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August 2014

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      Jamie Marks Is Dead

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      Gloom and doom rarely look as good as they do in “Jamie Marks Is Dead,” which was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize at Sundance earlier this year. With its eerie rendering of wintry landscapes in rural Upstate New York, this...
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        Last Weekend

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        "Last Weekend" is a film that asks audiences to spend a long Labor Day weekend in the company of a supremely dysfunctional family given to trading barbs with each other at the drop of a hat and the unfortunate collection of guests...
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          Patema Inverted

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          Yasuhiro Yoshiura’s “Patema Inverted” mines a lot of entertainment value and social allegory from a pretty great concept despite being held back from greatness by a clunky narrative. When the wonder of its premise and perilous...
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            1."'The Simpsons' and 'My So-Called Life' Are the Right Kind of 90s Nostalgia": Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson takes a look at two beloved programs that had their golden era two decades ago.“‘The Simpsons’ and ‘My So-Called...
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              Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: August 28, 2014

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              We're back with our bi-weekly guide to the best new offerings on Blu-ray, DVD, and streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and Fandor. As is often the case, when one service kind of slows, another option arises. And so while the number of new...
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                1."David Chase Offers Response to 'Tony Didn't Die' Article": RogerEbert.com Editor-In-Chief Matt Zoller Seitz writes for Vulture about the "Sopranos" creator's claims that he was misquoted in the controversial Vox piece, "Did Tony die at the end of...
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                  The History Channel’s “Houdini” Fails to Capture Magic of Its Subject

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                  “One way or another, we all want to escape.” With those opening lines of narration, The History Channel’s “Houdini” sets itself as a piece about the escape artist or magician as a metaphor for the pasts from which...
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                    The November Man

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                    "The November Man" is a strange and frustrating movie. It seems to want to be a James Bond or Jason Bourne picture: the kind of film in which car chases are tracked by satellites and drones, assassins cut down bushels of henchmen while barely...
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                      #233 August 27, 2014

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                      Sheila writes: Some long takes in cinema are gratuitous and flashy, some connect themselves to the theme of the movie, but all of them are fun to pick apart and deconstruct. The technological challenges are daunting and it's fun to see film-makers...
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                        Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People

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                        One of the things I learned in watching Thomas Allen Harris’ engrossing documentary “Through a Lens Darkly”: George Eastman, of Eastman Kodak fame, served on the board of Booker T. Washington’s Tuskegee Institute and in...