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May 2014

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      Cannes Flashback: Hollywood Plays It Safe, Sorry

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      Selections from Roger Ebert's Cannes coverage…Flashback #7: Hollywood Plays It Safe, SorryFilm festivals provided Roger with an annual escape from the formulas that plagued so many Hollywood pictures. This superb essay, written during the...
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        Cannes, Day Ten: Olivier Assayas' "Clouds of Sils Maria"

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        The 67th Festival de Cannes is soon to end, and "Clouds of Sils Maria" by French director Olivier Assayas ("Something in the Air," "Irma Vep"), the final film to be presented in competition, had its press screening this morning. One of the myths of...
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          Blended

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          The most shocking revelation to come from the latest Adam Sandler movie, "Blended," has nothing to do with any gross-out joke or adolescent gag, nothing to do with projectile vomiting or messy excrement or children behaving in wildly inappropriate...
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            The Dance of Reality

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            Of all the possible cinematic trends of 2014, who could have possibly foreseen that the return to prominence of Alejandro Jodorowsky would be among them? The Chilean-born filmmaker became an icon to many moviegoers when his second feature, the...
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              Cold in July

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              "Cold in July," a pulpy, Texas-set thriller based on hard-boiled horror/thriller author Joe Lansdale's novel, fails to capture the discomfiting qualities that make it a Joe Lansdale story. Readers may know Lansdale as the screenwriter of "Bubba...
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                Words and Pictures

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                If a picture is indeed worth a thousand words, this review would be just a slfie of yours truly looking sad and confused as the credits for "Words and Pictures" played in the background. Alas, I work in a medium driven by words, so to equal that...
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                  The Angriest Man in Brooklyn

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                  I imagine that the title of this motion picture is going to spur a lot of obvious jokes from any number of New York-based film critics, so I’ll exercise a little self-discipline and spare you my own. Unfortunately, this leaves me with very...
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                    Cannes, Day Nine: "Leviathan," "Misunderstood"

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                    There is both beauty and pessimism in "Leviathan" by Russian director Andrei Zviaguintsev ("Elena," "The Return"), which premiered tonight in competition.  The beauty of the film’s bleak setting is striking from the first shot, but the...
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                      Effective Melodrama of HBO's "The Normal Heart" with Mark Ruffalo

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                      Fantastic performances balance out Ryan Murphy and Larry Kramer’s melodramatic approach to the history of the AIDS crisis in HBO’s highly-anticipated "The Normal Heart," premiering Sunday, May 25th, 2014. The creator of "Glee" and...
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                        Interview: Alejandro Jodorowsky on "The Dance of Reality" and the Healing Power of Art

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                        Many words come to mind when describing the films of Alejandro Jodorowsky. Everything from "surreal" and "hallucinatory" to "grotesque" and "violent." But "autobiographical" is usually not one of them. And yet, here we are, with Jodorowsky’s...