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March 2014

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      3/25/14

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      1."When is a Joke Too Soon?": Peter McGraw and Joel Warner at Slate conduct a scientific study as to when a joke is socially considered "too soon"."In the middle of 2001, the satirical newspaper The Onion moved its operation from its...
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        Please, critics, write about the filmmaking

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        My colleague Sam Adams runs a weekly survey at CriticWire, in which he poses a question of the week to people who write about film and television. This week's query inspired an especially rich batch of answers. Q: Jazz critic Ted Gioia...
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          Thumbnails 3/24/14

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          1."In the Films of Joel & Ethan Coen, It's a Hard World for Little Things": The always insightful Mike D'Angelo of The Dissolve does an extensive career view on the life and times of the Coen brothers. "It’s taken the better part of...
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            Muppets Most Wanted

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            "Muppets Most Wanted" opens with a self-referential song that comments on the fact that sequels are never quite as good as the film that inspired them and then goes on to prove the point. When everyone's favorite frog, bear, pig, and whatever Gonzo...
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              On the Need for a "Harlem Renaissance" for Latino Cinema

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              At the press conference following this year's Academy Awards, "12 Years a Slave" director Steve McQueen described a certain kind of progress made in 2013: "The background characters are now in the foreground." The success of "Slave" capped a...
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                Thumbnails 3/21/14

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                1."Go Gentle Into That Good Night": As a general rule on RogerEbert.com, we don't self-promote our work in the Thumbnail section. However, today I am breaking that rule. You may have read this blog entry from Roger when he first published it in...
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                  Robert Rodriguez Talks About His Move Into Television With "From Dusk Till Dawn: The...

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                  Robert Rodriguez is trying to find a quiet place for our interview. Not so easy when you are at SXSW in Austin, the mega three-part festival that covers interactive, film and music and draws an energized crowd of thousands from around the world...
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                    Divergent

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                    "Divergent" is all about identity—about searching your soul and determining who you are and how you fit in as you emerge from adolescence to adulthood. So it's all too appropriate that the film version of the wildly popular young adult novel...
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                      Maladies

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                      "This is a story about an actor who is no longer acting." intones the voiceover narrator at the beginning of "Maladies", the latest collaboration between artist/filmmaker Carter and jack-of-all-trades James Franco, an actor who also could be said to...
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                        Nymphomaniac: Vol. I

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                        The first poster released for Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac" had a Brady-Bunch structure, with images of all the main actors stacked on top of one another, each individual lost in the exact moment of sexual climax. The poster was eye-catching and...