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ANIMAL will be bringing you continuing coverage from the New York Film Festival which runs Sep 26 – Oct 12 at Film Society of Lincoln Center. The Look of Silence plays Wednesday, October 1st at 9:00pm. The Look of Silence is a very disturbing documentary about the victims and perpetrators of communist-purging mass killings in Indonesia. It’s […]

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ANIMAL will be bringing you continuing coverage from The New York Film Festival which runs Sep 26 – Oct 12 at Film Society of Lincoln Center. Maps To The Stars plays Saturday, September 27th at 9:00pm and Sunday, September 28th on 3:00pm. Beyond its trappings as a grim Hollywood satire, David Cronenberg’s latest is about bad therapy. It begins with campy caricatures […]

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ANIMAL will be bringing you continuing coverage from The New York Film Festival, which runs at Sep 26 – Oct 12 at Film Society of Lincoln Center. Goodbye To Language plays Saturday, September 27th at 9:00pm and Wednesday, October 1st at 9pm. (Tickets are sold out, but there’ll be a stand-by line.) “Thought regains it’s place in poop,” a […]

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ANIMAL will be bringing you continuing coverage from The New York Film Festival, which runs at Sep 26 – Oct 12 at Film Society of Lincoln Center. Two Shots Fired plays Monday, September 29th at 8:45pm and Tuesday, September 30th at 3:00pm. Two Shots Fired opens on our protagonist, 16-year-old Mariano, raving in a club, strobe lights flashing, 4/4 […]

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Yearly global military spending has surpassed $1.75 trillion, with defense budgets eagerly bolstered by dick-waving patriotism. In this crowded market, how does a weapons dealer advertise its product to potential customers, Congressmen looking for kickbacks, generals who need iron Viagra, and El Presidente? A sleek promotional video presentation on YouTube should do it. This is […]

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Boyhood (2014) The same lead actor, filmedヾ(。◕ฺ∀◕ฺ)ノ for 12 years ヽ(^。^)丿wow –– a total of 39 days. From dir. Richard Linklater (Dazed And Confused, Waking Life, Before Sunrise), now there’s a phenomenal midly eventful steady bildungsroman that makes you notice every nuance of boy-II-man(ish)-hood, from dirt and bugs to the trauma of your first haircut via the overbearing authority […]

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The Unknown Known (2013) A portrait of an old man as an orchestrator of history. Master documentary filmmaker Errol Morris puts former United States Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld on the spot to discuss his ’60s congressmanning to the whole 2003 invasion of Iraq thing WTF WAS THAT AMIRITE?!!?! THE BUILDING SENSATION THAT OUR REALITY […]

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Nymph()maniac: Vol. I, Nymph()maniac: Vol. II (2013) Lars Von Trier’s latest is a long, long story about a girl named Joe who embraces her nymphomania through an endless variety and monotony of overlapping sexual experiences. For our entertainment. DIRECTIONS: After digesting Antichrist and Melancholia, apply Vol. I and Vol. II directly to eyes in quick succession, unless ArtForum is paying […]

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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) Wes Anderson’s newest film minces/gallops inside/around a hotel, its visitors (rich hags, writers), staff, proprietors, and one particular concierge whose professionalism is so divine and immaculate, it brings a tear to your eye. And then, the other eye. ALL PERFECT EVERYTHING: 5.0 out of 5.0      This is Wes Anderson’s most opulent […]

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Interior. Leather Bar. (2013) Went to Francofest thought this is going to be James Franco reenacting 40 minutes of explicit gay S&M sex cut out of Cruising, but it’s really a 60-minute meta-documentary of James Franco trying to reenact 40 minutes of explicit gay S&M sex cut out of Cruising AND IT WAS VERY FUCKING GOOD WTF (ノ゚0゚)ノ~~ ATTABOY FRANCO: 4.5 out of 5.0   Francoly, […]

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