Of the three films I reviewed this week, by far the most significant is Crazy Horse, Frederick Wiseman's strong, if problematic (but what Wiseman film can't be described as "problematic") latest. If it doesn't rank among the director's finest, it does nothing to diminish a body of work that is richer than that of any other living American filmmaker.
Crazy Horse (Slant)
Watching TV witht the Red Chinese (Slant)
The City Dark (Time Out New York)