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Rebuilding American Manhood: The Green Hornet Circa 2011
18 Jan 2011 // 8:05 PM
More than escapism, the Green Hornet gives an U.S. audience nurtured on frontier imagery an example of individual agency that resonates with the effort to believe and achieve the American dream.
The Best Independent / International Films of 2010
2 Jan 2011 // 3:00 PM
PopMatters launches our six-day look at 2010's best film, TV and DVDs by spotlighting the 25 best indie and international films of the year, highlighted by a host of superb documentaries, a stellar film from China and one of the finest works of "hillbilly noir" ever.
'The We and the I': Realities of Adolescence
15 Mar 2013 // 2:30 AM
The We and the I feels, as it rolls along, more and more like one of Michel Gondry's finest accomplishments.
'The Green Hornet': Separate Ways, Worlds Apart
10 May 2011 // 3:58 PM
Seth Rogen + Michel Gondry does not = great action movie. Who would've guessed?
'Mood Indigo' Is Mesmerizing Michel Gondry Magic
21 Jul 2014 // 1:00 AM
Michel Gondry goes all out here, bringing both the fanciful wonders and dire circumstances of our couple's doomed affair to breathtaking, eye-popping life.
Gondry Gives 'Hornet' Its Giddy Geek Fizz
12 Jan 2011 // 5:50 AM
Thanks to the cheek of those both in front of and behind the lens, what could have been a typical costumed crusader effort turns into one of 2011's early delights.
French director Gondry would rather play with paint than pixels
20 Jun 2007 // 11:34 PM
The visionary French film director Michel Gondry learned early that making art was a good way to impress people. "I would draw naked women and