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December 2013

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      Khumba

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      Like so many coming of age stories, "Khumba," a blander-than-bad animated movie about a half-striped pre-teen zebra, is ostensibly a pre-emptive life lesson/fable. At one point, "Khumba" probably had noble goals: to re-assure tweens, and let them...
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        The Last Days on Mars

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        "The Last Days on Mars" is a movie that I, someone who grew up loving both science fiction and horror movies, rather wish I could like better. And it really isn't even a bad movie, or a bad movie of its sort. It's just not good enough to really...
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          Expecting

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          In writer-director Jessie McCormack's debut feature "Expecting," the uptight Lizzie (Radha Mitchell) very much wants to have a baby with her husband Peter (Jon Dore), but she is unable to conceive. Her wild-and-woolly best friend Andie (Michelle...
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            Twice Born

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            "Twice Born" takes the ravages that countless innocent victims suffered two decades ago in Sarajevo and uses them as the backdrop for a melodramatic, twisty mystery involving lost love and problematic paternity.Yes, it's all as clunky and tasteless...
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              Merry Christmas

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              Anna Condo's sarcastically titled "Merry Christmas" shows what happens when a group of upper-crust New Yorkers travel to the wilds of Pennsylvania to spend their Christmas holidays playing a murder mystery game at a remote bed and breakfast. The...
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                Oscar Isaac Takes the Lead with the Coen Brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis"

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                An interesting supporting actor in films including "Drive," "The Bourne Legacy," and "Sucker Punch," Oscar Isaac steps to the front of the stage as the title character in Joel & Ethan Coen's "Inside Llewyn Davis." Set over a cold week in 1961...
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                  Thumbnails 12/5/2013

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                  1."National Board of Review Selects 'Her' as Best Picture." The Los Angeles Times' Susan King reports on the latest round of awards. Related: The New York Film Critics Circle's winners."Spike Jonze's quirky love story about a lonely man and his...
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                    The New "Bonnie & Clyde" Turns Mythology into Melodrama

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                    Shouldn't a legendary life of crime be more fun than this? "Bonnie & Clyde," airing over two consecutive nights on three channels (Lifetime, A&E, and The History Channel) snoozes instead of purring. With dialogue that over-explains every...
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                      Someone Remake "Escape from New York," Please

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                      John Carpenter's "Escape from New York " (1981) is often referred to as a cult-classic. I've never been quite sure the kind of criteria anyone would base this kind of statement on, but here is a feature that certainly generated buzz when it came out...
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                        New York Film Critics Circle and National Board of Review Start the Oscar Race

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                        When the New York Film Critics Circle finally announced that David O. Russell's "American Hustle" topped their annual Best Picture debate, the response at Sony may have started with a deafening "YAY!" but turned to a more bitten-lip "Hmmm, what...