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January 2014

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      Sundance Report: "Skeleton Twins" and "The One I Love"

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      Over the years Sundance has garnered a reputation for programming ho-hum films about middle-aged white people going through existential crises. Whether that crass categorization remains to be accurate in 2014 is up for debate, but it should be noted...
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        A Letter to Roger on "Life Itself"

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        Dearest Rog,It is hard for me to write about "Life Itself". I remember when we, your Far Flung Correspondents, learned just a couple of years ago of your memoirs being turned into a motion picture. Those were esctatic times, having been recently...
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          Sundance Report: "Listen Up Phillip" and "The Better Angels"

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          As the Sundance Film Festival continues, I was struck by the way a pair films I caught were linked by their impassioned emulation of other filmmakers. Directed by A.J. Edwards, "The Better Angels" dives headfirst into the formative years of a...
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            Sundance Report: "The Trip to Italy" and "The Raid 2"

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            This will be my last dispatch on the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. My second year at Sundance was about as surreal and fulfilling as I could have hoped. I breezed through a dozen films I was dying to see, and many were as good as I'd hoped. I didn't...
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              I, Frankenstein

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              I wonder if Aaron Eckhart knew, when he signed on to play eventually-horrifically-disfigured Gotham City District Attorney Harvey Dent in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight," that "it," such as it is, would ever come to "this." Surely it is only...
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                On "Life Itself"

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                Before watching the premier of "Life Itself" at the Sundance Film Festival, I would not have guessed how much the documentary about my dear Roger would affect me. Steve James' film, adapted from Roger's memoir of the same name, was, in a word,...
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                  Gloria

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                  Gloria, "Gloria"—hallelujah! Your truth has marched its way into my heart.There is that feeling you get inside when a movie suddenly starts to push your every button, creating an emotional connection that goes beyond pure reason and mere...
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                    Stranger by the Lake

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                    "Stranger by the Lake" is the sexiest and most elegant thriller in years, and it's a damn shame it stands so little chance of traveling beyond the niche of a "gay film" it will probably get squeezed into. This French movie, written and directed by...
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                      Gimme Shelter

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                      "Gimme Shelter" starts with a lot of promise. We see shots of a gritty New York not often seen in films today: rattling above-ground subway lines, tenements, dank hallways filled with noise and chaos. Over the urban landscape shots, we hear a...
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                        Run & Jump

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                        "Run & Jump" is about a young Irish husband and father who returns home from the hospital after suffering a stroke, one that leaves him a shell of his former self. His wife and two children struggle to reconnect with him and establish a new kind...