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September 2015

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      Venice Film Festival 2015: "The Danish Girl"

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      Far be it from me to make any grand assumptions about the general character of the Venice Film Festival after spending all of two and a half days here. On the other hand, he said, pulling up his khakis, ruffling his backpack, and lighting a...
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        Telluride 2015: "Room"

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        Introducing his film "Room" for its world premiere at Telluride last night, director Lenny Abrahamson was more shy about sharing details of his project than he was his love of the festival. ("My favorite one in the world," he said with a grin,...
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          Thumbnails 9/4/15

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          1."'The secrecy has been ludicrous': 'Star Wars' actor Anthony Daniels on the new film and his life as C-3PO": A wonderful interview connected by The Guardian's Ryan Gilbey.“‘Ah, the prequels,’ says Daniels ruefully....
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            Dirty Weekend

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            "Dirty Weekend" is a decent idea for a low-budget movie that never gets past the idea stage, and after a brief while, you may start to question whether it should have been a movie at all, much less a 90-minute one. Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve...
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              Venice Film Festival 2015: "Black Mass"

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              Greetings from Hell on Earth. Above, past the pavement depicted in the picture, is the sea. I’m not sure which sea it is. Something tells me to say the Mediterranean, something else tells me it’s a different sea, but whatever sea it is,...
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                Bloodsucking Bastards

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                Anyone who’s worked a soul-draining cubicle desk job has questioned whether or not everyone in the office is truly human. Corporate drones who look like zombies or bosses who seem as heartless as vampires—it’s a ripe setting for a...
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                  Contracted: Phase II

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                  Pointless body horror sequel "Contracted: Phase II" doesn't develop its predecessor's concepts so much as it resolves all of the questions you never needed answered. It also follows all of the supporting characters from the first film that you you...
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                    Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine

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                    Perhaps one of the most unfortunate but inevitable reactions to Alex Gibney’s “Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine” would be that it’s a “takedown” of the Apple co-founder. It’s not. Surely, the film subjects...
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                      Before We Go

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                      At the beginning of the summer, Chris Evans co-starred as Captain America in “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” a blockbuster sequel and yet another big-budget cog in the behemoth Marvel Cinematic Universe machine. It featured him alongside his...
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                        Rosenwald

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                        Aviva Kempner’s “Rosenwald” begins by focusing its inquisitive lens on a mystifying anomaly. Who is the white man prominently framed on the wall of numerous black schools located throughout the American South? This question turns...