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March 2016

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      Hulu's "The Path" Examines Family Through a New Lens

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      It won’t take long for viewers of Hulu’s new drama, about a seemingly well-intentioned cult hiding dark secrets, to start drawing parallels to Scientology. But in the midst of all the rumors of covered up murders, kidnappings and strange...
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        1."The Hidden Vulnerabilities of @SoSadToday": The New Yorker's Haley Mlotek reports on the new book of personal essays by Melissa Broder.“Thanks in part to the account’s anonymity, @SoSadToday’s messages seemed to speak...
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          Video Interview: Ethan Hawke on "Born to Be Blue"

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          Jazz trumpeteer and vocalist Chet Baker was the epitome of cool, renowned as the pioneer of the 1950's West Coast jazz scene, but, by the 1960s, his life was in shambles due to years of heroin addiction and his career was virtually washed up....
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            Welcome to Women Writer's Week

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            March is National Women’s Month, and we are celebrating women all week at RogerEbert.com by turning over the site to articles and reviews by our women writers. Somehow that sounds so 1970s, because I do remember rallying for women’s...
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              #273 March 27, 2016

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              Sheila writes: The lineup for Ebertfest 2016 (April 13-17 in Champaign, Illinois) 2016 is a stunner, starting from its opening film, Guillermo del Toro's gorgeous "Crimson Peak." (Del Toro will be a guest at Ebertfest as well.) The list of films and...
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                Her Own Story: A Nora Ephron Appreciation

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                Nora Ephron has been portrayed on screen by Diane Keaton, Sandra Dee, Meryl Streep, and Streep’s daughter, Grace Gummer. And that’s just the characters based on her life; her wit and insight are reflected in dozens of other characters...
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                  Good Manners, Goodbyes and Puppies

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                  The weekend after the Oscars, I felt the damp grey clouds of mourning descend upon me. My soul lamented that grace and goodness were a thing of the past: "Downton Abbey" said its farewell on PBS. I own a white costume that...
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                    April and the Extraordinary World

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                    It feels somewhat clichéd to call an animated adventure film a “delight,” but it’s the best word for the latest from GKids, “April and the Extraordinary World,” a joyful, accomplished movie that echoes “The...
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                      I Saw the Light

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                      Hank Williams was arguably the first modern superstar of country music. There’s also a sense in which you could call him a rock star, and the sense is a tragic one: he died on the way to a gig, of heart failure, after a short lifetime of not...
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                        Born to Be Blue

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                        Photographer William Claxton, who took so many memorable photographs of jazz trumpet legend Chet Baker, said in "Let's Get Lost," Bruce Weber's 1988 documentary about Baker, "It was the first time I learned what star quality meant, what charisma...