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July 2015

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      Samba

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      "Samba" (the latest by "Intouchables" writing-directing team Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano) is a bizarre, uneven, and strangely charming movie about the bureaucratic nightmare that is illegal immigration in France (and elsewhere, of course, but...
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        The Outrageous Sophie Tucker

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        “The Outrageous Sophie Tucker” is an outrageously dull documentary. This is not the subject’s fault. In her six-decade career, Tucker never failed to be interesting and complex. Here was a woman whose career started out in...
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          A Gay Girl in Damascus: The Amina Profile

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          You know what they say: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The blog A Gay Girl in Damascus, which rose to international fame in 2011 before it was revealed as a hoax, was always too good to be true, from the start. It was supposedly...
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            Dark Was the Night

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            This movie opens at a logging camp, a setting little seen in contemporary cinema. Trees getting cut, woods getting shredded, in a formidable forest framed by intimidating grey sky. It’s the end of the work day, and the men are supposed to be...
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              Big Significant Things

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              This is a modestly-scaled and exceptionally crafted independent film that is genuinely invested in its characters. Indeed, the writer/director Bryan Reisberg is sufficiently talented and observant that you cannot fail to be convinced that the young...
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                Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: July 23, 2015

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                We're back with the latest and greatest as to what's available on streaming services and Blu-ray and DVD. As for the former, it's a bit light in the streaming and On Demand department, but the new releases on Blu-ray and DVD more than make up for...
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                  Southpaw

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                  Boxing isn’t a sport of surprises. It’s not about who can throw the most original punch or dodge in a brand-new fashion. Like so many sports, it’s about mastering techniques and repeating those moves more fluidly than the...
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                    From Clint to Orson: A Conversation with Biographer Patrick McGilligan

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                    The Milwaukee-based cultural journalist and author Patrick McGilligan has published biographies on semifinal figures of film, from Alfred Hitchcock and Fritz Lang to James Cagney and Jack Nicholson. None of his books caused the professional and...
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                      Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

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                      The original "Sharknado" film was a profoundly silly bit of low-budget basic cable fodder that had two things going for it—a premise that was so staggeringly goofy that one was compelled to tune in for at least a few minutes, if only to...
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                        #257 July 22, 2015

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                         Sheila writes: Lists are always fun to discuss. They are certainly launch-pads for great conversation. I saw this clip a couple of days ago (shared by Rogerebert.com contributor Nell Minow) and thought I would share it. It's a lot of fun: The...