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February 2016

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      The Last Man on the Moon

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      This is one of those impressionistic documentaries. It begins at a rodeo. You’re supposed to think, “Hey, why is this documentary about an astronaut opening at a rodeo?” The film keeps focus on a bronco rider preparing, and also on...
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        A Country Called Home

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        There are lot of characters coming to terms with things in "A Country Called Home." There's a single father whose ex-wife is an alcoholic and drug addict. The two married and had a child just out of high school, and now he's working long hours to...
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          Tricked

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          "Tricked," an enjoyably soapy thriller, is for anyone who has wondered: Whatever happened to Paul Verhoeven? Verhoeven, the director of such consummately nasty social critique/genre films as "RoboCop," "Total Recall," "Showgirls," hasn't stopped...
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            Backtrack

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            Like the psychic boy of “The Sixth Sense,” the haunted hero of Michael Petroni’s “Backtrack” sees dead people. He’s not so quick to recognize them as such, though; audiences might more readily pick up on the...
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              Who's Driving Doug

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              "Who's Driving Doug" has more than an absent question mark in its title to worry about. Doubling as both a debut for director David Michael Conley and the first lead performance by YouTube star Ray William Johnson, the film about two unlikely...
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                Marguerite & Julien

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                “Marguerite & Julien,” a lushly photographed pastoral rendezvous propelled by forbidden love and directed by France’s Valérie Donzelli, is definitely not typical fare. The script, spun from a 17th-century legal case...
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                  RogerEbert.com's Coverage of 2015 Oscar-Nominated Films: Table of Contents

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                  The 2015 movie year officially ends after the "Best Picture" Oscar is given out Sunday night, concluding our various film journeys that ran season-long ("Room," "The Revenant") or even year-long ("Brooklyn"). The conversation about these movies,...
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                    If We Picked the Winners 2016: Best Actress

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                    In anticipation of the Academy Awards, we polled our contributors to see who they thought should win the Oscar. Once we had our winners, we asked various writers to make the case for our selection in each category. Here, Christy Lemire goes to bat...
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                      If We Picked the Winners 2016: Best Actor

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                      In anticipation of the Academy Awards, we polled our contributors to see who they thought should win the Oscar. Once we had our winners, we asked various writers to make the case for our selection in each category. Despite Matt Zoller Seitz's...
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                        Unknown Treasures: The Riches of "Polish Film Masterpieces" Volume 1

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                        The cinematic heroism of both Martin Scorsese and Milestone Films continues unabated. In 2014, following up on a 2011 visit to Poland, the filmmaker presented a program of over 20 Polish movies spanning over four decades at U.S. arthouses throughout...