Alexis Dziena

With his last film, Rubber, French director Quentin Dupieux proved that he could make a movie that has an inanimate object serving as its main character and have it not only refrain from being completely ridiculous, but actually turn out kind of moody and interesting. His tale of a serial-killing tire wasn’t exactly high art, but it wasn’t the sort of non-self-aware schlock that you might expect from a film with such a ludicrous plot description either. So it’s interesting to see that his new project, Wrong, takes a completely mundane plot and seems to inject it with more craziness than you could shake a stick at. On its surface, Wrong is the story of a man (Jack Plotnick) who loses and then goes on a quest to recover his dog. But, if the film’s new trailer is any indication, said quest doesn’t go at all how he imagined it would. What results is a mind-bending mixture of comedy and thriller that doesn’t seem like it should work on the page, but which looks interesting enough that you have to hope Dupieux has what it takes to pull it off.

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Kevin Carr sits his chubbiness down and sees if Edge of Darkness and When in Rome can make the grade.

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We all knew it was coming. In fact, there was no denying that the phrase “this year’s Juno” would get thrown around here and there. The question is: does Nick and Norah fit the bill?

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Kat Dennings and Michael Cera in Nick and Norah\

Can’t get enough of loveable geek Michael Cera? Love music and feel-good comedies? Look no further than the October 3rd release of Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist.

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A blend of adventure and romantic comedy along the lines of Romancing the Stone or Six Days, Seven Nights… without the old man macking on the lesbian.

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