Chuck Wilson

 

Chuck Wilson is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice. VMG publications include LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Broward-Palm Beach New Times, Houston Press and Dallas Observer.

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  • In his lovely new film, Argentine director Daniel Burman mixes reality with fiction in inventive ways. In Buenos Aires, there's a Jewish aid foundation run by a legendary figure known only as Usher. Burman sends the fictional Ariel (Alan Sabbagh,...

  • The latest Underworld, directed by newcomer Anna Foerster, has received brutal reviews (fangs out!), but it's actually not the worst thing ever -- that would be 2012's Underworld: Awakening.

    This time out, Kate Beckinsale's...

  • In this superb coming-of-age drama, the thoughts of high school senior Oscar Madly (Connor Jessup) are never far from Buffy (voiced by Isabella Rossellini), the hamster he's had since his traumatic boyhood. Oscar's mother (Joanne Kelly) walked...

  • 7 months ago | Film Reviews

    If your city’s power grid shuts down this summer, it may be a brownout, or it may be an act of cyber-warfare — a straight-out-of-Hollywood scenario that suddenly seems scarily possible thanks to the labyrinthine story director Alex Gibney tells in...

  • If your city’s power grid shuts down this summer, it may be a brownout, or it may be an act of cyber warfare -- a straight-out-of-Hollywood scenario that suddenly seems scarily possible, thanks to Alex Gibney’s riveting documentary...

  • 11 months ago | Film Reviews

    Hardcore Henry screened as a midnight movie at last September’s Toronto Film Festival, and was so ecstatically received that a distributor bidding war ensued. Six months later, the film has hit theaters nationwide and fallen flat, thanks to intens...

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