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October 2016

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      The Whole Truth

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      After the success of films like “The Firm” and “A Time to Kill” in the mid-‘90s, filmgoers were treated to dozens of Grisham wannabes, films that mimicked the hit author’s legal prose, typically with a twist or...
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        Boo! A Madea Halloween

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        Five years ago, my RogerEbert.com colleague Steven Boone and I wrote a very long online piece on Tyler Perry. Neither of us sought to dismiss him, and I expressed much admiration both for how he built his own studio and for how brilliant actresses...
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          In a Valley of Violence

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          "In a Valley of Violence," written and directed by Ti West, starts out slow, picks up speed, and finally launches itself into a screwball standoff, but always with a slapstick hilarious energy. All of the Western tropes are present. There's a loner...
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            Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

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            Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer is being re-released for its 30th anniversary, in major cities on October 21st. This review was originally published on September 14, 1990.Filmed in 1986 and trapped in the movie rating system for three years, a...
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              A Gust of Wind: Kiyoshi Kurosawa on “Creepy”

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              Japanese filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa's horror films are unlike any other J-horror films. This is partly a matter of cerebral approach, and partly a technical difference: he directs films differently because he conceives of his films with greater, and...
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                Hulu’s “Chance” Fizzles When It Needs to Burn

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                Hulu’s newest original series, “Chance,” premiering today, October 19th, has the elements of great noir, but too often doesn’t seem to know what to do with them. There’s a femme fatale who may or may not be telling the...
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                  Robert Feder Misses Roger Ebert's Political Writing

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                  The astute political columns of Roger Ebert were the topic of an article published today by former Chicago Sun-Times columnist and Chicago Tribune syndicated columnist Robert Feder at his blog. RogerEbert.com publisher Chaz Ebert is quoted in the...
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                    The Political Machine: Watching “The War Room” in 2016

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                    It takes an election cycle as wretched as 2016’s to make the scandals and attack ads playing in the margins of “The War Room” seem quaint. Co-directed by D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus, and focusing on Bill Clinton’s...
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                      Looking for Truth: Tyler Perry on "Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween"

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                      The cinema of Tyler Perry, filled with melodramatic narratives and hyperactive comedy has clear-cut fans as much as it has critics. He's a fascinating power in media, self-sufficient with Tyler Perry Studios; writing, directing and starring in films...
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                        #287 October 18, 2016

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                        Matt writes: Movie lovers sorely missing a new book featuring the work of Roger Ebert are now in luck. The fourth installment of Ebert's celebrated book series, The Great Movies, is now on sale, compiling the critic's final 62 essays on...