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Gillian Anderson itches to return to “The X-Files,” possibly with a spoof movie

Article: Gillian Anderson itches to return to “The X-Files,” possibly with a spoof movie

“The X-Files” is still shockingly healthy for a franchise based on a television series that went off the air almost a decade ago. As recently as 2008, the story of Agents Mulder and Scully was continued in the series’ second film, “The X-Files: I Want to Believe.” Now, Gillian Anderson is saying she would be…

‘Kalifornia’ All The Way

Article: ‘Kalifornia’ All The Way

In Kalifornia a photographer (Michelle Forbes) and her writer boyfriend (David Duchovny) head cross country in the foot steps of serial killers. They are writing a book, but inadvertently start their own drama when they ignore every mother’s advice and decide to bring along two drifters Early Grayce (Brad Pitt) and his girlfriend Adele (Juliette…

House of D: Not Your Average Trip Down Memory Lane

Article: House of D: Not Your Average Trip Down Memory Lane

House of D, David Duchovny’s 2004 directorial debut, is a wistful and sentimental telling of a childhood in New York City’s East Village in 1973. It doesn’t start in the wide sideburns and over-sized lapels of groovy New York, though, it starts in Paris. Duchovny stars as Tom, an artist living the quintessential life of…

Toronto 2009: “Micmacs”‘ Charming Arms Race

Article: Toronto 2009: “Micmacs”‘ Charming Arms Race

Why there were a few scattered empty seats left at the world premiere of “Micmacs,” I don’t know. This is Jean-Pierre Jeunet, dammit, and after putting the excess of “A Very Long Engagement” behind him, he arrived in Toronto with a leaner and meaner comedy that seems to have been designed as a playground for…

David Duchovny would like to be your Warren Beatty.

Article: David Duchovny would like to be your Warren Beatty.

Every summer since “Star Wars,” pundits have complained about The Death of Adult Film. Sunday, it was the Washington Post‘s Ann Hornaday’s turn to speculate on why “movies for grown-ups are in the cross-hairs,” or, in her formulation: “Hello, ‘Paul Blart.’ Sayonara, ‘Frost/Nixon.’” Oh, c’mon. The article’s assumption is that anything that isn’t explicitly blockbuster…

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