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November 2016

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      #290 November 29, 2016

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      Matt writes: Living legend Warren Beatty has a new film in theaters—his first in 18 years—and it has received quite a bit of coverage at RogerEbert.com. Matt Zoller Seitz awarded the film three stars, while Brian Tallerico interviewed...
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        Building a Mystery: Pablo Larraín on "Jackie"

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        When we think of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, we cannot help but immediately remember her unmistakable style and grace. Even standing there as Lyndon B. Johnson was being sworn in as president following the assassination, her husband's blood still...
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          Miss Sloane

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          Legend has it that the term "lobbyist" originated during the presidency of Ulysses S. Grant, who referred to the petitioners bombarding him with requests for support as "lobbyists" because they always ambushed him while he was trying to relax with a...
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            Evolution

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            If I had to pin down "Evolution," I'd call it a coming-of-age story, though it doesn't often employ the symbolic shorthand that so many tales of pubescent terror do. No, "Evolution" feels like a transmission from an alien world, one where all the...
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              Always Shine

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              Director Sophie Takal is interested in the murky powerful undertows beneath female friendship, the dark sides of supposed “safe spaces” and just how threatening close female friendship is to whatever status quo that might exist. The two...
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                A Baker's Dozen: 13 More Must-See Films of 2016

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                As we near the end of the year, I wanted to highlight some films that are so good you don't want to miss them. I called the first dispatch "Lucky 13 Must-See Films", but as I started listing other films at the end of that article, I realized they...
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                  Mifune: The Last Samurai

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                  The word “legend” is one that is arguably thrown around too often in any context, but it’s no stretch at all to call Japanese movie star Toshiro Mifune “legendary.” Or “iconic” for that matter. The star of...
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                    Lion

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                    “Lion” sneaks up on you as it proceeds to pluck your heart strings with its little cat feet. Then, before you know it, tear ducts will be brimming and your entire being will be awash with incredible joy but also a splash of bittersweet...
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                      AFI Fest 2016: "The Future Perfect"

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                      You might be off-put by the relative flat acting in director Nele Wohlatz's "The Future Perfect" (original title 'El futuro perfecto'), but if you stick it out until the end, it all begins to make sense--particularly if you've ever taken a foreign...
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                        AFI Fest 2016: Otto Preminger's "Carmen Jones"

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                        The music to Georges Bizet's opera "Carmen" unmistakably draws from Spanish musical traditions, which makes the concept of keeping the music and transplanting the story to the black America a mismatch. Yet when the 1948 stage musical was translated...