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January 2016

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      The Unloved, Part 25: "Big Fan"

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      "The Unloved" kicks off 2016 with a truly unique drama, Robert Siegel's "Big Fan." A searing examination of obsession from the writer of "The Wrestler," Roger Ebert called the film "one of the more thought-provoking sports movies I've seen," and yet...
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        Hand in Hand: The Brilliance of "The Hateful Eight"

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        One of the classic ways of creating an allegory lies in employing a microcosm as a representation of the macro; the particular as a symbol of something broader; the detail as a substitute for the general. It’s what allows, for example, that...
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          Vilmos Zsigmond: 1930-2016

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          The legendary cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, whose passing on January 1 at the age of 85 was announced today, received a number of accolades for his groundbreaking work behind the camera, including four Oscar nominations (and one win); three...
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            A difficult friend: Ed Copeland, AKA Scott Schuldt, 1969-2015

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            The flowers at the top of this page are for Scott Schuldt, an American film critic and political blogger who mostly wrote under the name Edward "Ed" Copeland. He died on New Year's Eve, 2015, after a long struggle with multiple sclerosis that had...
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              30 Minutes on: "Cool Hand Luke"

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              "Cool Hand Luke" is easy to make fun of because it's so slick and earnest. It got teased from pretty much the second it hit screens in 1967, and even though it was a hit that won some awards and got nominated for more, it's a film dares to be...
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                This is Bossa Nova

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                By the end of the very musically-inclined documentary “This Is Bossa Nova”—which withholds the image of someone playing guitar by the sunset for the last five minutes—its title proves to be more than just descriptive. In one...