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December 2015

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      "Free Men," Islamophobia, and Liberty

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      Watching news reports on TV about the San Bernardino shooting and reading the comments online, I see a worrisome trend in U.S. sentiments. After the Paris attacks by Muslim extremists, Charles M. Blow was moved to write an essay called "Anti-Muslim...
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        Natural Revelations: Andrew Haigh & Tom Courtenay on “45 Years”

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        From its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival to our naming it one of the best films of 2015 to this week’s theatrical release, Andrew Haigh’s “45 Years” has been one of the most-discussed and appreciated films of the last...
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          The Hateful Eight

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          Quentin Tarantino's ultraviolent, ultra-talky sorta-Western "The Hateful Eight" is an impressive display of directorial craft and a profoundly ugly movie—so gleeful in its violence and so nihilistic in its world view that it feels as...
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            The Revenant

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            Great film has the power to convey the unimaginable. We sit in the comfort of a darkened theater or our living room and watch protagonists suffer through physical and emotional pain that most of us can’t really comprehend. Too often, these...
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              Going Forward, Looking Back: Highlights from the 2015 Annual Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine...

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              It’s raining in Havana, Cuba, cooling the earth and heating the air with steam. On the first day of the Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano, the rain starts and stops like a leaky faucet, making it all the easier to step away...
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                Thumbnails 12/18/15

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                1."How Comedy Soared in 2015": A great essay by The Atlantic's David Sims.“Amy Schumer had a lot of highs in 2015: her blockbuster film ‘Trainwreck,’ a ‘Saturday Night Live’ hosting gig, a slew of Emmy nominations, a...
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                  Arabian Nights: Volume 3, The Enchanted One

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                  In the third and final section of his “Arabian Nights” cycle, “The Enchanted One," director Miguel Gomes finally invites us to consider the influence of Pier Paolo Pasolini. Pasolini’s final film, the bountifully grim...
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                    He Never Died

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                    You don't need to know anything about Henry Rollins to appreciate his tongue-noticeably-in-cheek action hero performance in horror/superhero genre hybrid "He Never Died." Rollins, the more charismatic of the two former frontmen of American punk band...
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                      Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip

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                      In the opening scene of "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip," Alvin, Theodore, and Simon, the three chipmunks, throw a surprise birthday party for their dad/legal-guardian Dave (Jason Lee). But things get out of hand. Hundreds of people show up....
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                        Son of Saul

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                        “Son of Saul” begins with a long, unbroken shot of mesmerizing intricacy. The year is 1944 at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. Saul Auslander (Géza Röhrig), a member of the camp’s...