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December 2013

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      Which Movies Would Roger Choose?

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      Which films will win at the Oscars or the Golden Globes? In the past, clear favorites have emerged, but it's truly a toss-up this year. I miss Roger's speculations. By this time he would have pronounced the winner of the Best Picture for the Academy...
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        Grudge Match

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        "Grudge Match" takes the popular boxing game of speculation and makes a movie out of it. You know how it goes: Someone will ask a question that kicks off hours of arguments. The most popular one I've heard is "Would Muhammad Ali in his prime beat a...
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          The Invisible Woman

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          More mood piece than melodrama, Ralph Fiennes' "The Invisible Woman" brings extraordinary delicacy and cinematic intelligence to the true story of a love affair that Charles Dickens kept secret from the time he met then 18-year-old Nelly Ternan in...
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            The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

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            Let me be frank: to use the words of the august founder of this website, I hated, hated, hated this movie. From Ben Stiller's pantomimes of romantic hesitation in its opening moments as Walter Mitty goes all J. Alfred Prufrock on eHarmony.com,...
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              47 Ronin

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              Spectacular goofiness should be expected of "47 Ronin," an American film loosely based on the true story of 47 real-life master-less samurai who avenged their disgraced master's death. As its ads promise, the film features a troll-looking dude...
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                Lone Survivor

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                "Lone Survivor" burns with the fever of a passion project. Writer-director Peter Berg's gratitude to United States servicemen for all their sacrifice comes through viscerally, from first frame to last. The film opens with a long montage of real-life...
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                  It Truly Is an Honor Just To Be Nominated

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                  Welcome to the holiday portion of the awards race. The heavy shopping is out of the way from the critic groups. Over 20 regional city and state organizations, five or so specialty critic/press associations, three exclusively online entities and the...
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                    Blu-ray Consumer Guide: December 24

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                    As this goes up, I imagine that your delivery-in-time-for-Christmas options might be exhausted. But this column is a year-round paean to general consumerism, not just gift-giving. Think of these as gifts for yourself, if need be. Here are five...
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                      "Life Itself" and Sundance

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                      "Life Itself," the documentary about Roger, will debut at the Sundance Film Festival in less than a month, on January 19 at 5pm. There is a certain irony in a film about a film critic being subject to review. But Roger had faith in Steve James'...
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                        #199 December 25, 2013

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                        Sheila writes: David Lynch presents his latest, something called The Interview Project, 121 mini-documentaries about life in America. You can read more about the project at Open Culture and check out Lynch's introductory video...