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October 2014

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      Force Majeure

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      In Ruben Östlund’s sharp-edged marital drama “Force Majeure,” a young Swedish family–mom, dad, two grade school age kids–begin their skiing vacation in a French Alpine resort in typical holiday high spirits. The...
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        Ouija

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        I played with a Ouija board exactly one time. More on that shortly. What amuses me about the game, and that amusement transfers over to the movie version, is that it proves that there is no such thing as bad publicity. People my age will remember...
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          Stonehearst Asylum

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          Brad Anderson is one of our most underrated filmmakers, bringing his precise directorial eye to works like “Session 9” and “Transsiberian,” while also taking time to elevate shows such as “Fringe,” “The...
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            Life of Riley

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            In photographs taken close to the time Alain Resnais was to present his “Life of Riley” (its French title is “Aimer, boire, et chante,” that is, “Love, Drink, and Sing,” but the English title matches that of its...
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              White Bird in a Blizzard

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              Gregg Araki is no stranger to teen angst and provocative filmmaking. For the last 25 years, Araki has been seemingly obsessed with the years of sexual exploration and teenage rebellion in works like “The Doom Generation,”...
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                The Heart Machine

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                “The Heart Machine” is a tries-too-hard title that sounds like a medical drama or perhaps a robot romance. But it is nothing of the sort. Thank goodness. Instead, this insightful drama layered with subtle thriller elements aims for...
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                  "Life Itself" Nominated for Best Documentary by the Gotham Awards

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                  "Life Itself," Steve James's acclaimed documentary about the life and legacy of iconic film critic Roger Ebert, has received its first major nomination of the 2014 awards season. The film has been nominated by the Gotham Independent Film Awards in...
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                    Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: October 23, 2014

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                    And...we're back. Temperatures are dropping, holiday shopping lists are filling up and your options of streaming, On Demand and Blu-ray entertainment are increasing. There are so many choices out there. How do you make the right one? Use the Guide....
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                      Chicago Humanities Festival to Premiere New Footage of Roger Ebert in "Life Itself"

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                      The Chicago Humanities Festival is one of Chicago's most valued cultural treasures, and is celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary this year. It is devoted to championing the humanities, providing opportunities for the public to meet and engage...
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                        Thumbnails 10/23/14

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                        1."Death and Mrs. Doubtfire": The Atlantic's James Parker writes a phenomenal essay on how "the secret ingredient of Robin Williams's greatest role" was grief.“Mrs. Doubtfire’s secret, the thing that authenticates her, is grief. The...