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June 2016

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      The Shallows

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      "The Shallows" is an 87-minute thriller set mostly in a lagoon where an injured surfer is battling a shark. There's not much plot beyond that, and what little the movie tries to add doesn't make it richer. Its situations are primal and often...
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        Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: June 23, 2016

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        There have been an enormous number of high quality Blu-ray and DVD releases in the two weeks since our last column from every genre. It's so extensive that we're ignoring the other "categories" of this guide this week to focus on them, and we still...
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          If I Had an Emmy Ballot 2016

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          Do the Emmys matter in 2016? As shows that have dominated the awards for the last decade like “Mad Men” and “Modern Family” are either over or past their prime, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is in a position to...
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            The Neon Demon

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            "You're My Dream" is the name of the song that concludes Danish writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn's dream-like midnight movie "Only God Forgives." That song title could just as easily be a question posed by Jesse (Elle...
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              Cameron Crowe Comes to Showtime with “Roadies”

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              I’m of a generation that put Cameron Crowe on a pretty high pedestal, and I’ve heard that from a number of colleagues of a similar age recently who are pinning their hopes on Showtime’s “Roadies” as the comeback...
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                Nuts!

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                In Buster Keaton's 1922 film "Cops," Keaton, for reasons too complicated to go into, finds himself sitting in a cart full of furniture, trying to get his horse to move faster. Keaton makes a pit-stop at a "Goat Gland Specialist," and hustles the...
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                  New York Asian Film Festival 2016 Preview

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                  "Snobbish xenophila": a distressing phrase coined by a peer who shall remain nameless. With two words, my well-spoken colleague took aim at what he saw as an uncritical, fetish-driven strain of cultural cheerleading. "Do foreign language movies need...
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                    On the Record: David Farrier on "Tickled"

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                    "Tickled" is more than just a story about the world of tickling, but that of all-American bullying. What started as a curiosity by New Zealander journalist and co-director David Farrier quickly wrought a barrage of harassment and lawsuit claims,...
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                      A Horror Film About Beauty: Nicolas Winding Refn & Elle Fanning on “The Neon Demon”

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                      To attempt to describe too much of Nicolas Winding Refn’s “The Neon Demon” feels futile. It is a sensory experience, driven by the passion of its fearless filmmaker and a stunning central performance by Elle Fanning. She plays...
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                        “American Gothic” Wants to be Your Summer Guilty Pleasure

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                        Even TV critics have their guilty pleasures, and I have a soft spot for summer murder mysteries, the kind of shows that allow one to turn off their brain, suspect everyone, and watch the chaos unfold. I’m probably the only person you know who...