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The Invisible War Review
3 years ago by Melissa Anderson
In The Invisible War, Kirby Dick lays bare the scandalous epidemic of rape in the U.S. armed forces — the war on women who fight wars. Told through an array of talking heads — including servicewomen (and a few servicemen...
Your Weekly Movie To-Do List
3 years ago by Michael Nordine
Thursday, June 14 The New Beverly is running an Abel Ferrara double feature, pairing his apocalyptic (yet appealingly low-key and moody) 4:44 Last Day on Earth with 1996's The Funeral, which stars Christopher Walken, Chris Penn and ...
4:44 Last Day on Earth Review
3 years ago by Karina Longworth
In writer-director Abel Ferrara's vision of the apocalypse, meter maids ticket cars and Chinese joints deliver right up until the end. The media's "live coverage" continues almost as long. Sorry, haters: "Al Gore was right," says NY...
Pete Smalls Is Dead Review
4 years ago by F. X. Feeney
Peter Dinklage is one of the subtlest and most magnetic actors now working. Fans of his work in HBO's Game of Thrones can readily attest to this, but ever since his 2003 breakthrough performance in The Station Agent, I've wondered i...