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March 2016

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      “Sonita,” “Hooligan Sparrow,” “In Transit” Among Highlights at DOC10 Festival

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      Want to see some films that are guaranteed to rank among the year’s very best? Chicagoans should look no further than DOC10, the three-day documentary festival scheduled to run from Friday, April 1st, through Sunday, April 3rd, at the Music...
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        Baskin

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        Do you remember the "Twilight Zone" episode when Richard Conte has a dream within a dream within a dream? You know the one: Conte thinks his life is a series of randomly juxtaposed dreams, and tries to wake himself up by jumping out a window....
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          Valley of Love

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          Gérard Depardieu and Isabelle Huppert first appeared onscreen together in 1974’s “Going Places,” a still-coruscating, anti-buddy sex comedy directed by the currently out-of-favor-in-cinephile-land director Bertrand...
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            They're Watching

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            I kind of knew this movie was trouble from the opening two minutes. First of all, it opens in medias res, sort of: a young woman screaming and running about at the edge of a forest at night, and then, boom, she gets an axe right in the forehead,...
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              Jane Wants a Boyfriend

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              These days, there are a fair amount of films and TV shows that depict the difficulties of people who cope with the sometimes isolating aspects of autism, especially when it comes to romantic relationships. “Rain Man” might have started...
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                Thumbnails 3/24/16

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                1."'Defending Your Life' at 25: Albert Brooks on Making a Comedy Classic": A great piece by Rolling Stone's Jennifer Wood.“I’ve got a lot of favorite scenes from the movie, but I'm pretty fond of the Past Lives Pavilion. One of the...
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                  Roger, You Would Love Ebertfest 2016

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                  With Chris Rock’s Oscar monologue about diversity still fresh in our minds, the 18th annual Ebertfest is geared toward championing diversity in all its forms. Both Roger and I believed that one of cinema’s chief purposes is to enable...
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                    Batman v Superman v Roger Ebert: A Collection of Reviews

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                    While tackling different cinematic visions of Batman and Superman, Roger Ebert's maintained the perspective of a fan. He often looked at these tentpoles for how they excited his familiarity with a hero's mythology—and his subsequent dreams...
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                      My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

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                      The original “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” was a fluke. A charming, warmhearted fluke, but a fluke nonetheless. It was broad and sitcom-y but it resonated with a wide array of moviegoers, despite the peculiarities of its cultural...
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                        Charismatic Leads Make For an Engaging “The Catch”

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                        It’s almost impossible to discern exactly what ABC’s “The Catch” will look like week to week, and there’s always a little reason to be suspicious when a network only makes one episode available for review. So, if the...