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December 2013

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      Dhoom: 3

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      From the beginning, the "Dhoom" films have invited comparison to the "Fast & Furious" franchise, with John Abraham's charismatic villain/antihero in the first giving way to Hrithik Roshan's even more charismatic variation in the hugely...
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        Meet Nell Minow, the Matron Saint of Film Reviewers

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        This profile of our contributor Nell Minow was published at Existimatum, a website that "vets, rates, scores, and reviews film reviews for you." Their associate critic Marcus Julianus (we're guessing that's a pseudonym) chatted with Nell about her...
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          Black FIlm and TV Directors in 2013: A Prgoress Report

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          By all accounts, 2013 has been a striking year for black film directors. There were eleven films with black filmmakers this year: "12 Years a Slave" (Steve McQueen); "Black Nativity" (Kasi Lemmons); "Baggage Claim" (David E. Talbert); "The Best Man...
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            Choosing life: The words and impact of Jeff Shannon, 1961-2013

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            Jeff Shannon, who died Dec. 20, was a Seattle-based film critic and RogerEbert.com contributor who often wrote about issues facing the disabled. He was a gifted writer and fiercely independent man, and his aesthetic opinions often intertwined with...
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              All the Light in the Sky

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              Jane Adams has a sweet baffled sadness that brings an empathetic response from an audience. You feel protective of her. You want her to do well, be happy. She had only two or three scenes in "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and that character...
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                Jeff Shannon Remembered

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                As a film critic, a contributor to RogerEbert.com and a disabled person, I was saddened to learn last night of the death of Jeff Shannon, who was all these things too. But Jeff was more than just a disabled person: he was a disabled activist. He...
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                  The Selfish Giant

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                  Precisely directed and written, and acted with honesty and heart, "The Selfish Giant" is easy to admire but difficult to recommend, because its vision of friendship, poverty and desperation is so stark. Written and directed by Clio Barnard, this...
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                    The Past

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                    With "A Separation" (2011), director Asghar Farhadi made what was to become the Iranian cinema's greatest international success, a worldwide hit that garnered numerous high-profile awards culminating in Iran's first-ever Best Foreign-Language Film...
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                      Breakfast with Curtis

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                      At the outset, "Breakfast with Curtis" looks pretty rote. It's a coming-of-age story in which the title character (Jonah Parker), an awkward, home-schooled 14 year-old, grows up by becoming more confident, and socially aware. Thankfully, "Breakfast...
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                        Thumbnails 12/20/2013

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                        1.">"Cartoon Network Cancelled a Show Because It Was Too Focused on Girls." Jezebel's Kate Dries has the depressing scoop on why "Tower Prep" was cancelled in 2011 after just one season."Tower Prep was a live action show about teens with special...