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December 2016

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      Why Him?

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      The title of the movie is “Why Him?,” your first indication that this raunchy R-rated comedy is far more interested in the men engaged in battle across generational, emotional and socioeconomic lines than it is about the woman at the...
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        Hidden Figures

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        I’ve been a computer programmer for 29-1/2 years, so I suppose I would be a tad biased toward a film that uses FORTRAN as a means of exacting socially relevant revenge. In “Hidden Figures,” the FORTRAN punch cards coded by Dorothy...
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          Thumbnails 12/19/16

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          This is a special edition of Thumbnails, where we refer to articles of interest in other publications that we think you will enjoy reading. In the spirit of the holidays, I sought to gather articles that had some of the spirit of my mission of...
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            The Great Performances of 2016

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            As we do every year, the staff of RogerEbert.com has picked some of our favorite performances of 2016. To be clear, these are some, not all of our favorite performances. It’s mere coincidence that we ended up not writing about the great...
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              Sing

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              Is it wrong to swoon over a soulful-eyed animated Cockney ape named Johnny who is built like Dwayne Johnson and croons like a boy-band angel? If it is, I don’t want to be right. His silky and all-too-brief version of Sam Smith’s...
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                Passengers

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                It’s lonely out in space, Elton John was able to observe as far back as 1972. Jim Preston, the character played by Chris Pratt in “Passengers,” learns this truth in a hard way. Jim is in a hibernation pod on the spaceship Avalon,...
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                  Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: December 15, 2016

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                  10 NEW TO NETFLIX"Blue Jay""I Am Not a Serial Killer""Other People""Sand Storm""The Santa Clause""Spa Night""The Wailing""White Girl""The Woodsman""Yoga Hosers"10 NEW TO BLU-RAY/DVD"The Asphalt Jungle" (Criterion)John Huston's noir classic looks...
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                    Chicago Film Critics Awards Celebrate "Moonlight," "Manchester by the Sea,"...

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                    This past Thursday night, the Chicago Film Critics Association held their annual awards dinner, where the winners for the year’s best in movies and performances were announced.  With numerous great films in competition, it’s a...
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                      The Macau Film Festival 2016: Classics in the "Crossfire" Sidebar, A Mexican Found...

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                      There are two sidebars at the Macau Film Festival that alone justify the festival's existence: the "Crossfire" sidebar features older films guest-programmed by prominent East Asian filmmakers (John Woo, Chan-wook Park, Sion Sono, etc.) while the...
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                        The Individual Top Tens of 2016

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                        Yesterday, we released the RogerEbert.com consensus Top Ten Films of 2016, led by Barry Jenkins' "Moonlight." Today, we dig deeper, presenting you with all submitted lists from our brilliant critics and independent contributors. There are...