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December 2013

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      The Great Beauty

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      After directing the interesting "Il Divo" and the uneven "This Must Be the Place," filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino reaches an infinitely superior result in this his new movie, "The Great Beauty." Chosen as Italy's representative for the 2014 Oscars, the...
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        Dismantling Dignity: On "12 Years a Slave"

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        Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave," is a history lesson taught with silence of a clenched fist. You may cry, scowl, and scream when watching this film, but you will not cheer. We cheer for heroes in costumes. Here, there are no costumes. Just...
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          1."'American Hustle' Wins New York Film Critics Circle's Best Picture, But It Was a Close One." For Indiewire, Sam Adams analyzes the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, announced yesterday. Related: The complete list of NYFCC winners."According to...
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            Out of the Furnace

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            "Out of the Furnace," about two suffering brothers (Christian Bale and Casey Affleck) in Pennsylvania steel country, hits some of the same notes as "The Deer Hunter" and Bruce Springsteen's early albums—"Darkness at the Edge of Town" and...
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              #196 December 4, 2013

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              Sheila writes: Since the end of the year is upon us (which means "Best/Worst of the Year" lists abound), here is a cool list from Jean-Luc Godard, written in 1963: The 10 Best American Sound Films. TRAILERS Tracks (2013). Directed by John Curran....
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                1."Why Disney's Marketing Plan Doesn't Do 'Frozen' Justice." For Variety, chief film critic Justin Chang writes about how Disney very purposefully misrepresented the hit film 'Frozen' as something other than a musical about two princesses, and...
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                  Unresolved Chords: How Film Composers Shape Our Feelings

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                  In the trailer for "X-Men: Days of Future Past", the music is recognizable before we see any mutant. The string instruments hit familiar notes before an extreme close-up of an eye ball, and the trailer already feels significant. The music is the...
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                    Behold the Passion…the Spectacle…the Splendor of "Trailers from Hell": An Interview with...

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                    As the creator and curator of the Trailers from Hell website, Joe Dante is audibly gobsmacked to hear that Roger Ebert was not a fan of the art form, at least in its current devolved state. The site is a compulsively watchable compendium of vintage...
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                      1."Thoughts on Paul Walker's Passing and the Way We Deal With Celebrity Death." A few days after the death of actor Paul Walker, Hitfix's Drew McWeeny offers a thoughtful meta-meditation. See also: RogerEbert.com's Peter Sobczynski's "A...
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                        Prisoners

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                        Most filmmakers understand the importance of telling a good story, but not many understand that creating an atmosphere is equally important—and even scarcer are those who can perform this task successfully. So, watching a film like "Prisoners"...