Nine to Watch
Are you seeing famous faces in your corner bodega? Have P.A.’s in Carhartt jackets started putting up parking cones along your block? A select guide to the season’s cinematic action.
Could Kim’s unrivaled video collection end up in Connecticut?
Steven Soderbergh’s four-hour-plus epic Che opens briefly next week for Oscar consideration. But you might have seen the young rebel before.
The actress returns, ten years after her brief fling as film’s Next Big Thing.
The strongest lineup in years launches a passel of new stars.
Fewer films, more spunk.
From Muslim pro wrestlers to a kid’s discovery of naked pics, the strongest short-form stories from the fest.
A film festival known for stunning breakout performances produces its latest batch.
Sometimes big talent comes in small, precocious packages, like Chloë Moretz, who follows Kick-Ass with a haunting vampire tale.
Indian food in Queens with The Daily Show’s “Brown Correspondent,” who grew up thinking he was “this white, middle-class kid.”
Hollywood’s always taken liberties with the historical record—remember the murder of Pope John Paul I in The Godfather: Part III? But lately, it’s all about rewriting the watershed moments of the sixties.
The film’s young audience of horny boys may actually be perturbed at the endless male nudity on display.