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Review: The Skin I Live In

Pedro Almodóvar applies all his hypnotic control to a sensuous, sinister tale of a plastic surgeon who kidnaps a beautiful woman in order to shroud her in experimental skin.
A sensuous, sinister tale of a plastic surgeon
By SHEILA JOHNSTON  |  October 28, 2011
Puss in Boots

Review: Puss in Boots 3-D

A mad scientist in The Skin I Live In and a talking cat in Puss in Boots : is there anything Antonio Banderas can't do?
More from the best character of the  Shrek franchise
By PETER KEOUGH  |  October 28, 2011
Top cat: "Puss" swag is #1

Top cat: "Puss" swag is #1

 I won't be seeing "Puss in Boots 3D" until Saturday so I can't weigh in on how good it is. But I think it's pretty...
By Peter Keough  |  October 20, 2011

Review: You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

Can films be mellow and bitter at the same time?
Woody or won't he? Allen's films get darker and stranger
By A.S. HAMRAH  |  October 01, 2010

Silly season

Now that the Oscars are over, let's get dumb.
Spring pimps for summer
By PETER KEOUGH  |  March 12, 2010

Making us stronger

I’m back from the 33rd Toronto International Film Festival, where the unexpected hit among discerning critics was a Boston-made crime melodrama.
Boston’s What Doesn’t Kill You scores at Toronto
By GERALD PEARY  |  September 17, 2008

Crossword: ''Two by two''

Dissecting a fearsome foursome
By MATT JONES  |  December 12, 2007

Love bites

Noël Coward may not have been born in a trunk, but he moved into one early.
A Marvelous Party; Mr. Marmalade; Misalliance
By CAROLYN CLAY  |  July 18, 2007

Tour de force

Two movies push at each other within Jasmine Dellal’s Gyspy Caravan, which opens this Friday, July 6, at the Kendall Square.
Gypsy Caravan, You Kill Me
By GERALD PEARY  |  July 03, 2007

Swamp gas

Shrek has metastasized into a symptom of and metaphor for the entertainment industry and modern culture in general.
Shrek the Third   gets bloated
By PETER KEOUGH  |  May 16, 2007

Where’s the brotherly love for gays and lesbians?

I enjoyed Brokeback Mountain and thought it did a good job of trying to give the rest of the world a window into the joys and sorrows of men loving men.
Equal rites
By MARY ANN SORRENTINO  |  November 29, 2006


Take the Lead

Liz Friedlander’s pleasant but unsurprising film is a fictionalized Mad Hot Ballroom with rude but redeemable teenagers substituting for the 2005 documentary’s wide-eyed children.
To Sir, With Tango
By JUSTINE ELIAS  |  April 05, 2006