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March 2016

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      Krisha

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      Watching "Krisha" is a revelation: there are expected "rules" for such material (a former addict returns home for a holiday), but then director/writer Trey Edward Shults breaks every rule, making those rules seem tired and arbitrary in the...
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        Pee-wee's Big Holiday

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        More than his constant self-amusement, singular costuming or aggressive boyishness, the dark artifice of Pee-wee Herman’s life has always been the character’s most fascinating characteristic. How does a person, even in a cartoonish...
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          Thumbnails 3/17/16

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          1."What I Learned Working on 'There Will Be Blood'": Filmmaker Michael Tyburski recounts his memories of serving as a PA on Paul Thomas Anderson's 2007 masterpiece at The Talkhouse.“My tasks on ‘There Will Be Blood’ ran...
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            Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: March 17, 2016

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            We're here with a focused, extensive Home Entertainment Consumer Guide that ignores VOD and streaming services like Netflix to focus on new Blu-ray and DVD releases. There are so many of them and the streaming services are dominated with shows like...
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              Video Interview: Arnaud Desplechin on "My Golden Days"

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              I'm hoping in my heart of hearts that the cinema world has got Arnaud Desplechin fever. That the retrospective of his work (currently playing at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and surely unmissable) has captured the attention of everyone who...
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                The Divergent Series: Allegiant

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                In “The Divergent Series: Allegiant,” the third outing in this unduly somber and rather violent post-apocalyptic series aimed at impressionable youths, Tris Prior—played once again by Shailene Woodley—and her backup quartet...
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                  Miracles from Heaven

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                  Bring tissues. Because whether you’re the faithful target audience for “Miracles From Heaven,” a non-believer or someone in the mass agnostic middle ground, you may find it hard to hold back the tears during various points in this...
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                    The Unlikable Factor: Melissa Rauch on “The Bronze”

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                    The fan base for CBS’s sitcom, “The Big Bang Theory,” often seems as vast as the universe itself. I still remember the audience going ballistic when Jim Parsons showed up in a fleeting cameo during a public screening of “The...
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                      SXSW 2016: “In a Valley of Violence,” “Keanu,” “War on Everyone”

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                      The 2016 South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas kicked things off with a much-publicized appearance by President Obama speaking about the future of the fest’s interactive entrepreneurs and how technology can be used to further our...
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                        Midnight Special

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                        How far would you go to protect your child? What if saving him meant letting him go? Jeff Nichols’ brilliant “Midnight Special” weaves relatable themes of parental responsibility and faith in that which is traditionally...