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Celebrating the Underhyped Movies of 2004new

Plenty of fine films opened to little or no fanfare this year. New Times reviewers pick their favorite movies that didn't draw the adulation they deserved.
The Pitch  |  Bill Gallo, Melissa Levine, Jean Oppenheimer, Luke Y. Thompson and Robert Wilonsky  |  12-27-2004  |  Reviews

I Heart Hegelnew

David O. Russell delivers a comedy that gets both philosophy and funny business right.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  10-22-2004  |  Reviews

For All the Ideas Crowding its Head, Huckabees Still Has Heartnew

Huckabees doesn't just keep its head in the clouds; the "real-world" plot finds modern relevance. Unlike most current attempts at classic screwball comedy, Huckabees talks fast because it has a lot to say.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  10-14-2004  |  Reviews

Being and Everythingnessnew

An existential comedy, to be sure, but in the end this movie quite happily tips toward being and everythingness.
Austin Chronicle  |  Kimberley Jones  |  10-08-2004  |  Reviews

After the Think Mannew

Russell is a filmmaker drawn more to chaos than to unity. His Heart is a head case.
Boston Phoenix  |  Peter Keough  |  10-08-2004  |  Reviews

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