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September 2014

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      The Boxtrolls

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      When I was a kid I saw both David Lean's "Oliver Twist" and Carol Reed's "Oliver!," and then promptly spent a summer plowing my way through Dickens' book, which I hadn't read, hoping to step into the fantasy launched by those films. After that,...
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        Jimi: All Is by My Side

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        You will not hear “Red House” in “Jimi: All Is By My Side,” the new musical drama about Jimi Hendrix. You will not hear “Fire,” or “Purple Haze,” or “The Wind Cries Mary,” or even my...
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          The Two Faces of January

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          In “The Two Faces of January,” Viggo Mortensen wields a cigarette with the authority of Bette Davis and all the other great smokers of studio-era Hollywood. Gazing from under heavy-lidded eyes and a hat brim pulled low, Mortensen looks...
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            Good People

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            In pretty much any motion picture, or work of fiction, if there’s a scene in which a character rationalizes a clearly ill-advised appropriation by saying, “What makes money bad? The people. What the people do with it,” you can be...
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              Lilting

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              That’s a lovely word, lilting. It means the pleasing rise and fall of a voice, usually accented, and so it makes an apt title for “Lilting” the first feature for writer-director Hong Khaou, which concerns itself with a language...
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                Pride

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                “Pride” wears on its sleeve the desire to make its audience stand up and cheer. It is willing to occasionally plumb the depths of familiar formula to achieve its goal. Here is a true story that could have been played as straight drama,...
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                  The Song

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                  The sins of the father are visited upon his son in “The Song,” a faith-based parable that draws from the Bible as much as it does from every perils-of-showbiz cliché in the book. The religious spin comes from the suggestion...
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                    Two Night Stand

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                    A few years back, when “Night of the Living Dead”-redolent zombie movies started popping up like, well, zombies, there was a joke among movie mavens who were past masters of the genre, to the effect of “Haven’t the characters...
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                      NYFF 2014: Help Us Out New York!

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                      "Help us out New York! Help us out!" says one of four men singing in perfect harmony on a subway car headed downtown to Lincoln Center. They're talking to the New York they see but can't touch. The opulent banquet of the senses, the purposely-dirty...
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                        Thumbnails 9/26/14

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                        1."The Movies' Greatest Pop Music Moments": A smashing list from the staff at The Dissolve, including Noel Murray's appreciation of how Irene Cara's "Flashdance...What a Feeling" is used so ingeniously in "Dogtooth." It's a sequence that must be...