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March 2015

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      The Hitchcock Connection

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      In the days since my mother died unexpectedly a couple of weeks ago, I’ve had, as you might expect, difficulty doing much of anything besides what’s been required of me. And that’s been pretty difficult too. In the down...
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        Interview: Kirby Dick on “The Hunting Ground”

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        Continuing its expansion into Chicago this weekend, director Kirby Dick’s necessary documentary “The Hunting Ground”exposes the neglected sexual assault epidemic occurring on college campuses across the nation, and its horrific...
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          Meet the Writers: Matt Fagerholm

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          Editor's note: To give you a chance to get to know our writers better, we've asked them to respond to some questions. Here's Matt Fagerholm, a Chicago film critic, publisher of Indie-Outlook.com and employee of The Ebert Company. The Movie Love...
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            Jauja

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            "Jauja," a period drama set in Argentina's Patagonia region starring Viggo Mortensen, is one the most original and peculiar adventure films in recent memory; it's firmly in the wheelhouse of Argentinian director Lisandro Alonso's previous films...
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              Thumbnails 3/20/15

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              1."Harry Potter and the Twelve-Year Boyhood": At Observations on film art, Kristin Thompson pens a splendid piece contrasting the achievement of Linklater's "Boyhood" with the "Harry Potter" series, which both allowed audiences to...
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                Danny Collins

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                "Danny Collins," about an old pop star discovering the true meaning of life, is an appealing comedy with an unabashed streak of melodrama, sharp dialogue, and a superb ensemble cast, anchored by a lead performance by Al Pacino in lovable scamp mode....
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                  La Sapienza

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                  “La Sapienza” strikes this reviewer as easily the most astonishing and important movie to emerge from France in quite some time. While its style deserves to be called stunningly original and rapturously beautiful, the film is boldest in...
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                    The Gunman

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                    Throughout his illustrious career, Sean Penn has only rarely ever taken a starring role in a straightforward genre piece aimed squarely at the multiplex crowd. He has never really taken on a role that required him to be a two-fisted, gun-toting hero...
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                      Spring

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                      "Spring," an ambitious and often enchanting genre hybrid, is at its best when it's a straight-forward romance. Which is a shame since elements of supernatural horror eventually intrude, and become too prominent to ignore. At that point, the film...
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                        Accidental Love

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                        David O. Russell deserves to be counted among Hollywood’s finest living filmmakers, one who appeals to mainstream tastes without having to compromise his off-kilter depictions of humanity with all its flaws.His record speaks for itself: Since...