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David Edelstein

May 7, 2007 | The Movie Review
Web 3.0

Spider-Man 3 is too good-hearted (and lofty). Also, would someone just let Kirsten Dunst fall already?

April 30, 2007 | The Movie Review
Long Cut

There’s a reason Raymond Carver kept his stories as trim as he did. Plus: Adventures in zoophilia.

April 23, 2007 | Feature
Oh, Diane

A salute to Keaton, who runs away from praise.

April 23, 2007 | The Movie Review
C.O.P.P.E.R.S.

In Hot Fuzz, the Shaun of the Dead guys blow up a quaint English town. Plus: Hopkins vs. Gosling.

April 16, 2007 | The Movie Review
Blood and Guts. No Urine

Grindhouse is great. Too bad it can’t be seen in its natural habitat.

April 9, 2007 | The Movie Review
Ice Queens

Homoerotic figure skating has rarely been funnier. Plus: Another reason why Richard Gere shouldn’t be so underrated.

April 2, 2007 | Feature
Lambs to the Slaughter: Watts, Circa 1977

In its crystalline restoration by the UCLA Film and Television Archive, Killer of Sheep can be seen (and reseen) as a great—the greatest—cinematic tone poem of American urban life.

April 2, 2007 | The Movie Review
A Terrible Thing to Waste

The Lookout is a nifty neurological thriller that only goes brain-dead at the end. Plus: Adam Sandler’s 9/11 movie.

March 26, 2007 | The Movie Review
A Mighty Wind

The politics may be familiar, but Ken Loach’s harshly beautiful new film delivers some satisfying surprises.

March 12, 2007 | The Movie Review
Stomach Virus

It came from Korea—but America’s more to blame—and it’s one scary, splendid monster.

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