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March 2014

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      A Birder's Guide to Everything

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      Fifteen-year-old David Portnoy (Kodi Smit-McPhee, in a beautifully natural performance) is still grieving the loss of his mother when his dad (James LeGros) decides to re-marry. Even worse, Dad is going to marry the nurse (Daniela Lavender) who took...
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        Cheap Thrills

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        "Cheap Thrills" is a movie that Rod Serling would have loved. Driven by a stellar everyman performance by the always-great Pat Healy, E.L. Katz's darkly comic thriller plays that oh-so-common "Twilight Zone" game of putting an average protagonist in...
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          Rob the Mob

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          In 1991, as New York City stopped in its tracks to follow the trial of mob boss John Gotti, a story briefly took over the front pages, a sideshow to the main event: a crazy in-love couple from Queens, taking advantage of the chaos in the organized...
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            Blood Ties

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            The French actor and director Guillaume Canet made his international arthouse name with the tricksy 2006 thriller "Tell No One," which he followed with the less tricksy and more indulgent where-am-I-and-my-generation-now drama "Little White Lies."...
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              The French Minister

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              While patiently hoping for a soupcon of slapstick or a risible remark that would at the very least cause me to emit a bemused chuckle now and then, I couldn't help but think of a phrase that inspired another movie title while sitting through the...
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                John Doe: Vigilante

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                The shrill and sanctimonious "John Doe: Vigilante" alternates between diatribes about the ineffectiveness of the justice system and gratuitous, gory clips of repeat offenders dying the brutal, bloody deaths they "deserve." These moments are tied...
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                  Anita

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                  I thought about Twitter while watching "Anita," Freida Lee Mock's documentary about Anita Hill. Twitter didn't exist in 1991 when Hill gave her testimony before the Senate, but I couldn't help but wonder how things would have played out if it had....
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                    The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation Honors Steven Spielberg with the Lincoln...

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                    The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation honored award-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg with the prestigious Lincoln Leadership Prize at a dinner ceremony Wednesday at the Hilton Chicago. The award was presented by actress Sally...
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                      Ebertfest Announces the Complete Lineup for 2014

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                      CHAMPAIGN, Ill.(March 20, 2014) — Roger Ebert will not be at his namesake festival this year, but he will kick it off just the same. "Life Itself," a documentary about the late film critic's life, will open the 16th Annual Roger Ebert's Film...
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                        Today is Character Day: Check Out a Short Film Explaining What That Means

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                        In December, I wrote about Tiffany Shlain, whom I had met at the TED Women conference. Tiffany was promoting a film project "The Science of Character" and an event—Character Day, March 20, 2014. The film and the event are all about developing...