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October 2014

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      Christopher Nolan Comments Section Bingo

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      With the release of "Interstellar" next week, we continue a ritual that has stretched back to 2008's "The Dark Knight," maybe earlier: critics review a new movie by Christopher Nolan, and fans preemptively laud the critic for being wise and fair, or...
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        "Life Itself" Named Best Documentary at American Film Festival in Poland

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        "Life Itself," Steve James's documentary about the life and work of Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert, won the Best Documentary prize at the 5th American Film Festival in Wrocław, Poland. Hailing the film as "brilliant,"...
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          Book Excerpt: The Ultimate Woody Allen Film Companion by Jason Bailey

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          We're happy to present an excerpt from Jason Bailey's "The Ultimate Woody Allen Film Companion," now available in stores and online. You can pick up a copy by clicking here. Synopsis: A complete look at the extensive, ageless, unparalleled...
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            Ceilings Roughly 25 Feet High: Jason Schwartzman on “Listen Up Philip”

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            Within the first few seconds of meeting Jason Schwartzman, one thing becomes crystal-clear: the man is as friendly and generous as his titular character in Alex Ross Perry’s acclaimed indie, “Listen Up Philip,” is mean and...
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              Happy New Year

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              Expectations can be a burden, and “Happy New Year” is heavy laden: director Farah Khan and leading man Shahrukh Khan (no relation) have made two prior features, 2004's “Main Hoon Na” and 2007's “Om Shanti Om,”...
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                Thumbnails 10/24/14

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                1."The Laborers Who Keep Dick Pics and Beheadings Out of Your Facebook Feed": A fantastic report from Wired's Adrian Chen.“Companies like Facebook and Twitter rely on an army of workers employed to soak up the worst of humanity in order...
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                  Low Down

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                  "Low Down" is a very good jazz movie and a very good heroin movie, if indeed there's much practical difference between the two modes—and perhaps there isn't. From "The Man with the Golden Arm" through "Bird" and "Mo Better Blues," jazz has...
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                    More Than a Superstar: “Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown”

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                    It must be daunting to mount a documentary about someone as well-known, beloved and important as James Brown. Where do you start? While his on-stage persona is well-documented, not as much is known about his life away from the mic, so a personal...
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                      John Wick

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                      Just when John Wick thought he was out, they pull him back in. It’s the tried-and-true formula of one last job/heist/assignment. A longtime bad guy leaves the life of crime in pursuit of peace and quiet, but naturally gets dragged back to his...
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                        Laggies

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                        Movies about men in states of arrested development are legion. They’re the reason Judd Apatow, Adam Sandler and others too numerous to mention have careers. In film after film, male actors riff on the asinine notion that “boys will be...