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June 2015

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      Escobar: Paradise Lost

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      Few actors feel as present as Benicio Del Toro, a performer that doesn’t play-act, he embodies the characters he portrays. In “Escobar: Paradise Lost,” Del Toro could be playing with children in a pool or ordering a young man to...
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        Max

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        “Max” is a case of the tail wagging the movie. Thank goodness it does, however, since the tale itself leaves a bit to be desired.Doggy derring-do has been a hallowed Hollywood tradition ever since the silent days when...
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          The Little Death

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          The Australian sex comedy “The Little Death” coyly takes its title from the French idiom for orgasm. It toys with the idea of being racy and dabbles in dark humor. Similarly, it flits around several couples struggling with intimacy...
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            Big Game

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            According to IMDb, Samuel L. Jackson currently has 163 credited roles as an actor. Even if you remove his appearances on television and video games, that still makes him one of the most prolific stars of our time. Since his filmography runs the...
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              Fresh Dressed

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              Watching “Fresh Dressed,” I occasionally felt myself swept up in the nostalgia of my childhood and adolescent brushes with style. It started as soon as I recalled the Slick Rick lyric the movie may have taken its title from: “Fresh...
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                A Borrowed Identity

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                The complex interrelated identities of Jewish and Palestinian Israelis—two peoples divided by a shared culture, to paraphrase Oscar Wilde’s reputed quip—is movingly explored in “A Borrowed Identity,” a sharply mounted...
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                  Batkid Begins

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                  On November 15, 2013, the city of San Francisco became Gotham City in the eyes of five-year-old Miles Scott. Along with the help of a taller Batman (Eric Johnston, aka E.J.), leukemia-fighter Miles adorned a heavily-labored Dark Knight costume,...
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                    A Murder in the Park

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                    Besides being a riveting true-crime story, Shawn Rech and Brandon Kimber’s “A Murder in the Park” is a film that makes a powerful case that some cherished liberal beliefs aren’t always congruent with the truth; in fact,...
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                      Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: June 25, 2015

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                      We were off last week but the HECG is back with one of its most quality-laden editions to date, especially for those in love with international cinema. Some of the best foreign language films of the last few years hit Blu-ray recently, including...
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                        Interview: Thomas Hayden Church on "Max," "Killer Joe"

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                        A polished, family-aimed adventure, the Texas-set “Max” is a silver screen relic starring a charismatic hound (a Belgian Malinois, to be precise), in a story inspired by the military service dogs who work side-by-side with our troops....