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Articles by Richard von Busack

Clash of the Titans
April 1, 2010 – 1:43 pm | No Comment
Clash of the Titans

by Richard von Busack
A synthespian made completely out of Black Angus beef, Sam Worthington has an irreplaceable acting talent, and he demonstrates it Clash of the Titans. What those little chemical packets in shipping crates …

The Secret of Kells
March 30, 2010 – 2:32 pm | No Comment
The Secret of Kells

By Richard von Busack
THE SUBJECT of the 75-minute animated film The Secret of Kells is Christendom’s greatest illuminated manuscript. It was, said one chronicler, the work of angels disguised as men. The Book of Kells …

Hot Tub Time Machine
March 24, 2010 – 4:10 pm | No Comment
Hot Tub Time Machine

by Richard von Busack
How I love low comedy. In moments of exaltation, it seems to celebrate the freedom of humans from the will of God and the requirements of nature that the base clown will …

The Girl On the Train
March 23, 2010 – 3:01 pm | No Comment
The Girl On the Train

by Richard von Busack
It’s not clear what holds the new André Téchiné film together besides craft and velocity. The Girl On the Train is about a pretty, shallow young girl and the national scandal she …

The Runaways
March 19, 2010 – 10:16 am | No Comment
The Runaways

by Richard von Busack
Despite the opening shot—a splotch of menstrual blood on a hot San Fernando Valley pavement—in The Runaways, director Floria Sigismondi cuts back on the blood, sweat and tears of rock & roll. …

The Green Zone
March 14, 2010 – 8:03 pm | No Comment
The Green Zone

by Richard von Busack
Aiming to pound away resistance to the Iraq War movie, Green Zone is Paul Greengrass’ most visually lucid, yet dully scripted, film. He intends to hook an audience sick of the war …

The Art of the Steal
March 8, 2010 – 2:35 pm | No Comment
The Art of the Steal

by Richard von Busack
ON THE SUBJECT of the political fix and a priceless collection of art, The Art of the Steal is the post–Errol Morris documentary at its technical best and ideological worst. The film …

Alice in Wonderland
March 5, 2010 – 10:21 am | One Comment
Alice in Wonderland

by Richard von Busack
LAST YEAR’S Coraline by Henry Selick, with its locked tiny chambers and prowling sardonic cat, still feels like magic. Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland is more of a fashion show, which may …

The Ghost Writer
March 2, 2010 – 5:10 pm | No Comment
The Ghost Writer

by Richard von Busack
THE SETTING of Roman Polanski’s freezer-burned comedy/thriller The Ghost Writer is a brutal concrete bunker. Here, several people are trapped under constant surveillance beneath cold and stormy skies. The bunker is beachfront …

Red Riding
March 1, 2010 – 5:51 pm | No Comment
Red Riding

By Richard von Busack
WILDLY AMBITIOUS and thoroughly brutal—I mean, Saw-level brutal—the Red Riding trilogy gets in there and hits spots that Shutter Island could only acknowledge by homage. The three films—Red Riding: 1974, Red Riding: …

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