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August 2017

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      Nobody was Listening for 21 Years: Nnamdi Asomugha and Carl King on "Crown Heights"

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      Carl King and Colin Warner were friends in Trinidad and remained close when they both immigrated to Brooklyn. When Warner was wrongfully sent to prison for murder, King promised to get him out. “Crown Heights,” based on the true story...
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        Beach Rats

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        "Beach Rats," writer/director Eliza Hittman's second feature, has a plot, sort of, but the plot isn't really "the thing" here. The film is more of a tone-poem, a shifting collage of mood and atmosphere, back-lit by the seedy-glamorous colored lights...
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          Polina

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          You can pick them out of a crowd, walking around Lincoln Center, crammed onto the 1 or 9 trains among the everyday commuters. Hair pulled back sleekly, erect postures, small bodies, heads up from the neck. They're ballet dancers, swarming into New...
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            The Villainess

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            The first two or three major set pieces in the South Korean action film "The Villainess" feel like a tossed gauntlet. In these early scenes, writer/director Byung-gil Jung confirms his status as a filmmaker to watch through his brazen,...
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              Bushwick

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              This movie will lose the goodwill of any longtime New Yorker watching it within the first ten minutes. Under the opening credits, there are a series of relatively pleasant helicopter views of Brooklyn, starting from the shores of Coney Island. But...
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                Clash

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                Like “Dunkirk” and “Detroit” before it, “Clash” is cinema for the five senses that aims to seize a viewer in one anxious historical moment and not let them go, even after the end credits. The setting for...
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                  Birth of the Dragon

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                  Writer and comedian Brian Huskey went on the comedy podcast “Hollywood Handbook” once and, with the hosts, adlibbed a fake screenplay called "Teen Pope." In it, a suburban skateboarder named Jason Attitude becomes Pope and indulges in...
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                    England Is Mine

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                    In 1982, Johnny Marr, Andy Rourke, Mike Joyce, and a young man named Stephen Patrick Morrissey formed a group called The Smiths. Arguably no British band of the ‘80s mattered more. The Smiths filtered Manchester’s working-class...
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                      Photo Gallery: Roger Ebert Induction Ceremony

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                      I couldn't have imagined a more perfect program than the one held last Saturday at the American Writers Museum in Chicago. My dear husband Roger was inducted into the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame by its leader, Don Evans. And though Roger couldn't...
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                        Remembering Nancy Koppelman (1954-2017)

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                        LIKE MANY OF MY FELLOW AMERICANS I've lately been in a funk precipitated by the lack of leadership in the White House and its seeming defense of bigotry. Yet in the midst of this pain shared by so much of the country, I recognize that part of...