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May 2014

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      Interview: Kevin Spacey Takes Another Left Turn

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      After winning two Oscars in relatively short succession, Kevin Spacey left Hollywood. He moved to London, became Artistic Director of the Old Vic, and starred in a production there every year. One of the most notable projects undertaken by Spacey in...
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        Walk of Shame

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        Over the course of the 90-minute "Walk of Shame," Elizabeth Banks’ character—a perky and wholesome local news anchor—is mistaken for:• A stripper• A hooker• A junkie• A crack whore• A drug dealer• A...
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          The unloved, Part 6: "Sorcerer"

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          Editor's note: Scout Tafoya's latest edition of "The Unloved" makes the case for William Friedkin's "Sorcerer." Based on Henri Georges Clouzot's "The Wages of Fear," a taut suspense picture about a group of men trying to drive a truck full of...
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            Ida

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            Debuted earlier this year at Lincoln Center and now on a national tour, the 21-film series "Masterpieces of Polish Cinema" bears stunning testament to the brilliance of not only one especially fecund national cinema but an entire era of...
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              The Protector 2

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              Why, Tony Jaa, why?If you’re familiar with the work of Tony Jaa, and have followed his career trajectory, you may think you know the reason I’m asking the above question. For those needing to get up to speed: Tony Jaa is a pretty...
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                Thumbnails 5/2/2014

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                1. “This Isn’t Just About Star Wars: The 5 Dumbest Arguments Against Gender Diversity.” By Tyler Foster of SharcTank. Related: Caroline Side of The AV Club argues “The Bechdel test is fine just the way it is.” See...
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                  Belle

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                  When he lectured on literature at Cornell University, Vladimir Nabokov referred to Jane Austen’s 1814 novel "Mansfield Park" as a "fairy tale," a term he did not use disparagingly. He also obliquely noted that none of its fairy-tale romantic...
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                    NOW: In the Wings on a World Stage

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                    Being interviewed about his process of creating the hunchbacked Richard III for the 2012 Bridge Project production he took around the world, Kevin Spacey talked a lot about the physicality of the character, the psychology, and then said that,...
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                      For A Woman

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                      "For A Woman" tells a story that is pretty much fraught with both romantic and political intrigue and it is therefore a little surprising to report that the end result is itself not especially intriguing. This is a bit of a shame because this is...
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                        Bad Johnson

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                        I once saw a movie about a talking vagina. It had a Colonel Sanders-style van Dyke and a voice like John Huston. No explanation was given for its sudden loquacity, and none was needed; this was porn. But the beard was a nice touch, and the voice...