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December 2015

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      Mojin: The Lost Legend

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      One does not expect a political allegory to spring out of a movie about a trio of tomb raiders searching for a mystical artifact that could have the power to resurrect the dead. Such an allegory, though, does emerge from "Mojin: The Lost Legend," a...
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        The Emperor's New Clothes

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        Michael Winterbottom is a gifted filmmaker and storyteller, but watching him try to be a rhetorician can be painful. His best works of humanist agitprop are "In This World" and "Road to Guantanamo," gripping dramas that humanize political problems,...
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          Extraction

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          It takes confidence to put out a movie whose single-word title is also the procedure by which a dentist gets rid of a rotten tooth. Confidence either that your movie is so good that no film critic will make that joke, or that no film critic will be...
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            The Individual Top Tens of 2015

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            Yesterday, we released the RogerEbert.com consensus Top Ten Films of 2015, led by George Miller's "Mad Max: Fury Road." Today, we dig deeper, presenting you with all submitted lists from our brilliant critics and independent contributors. There are...
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              Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: December 17, 2015

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              Clearly, there's a method to the madness. Most high-profile Blu-rays and DVDs hit the market in November or early December to maximize holiday shopping time. You want to be on the shelf before Black Friday. And so there's a bit of a lull between...
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                CFCA Celebrates "Mad Max: Fury Road" with Five Awards, "Room" with Two

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                Cinephilia continued to witness the power of “Mad Max: Fury Road,” as the George Miller-directed sequel won big from this year’s Chicago Film Critics Association awards. The winners were announced last night at a private dinner in...
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                  The Ten Best Films of 2015

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                  A wife realizing how much of her life has been based on chance. Two of the best animated films of the modern era. A searing indictment of violence in modern America. From Chicago to Brooklyn, from the future to the past, the year in cinema reflected...
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                    Sisters

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                    #YouCanSeeThemBoth is the cheeky hashtag and tagline of “Sisters,” the Tina Fey-Amy Poehler comedy that dares to open on the same day as the cultural juggernaut that is “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.” And...
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                      A Collection of Roger's "Star Wars" Reviews

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                      Few sets of films fascinated Roger like the “Star Wars” franchise. From 1977 to 2005, he was always captivated by the visual experience offered by the films, giving only one installment of the six less than 3 1/2 stars. With the...
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                        True Crime Fans Must Watch Netflix’s “Making a Murderer”

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                        When I heard that Netflix was releasing a true crime documentary series, I was concerned it was merely a quickie attempt at cashing in on the success of “The Jinx” and “Serial.” It’s not meant as an insult, but...