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Thursday, February 5 2009

Conversing with Rudy Wurlitzer: ‘A Beaten-up Old Scribbler’

My conversations with Rudy Wurlitzer were not unlike a road journey itself with plenty of unplanned side trips along the way.


Reviews

Wednesday, August 21 2013

Alex Cox's Divine Comedy

The genre that Three Businessmen most reflects is the city symphony, which can be traced all the way back to that film-school rite of passage, Man With a Movie Camera.


Thursday, May 16 2013

Capitalism’s Self-Corrections: 'Repo Man'

The Los Angeles imagined by this delightfully dark movie is one where the repo man picks up the Reaganite economy’s table scraps—and in the process self-corrects for capitalism’s shortcomings.


Tuesday, October 26 2010

'Searchers 2.0': Justice. Gas. Revenge.

Two failed actors journey to Monument Valley to exact revenge on the screenwriter who tormented them as children.


Wednesday, February 20 2008

Walker

A surrealist satire of thematically complicated scenes that mix political intrigues, sexual humiliation, religion, and fanaticism.


Blogs

Friday, January 13 2012

Love Thrills: 'Sid and Nancy' (Blu-ray)

Sid and Nancy is a great film. It may not get its facts right, but its essence is definitely in the right place.


Friday, March 4 2011

Rebel Yelp: 'Repo Chick'

Repo Chick is a social reflection so bright and direct that it's often hard to look at. Not because it's so odd, mind you, but because it's so accurate in the targets it takes on.


Monday, December 20 2010

Cox-sure: 'Straight to Hell Returns'

Straight to Hell Returns was and is a dirty, grungy, goofy, spirited, sprawling, unhinged, unsane, and uncompromising work, the vision of a man playing by his own demented dirty pool rules.


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