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CRUEL INTENTIONS (dir: Roger Kumble, R) - Michelle says, "Before everybody was sort of into GOSSIP GIRL, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe, and Reese Witherspoon worked the rich b*tch New York thing really well in this DANGEROUS LIAISONS remake. Even if you're not a BUFFY fan, you'll love SMG as a mean manipulative brunette nurturing a creepy sexual obsession for her stepbrother. And somehow Reese stays unhateable as the sweet innocent other woman. Watch for the show-stealing Selma Blair as annoying adolescent turned sex fiend who shares the least sexy kiss ever with Sarah Michelle."
MIFUNE (dir: Søren Kragh-Jacobsen, Not Rated) - Bart says, "This story of a runaway prostitute who moves to a farm to help a guy take care of his handicapped brother is the third movie released following the rules laid down in the famous 'Dogma 95' manifesto, after THE CELEBRATION and THE IDIOTS. Much more lovable than the first two, MIFUNE came as a relief to those of us who thought that the rigorous vow of chastity by the Dogme Brethren removing any and all Hollywood superficialities from their films meant we'd be getting nothing but dark, cheap and shocking films from Europe for a while. Most importantly, it's written by Anders Thomas Jensen, the great unsung hero of modern Danish cinema, who's written and/or directed just about every interesting film to come out of Denmark in the last decade, including IN CHINA THEY EAT DOGS, FLICKERING LIGHTS, BROTHERS, AFTER THE WEDDING and ADAM'S APPLES."
THE IRON GIANT (dir: Brad Bird, PG) - Michelle says, "Five minutes into this movie, you may be unable to choose your favorite thing about it: the fact that it’s set in Maine, the kid named Hogarth, or the cool daddy bohemian type voiced by Harry Connick, Jr. Oh, and there’s some kind of enormous robot guy (a.k.a. Vin Diesel) wandering around. He befriends Hogarth, and the two of them teach us about love and disarmament in the Cold War Era. Writer/director Brad Bird has the kids’ movie that's smart enough for adults down, but he’s never as intellectual and witty in his two big follow-ups (THE INCREDIBLES and RATATOUILLE) as he is here."
ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER (dir: Pedro Almodóvar, Not Rated)
AMERICAN MOVIE (dir: Chris Smith, Not Rated)
AUDITION (dir: Takashi Miike, Not Rated)
BEAU TRAVAIL (dir: Claire Denis, Not Rated)
HUMANITÉ (dir: Bruno Dumont, Not Rated)
THE LIMEY (dir: Steven Soderbergh, Not Rated)
MAGNOLIA (dir: Paul Thomas Anderson, Not Rated)
TIME REGAINED (dir: Raoul Ruiz, Not Rated)   
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