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January 2016

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      The Finest Hours

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      “The Finest Hours” tells the story of a true-life rescue operation, that, if someone had tried to pitch a similar but wholly fictional story following its basic parameters, would have been rejected as too implausible. For the most part,...
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        Lazer Team

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        Anyone with a Netflix account can attest to the wealth of essential content available to stream online. From Oscar-nominated documentaries like “What Happened, Miss Simone?” and “Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for...
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          Unfathomable Life: A Writer Grieves for Her Father, Through Five Movies

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          Editor's Note: RogerEbert.com contributor Jessica Ritchey wrote this unconventional but lovely piece about losing her father last year and working through his death and the aftermath through the prism of five movies: "Blackhat," "Mad Max Fury Road,"...
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            My Sister Adele (1949-2016)

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            I pay tribute to my dear sister Adele Hammel Flowers who passed away unexpectedly in Minneapolis. She was scheduled to go on a cruise to Jamaica this week, and had been joyously planning her retirement party for June 25. Instead, she passed away...
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              Sundance 2016: “Swiss Army Man,” “Equity,” “Lovesong”

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              The U.S. Dramatic Competition program of the Sundance International Film Festival has produced some of its most controversial and acclaimed films in the last few years. In just recent memory, we’ve seen “Whiplash,” “Beasts of...
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                FFC: Star Wars and Science Fiction Fashion

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                Living in Los Angeles, 30-minutes away from Disneyland, and an hour away from the Disney Company Studios, it's really easy to jump into the cyber and sidewalk cyclone that is the Disney PR machine behind "The Force Awakens." This year I hope to...
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                  Kung Fu Panda 3

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                  Of all the Dreamworks Animation franchise lead characters—not that there are many of them—Po, the often goofily hapless but ultimately mighty titular Kung Fu Panda voiced by Jack Black is the most unambiguously and unabashedly lovable....
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                    Sundance 2016: "Southside with You"

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                    How often do we see movies where characters are given the freedom to just walk and talk? More specifically, how often do these films give voices to minority characters at the center, allowing them to share their different experiences?...
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                      Thumbnails 1/27/16

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                      1."Michael Mann's 'The Last of the Mohicans'": In the Library of America's inaugural installment of "The Moviegoer," a new web feature devoted to great movies inspired by classic American writing, Michael Sragow analyzes the 1992 drama starring...
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                        Sundance 2016: “Sing Street,” “Complete Unknown,” “Captain Fantastic”

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                        The Premieres section of the Sundance Film Festival is one of its most coveted programs. It’s often filled out by former Sundance stars, such as Kenneth Lonergan returning with “Manchester by the Sea” or Ira Sachs delivering...