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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  • 5 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...

  • Paulette is old, and she's also mean and deeply racist, and, as played by the legendary French actress Bernadette Lafont, the title character in this formulaic comedy is unapologetic about her brittle edges. Alas, writer-director...

  • The setup is more fun than the payoff in this ambitious new take on the identity-switch comedy. Ana Maria (Edy Ganem) is 24, and so obsessed with blogging and tweeting about her favorite Mexican telenovela that she can't keep a job, much to the...

  • The magnificent dance film Flamenco Flamenco begins, as it must, with a lady in red. Scarlet red, the dress clings to the impossibly lithe body of Sara Baras, Spain's preeminent female dancer, who stretches her long arms to the sky, and...

  • The exceedingly gruesome Jersey Shore Massacre is likely to amuse but then repulse those who once relished the whiny twang of the young Italian housemates on MTV's hit show Jersey Shore. Bypassing the beach altogether,...

  • 2 years ago | Film Reviews

    The magnificent dance film Flamenco Flamenco begins, as it must, with a lady in red. Scarlet red, the dress clings to the impossibly lithe body of Sara Baras, Spain's preeminent female dancer, who stretches her long arms to the sky and then, with ...

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