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July 2016

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      Comic-Con 2016: The Indestructible Redshirt

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      Everyone at Comic-Con knows what redshirt means. In the original “Star Trek” series, the crew members in red shirts were (1) unnamed and (2) killed early in the story. Think of them as a sci-fi version of “Hamlet’s"...
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        Comic-Con 2016: Oliver Stone and "Snowden"

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        Joseph Gordon-Levitt wore an American flag t-shirt to the Hall H presentation on “Snowden,” the new Oliver Stone film about the man who exposed the secrets of the NSA and fled to Russia. “Oliver Stone is one of the most patriotic...
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          Comic-Con 2016: World Premiere of "Star Trek Beyond"

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          Usually, I'd be scurrying around the San Diego Comic-Con preview floor looking at the displays, seeing what new and amazing LEGO creations were on display and, after spending a month prior determining the one exclusive I wanted, rushing into line...
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            Star Trek Beyond

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            "There's no relative direction in the vastness of space," a Starfleet high mucky-muck tells Enterprise Captain James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) in "Star Trek Beyond." "There's only you." She's asking him whether he wants to give up his captain's...
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              Train to Busan

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              Yeon Sang-ho’s “Train to Busan” is the most purely entertaining zombie film in some time, finding echoes of George Romero’s and Danny Boyle’s work, but delivering something unique for an era in which kindness to...
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                Don't Think Twice

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                When I lived in Chicago, every weekend my friends and I made our way to ImprovOlympic, on the corner of Clark and Addison, to watch teams perform long-form improv (known as "The Harold"). The house team was called "The Family": six insanely talented...
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                  Lights Out

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                  “Lights Out” began life as a three-minute short film by David F. Sandberg that was short on such elements as narrative complexity, character development and memorable dialogue (I don’t recall a single word being spoken) and long on...
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                    The Blackout Experiments

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                    Can traumatizing yourself make you feel good? That's one question that horror documentary "The Blackout Experiments" asks, but never satisfactorily answers. Director Rich Fox spends much of his film painting a portrait of the emotional...
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                      The Childhood of a Leader

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                      When it comes to films by twentysomething American actors making their debuts as writer-director-producers, Brady Corbet’s “Childhood of a Leader” is singular in its defiance of conventional expectations. For one thing, Corbet...
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                        Hooligan Sparrow

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                        About four years ago, I attended an exhibition at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C. It featured the work of Ai Weiwei, the controversial Chinese artist and activist whose courageous muckraking was memorably chronicled in Alison Klayman’s...