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January 2017

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      Midsummer in Newtown

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      In the spring of 2002, my high school drama club performed Stephen Sondheim’s musical, “Into the Woods.” I had the role of Cinderella’s alcoholic father, and can vividly recall a scene in which I had to envision a formidable...
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        Get the Girl

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        There’s something appropriate about Eric England’s “Get the Girl” opening with the Orion logo, which should make viewers of a certain age nostalgic for the era of ‘80s action thrillers which this film seems at times to...
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          Kung Fu Yoga

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          Jackie Chan is one of the rare action film stars to grapple—and sometimes successfully adjust—to his old age. Movies like "Little Big Soldier," "Police Story: Lockdown," and "Chinese Zodiac" acknowledge Chan's limitations as a performer...
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            Amazon’s “Z: The Beginning of Everything” Provides Fine Showcase for Christina Ricci

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            Few challenges faced by child actors are more daunting than the ability to rise above precocious type-casting. Winona Ryder and Christina Ricci were so beloved in their roles as sardonic, pale-faced youth that it was difficult for audiences to...
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              Sundance 2017: "Brigsby Bear"

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              One of the most original yet accessible comedies to play either festivals or multiplexes in recent years, this overdue breakout moment for the fresh and incredibly talented Kyle Mooney is a hilarious take on the common theme of arrested development,...
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                Sundance 2017: “Call Me By Your Name”

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                “Call be by your name and I’ll call you by mine.” For a young man insecure in his sexuality (and just about everything else), saying his own name in a loving, passionate way has emotional power. Think of the most passionate romance...
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                  Mary Tyler Moore 1936-2017

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                  Before Candice Bergen on “Murphy Brown,” before Sarah Jessica Parker on “Sex and the City,” before Lena Dunham on “Girls” and Tina Fey on “30 Rock,” there was Mary Tyler Moore paving the way for single...
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                    Sundance 2017: “Thoroughbred,” “Columbus”

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                    While the Competition titles may have fallen flat this year, NEXT, a portion of the Sundance Film Festival that has produced adventurous, breathtaking works in the past, delivered yet again. If you ever find yourself coming to Sundance, you simply...
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                      Sundance 2017: "Band Aid," "Burning Sands," "Crown Heights,"...

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                      There’s a sense of apprehension about Sundance films that don’t premiere over the weekend. The fact is that a lot of industry and press start taking off as early as Monday morning. And the programmers know this fact, so scheduling a...
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                        Sundance 2017: Midnight Madness

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                        The last couple years have seen a notable decline in the offerings coming out of the Midnight program at the Sundance Film Festival. Just a few years ago, we had “The Babadook” coming out of nowhere, but last year was a mess, and this...