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August 2015

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      Hitman: Agent 47

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      “Hitman: Agent 47” is aggressively awful, the kind of film that rubs its lackadaisical screenwriting, dull filmmaking and boring characters in your face, almost daring you to ask the theater operator for your money back. It is a film...
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        American Ultra

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        “American Ultra” tries to combine a sweet, slacker romance with a slick, super-violent action flick. If that sounds jarring to you, that’s probably because it is.Mixing such disparate genres requires a more deft hand than the one...
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          “Fear the Walking Dead” Captures the End of the World

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          Let’s get this out the way quickly: the premiere of “Fear the Walking Dead” on Sunday isn’t in the same realm as the unforgettable debut of “The Walking Dead.” Director Frank Darabont defined the visual language...
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            #259 August 19, 2015

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            Sheila writes: In the films of Spike Lee, the characters often break the fourth wall and speak directly into the lens. There's a break in the action, and the dialogue spoken to the camera feels almost like it's from a documentary, with the "talking...
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              Beltracchi - The Art of the Forgery

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              It’s too bad that Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams already co-starred as Walter and Margaret Keane in “Big Eyes,” last year’s under-appreciated art scam biopic that somehow turned a promising plotline about the contested...
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                Movie Namesakes: "No Escape"

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                In terms of new releases, late August is always the cinematic doldrums. Studios are now savvier about how they parse late summer releases—“Guardians of the Galaxy” came out in August last year, and this year titles like...
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                  Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival Highlights

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                  Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival is back in Chicago this weekend (8/20-23) and, with no offense to fans of “Wolfcop,” the line-up is notably improved from year one. The fest has gone from an interesting curiosity in its debut...
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                    "A Girl at My Door"

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                    The South Korean film “A Girl at My Door” is a low-key psychological thriller with uneasy feelings pulsating beneath its plain rural background on summer days. Its damaged heroine just wants to help a desperate girl in need of care and...
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                      A Deadwood Dream

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                      Last night I had a dream about "Deadwood." It was 2017, and David Milch’s western had miraculously returned to HBO, eleven years after its unexpected cancellation. The opening credits were essentially unchanged, but they were missing a...
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                        Thumbnails 8/17/15

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                        1."Cool to Kill: The Ascendance of N.W.A and Gangsta Rap": A superb, music-filled article by Soulhead's Michael A. Gonzales. Related: Deadline's Mike Fleming Jr. chats with director F. Gary Gray about "the hard life lessons that led to 'Straight...