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Film, "Only Lovers Left Alive": As Close to What We Imagine a Doc About Tilda Swinton's Life Can Get

"Only Lovers Left Alive": As Close to What We Imagine a Doc About Tilda Swinton's Life Can Get

What a concept: vampire movie, as done by Jim Jarmusch. By turns groovy and morose, Only Lovers Left Alive could so easily be a goof, but for Jarmusch, aging now into an indie-film immortal, it's opportune — a mellow tract…
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Film, "From Up on Poppy Hill": Kids Being Magical Kids

"From Up on Poppy Hill": Kids Being Magical Kids

Nostalgic beauty rules this latest from the gentle animation juggernaut Studio Ghibli, in which Japan's children of World War II come of age and come to terms with their country's past. The plot is a sweet and simple high school…
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Calendar, Night&Day <i>Star Trek</i>

Star Trek

Trekkies and civilians alike can rejoice: Retooling Gene Roddenberry’s hoary, winded pop-cultural warhorse, J.J. Abrams has scrubbed, polished, and turned the volume up to 11 with admiration and affection for the original series, but little of the die-hard’s encased-in-amber reverence.…
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Film, Lifestyles of the Rich and Heinous

Lifestyles of the Rich and Heinous

In one of those karmic quirks of the film-releasing calendar, actor-turned-director Griffin Dunne's Fierce People finally staggers into theaters (more than two years after its premiere in the Tribeca Film Festival) barely a fortnight after The Nanny Diaries, that other…
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