac

Fincher's serial-killer opus goes long on details, falls short on intrigue

March 1, 2007

Raise the Red Lantern

Vintage Zhang revival a reminder of how much has changed in 16 years

February 28, 2007

Into Great Silence

The lives of France's Carthusian monks gets the (extremely faithful) silent treatment

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