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THE CLOCK Christian Marclay, U.K. One of the most radical film-objects of the 21st century, Marclay's 24-hour found-footage assemblage — which screened in Boston, Los Angeles and New York this year — was not only a surprise art-world b...
Our Own Glorious Basterds, J. Hoberman, Robert Wilonsky And Scott Foundas Put Their Minds Together And Come Up With Their Favorite Films of 20096 years ago | Longform
1 The Hurt Locker: The decade's strongest Iraq movie is also the year's finest action flick, not to mention director Kathryn Bigelow's personal best. Working from Mark Boal's knowledgeable script, The Hurt Locker is impressively old-school in its ...
Our Three Critics Each Pick Their Three Favorite Films Of The Decade--And Surprise, There's Not A Sequel Or A Prequel In The Bunch6 years ago | Longform
Looking back on a decade dominated by the movie franchise—Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and Star Wars, to name a few—and overrun with prequels and sequels (Saw I, Saw II, Saw III, Saw...), our three critics each pick three favorites ...
7 years ago | Longform
Is it a sign of the apocalypse? Something in the water? Or is it just the way the wind is blowing?Whatever the case, when our often-contentious quintet of film critics put their heads together about the best movies of 2008, they managed to agree (...