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February 2017

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      Sundance 2017: The Natural World in The New Climate Sidebar and Beyond

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      Editor's note: Emma Piper-Burket is one of three recipients of the Sundance Institute's Roger Ebert Fellowship for Film Criticism for 2017. Robert Redford's pair of passions, art and nature, came together this year in a sidebar at the...
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        Sundance 2017: "Dayveon," "Deidra & Laney Rob a Train"

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        We complete our coverage of Sundance’s NEXT category—a haven for movies with talent to keep an eye out for—with reviews of two intriguing films. In narrative size and ambition they show the variety within this vital section of the...
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          The Ebert Fellows on Sundance 2017

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          We asked our three Ebert Fellows to share their thoughts on their Sundance 2016 experience. It was a pleasure and an honor to work with these passionate young writers, and it's doubtful this is the last you'll hear from them. Click on the links...
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            Rings

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            Considering that I always found the various installments in the “Ring” film franchise—both the original 1998 Japanese version, the wildly successful 2002 English-language remake and their various sequels—to be fairly dumb, I...
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              Trumped: Inside the Greatest Political Upset of All Time

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              This hastily thrown-together documentary was a late addition to this year’s Sundance Film Festival and premieres tonight on Showtime, likely trying to get on the air before Donald Trump has done enough to warrant a sequel or two. It’s...
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                War on Everyone

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                Something terrible must have happened to John Michael McDonagh, the screenwriter and director, after he made “Calvary.” That 2014 movie, a darkly comic murder mystery and a relentlessly but purposefully morbid exploration of mortality...
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                  Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back

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                  The Chinese film industry doesn't produce stars so much as legends. Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, Chow Yun-Fat, Gong Li, Sammo Hung—they may once have been ordinary mortals hailing from Taiwan, Hong-Kong and elsewhere, but when they started...
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                    The Comedian

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                    The producer and sometime writer/director Art Linson is a man of taste (he helped get “Melvin and Howard,” “Heat,” and a bunch of other great, good, or notable films get made) and also a veritable mother lode of showbiz lore....
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                      This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous

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                      They stare directly at you and invite you to be a part of their conversation. They reveal intimate details about their lives in order to normalize what certain parts of society still consider taboo. They tell us that we needn’t be anything...
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                        Wheeler

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                        I have a soft spot for Stephen Dorff, whose early career sparks never fully caught fire. Even though he was designated 1992’s Male Star of Tomorrow by theater operators impressed by the then-teen’s performance in the apartheid boxing...