Nathan Lee

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  • 7 years ago | Film and TV

    CHOP SHOP Parkway Theater, starts Friday You come away from Chop Shop with a mood, the voluptuous sum of the film's fine-tuned parts: the way a rundown patch of Queens is always flooded with mud; hotdogs smoking from a sidewalk BBQ; the muffled, i...

  • 8 years ago | Film and TV

    An unusually blunt melodrama by David Gordon Green, melodious poet of such sentimental delicacies as George Washington and All the Real Girls, Snow Angels introduces a pair of gunshots and then follows with a flashback narrative to account for the...

  • 8 years ago | Film and TV

    THE WITNESSES Lagoon Cinema, starts Friday Sex and chance brought them together one furtive summer night in the cruising grounds of a wooded Parisian park. Adrien (Michel Blanc), a doctor: bourgeois, middle-aged, on the prowl for boys. Manu (Johan...

  • 8 years ago | Film Reviews

    UNTRACEABLE directed by Gregory Hoblit area theaters, starts Friday Regarding the irrelevance of Untraceable: First of all, torture is so 2007, and just because this drab little thriller with a flashy love of pain imagines itself a "critique of vi...

  • 8 years ago | Film and TV

    An irresistible subject for a documentary: the charming celebrity of Marla Olmstead, an artist from upstate New York whose talent for impossibly confident abstractions triggered a media frenzy and five-figure price tags. Unveiled at a local coffee...

  • 8 years ago | Film Reviews

    The estranged brothers Whitman have reunited for a journey on board The Darjeeling Limited, a colorful old locomotive traversing the Rajasthan region of India. Along the way, they will stop to visit temples ("Probably one of the most spiritual pla...

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