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October 2017

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      "Blade Runner" vs. "Blade Runner 2049"

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      Sometime in the autumn of 1982, I first got word on what sounded like an amazing coming movie. As I was told, the director of "Alien" had made an incredible looking feature about a Harrison Ford cop chasing Ash-like creatures (the Ian Holm character...
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        CIFF 2017: Vanessa Redgrave on "Sea Sorrow" and "Blow-Up"

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        Over a screen career spanning more than a half-century, Vanessa Redgrave has become one of the most celebrated actresses in the world. She's achieved this with roles in such films as “Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment” (1966),...
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          NYFF 2017: “Wonder Wheel”

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          In its 55th edition, each showing at the New York Film Festival opens with a rapidly edited montage of clips that takes us back to the festival’s very first year, 1963. The visual bobsled ride down memory lane is both exhilarating and...
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            NYFF 2017: “Caniba,” “Ismael’s Ghosts,” “Let the Sunshine In”

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            Back in 2014, I interviewed Kent Jones, the director of the New York Film Festival, and he mentioned that he'd noticed that the aggression between civic-minded audience members and the directors presenting controversial work had more or less...
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              Thumbnails 10/13/17

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              Thumbnails is a roundup of brief excerpts to introduce you to articles from other websites that we found interesting and exciting. We provide links to the original sources for you to read in their entirety.—Chaz Ebert 1.  "CIFF 2017...
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                The Foreigner

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                The turgid revenge thriller "The Foreigner" is an all-around lousy movie. For starters: Jackie Chan, an action star who is struggling to find age-appropriate roles in his sixties, is barely in "The Foreigner," an adaptation of Stephen...
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                  Professor Marston & the Wonder Women

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                  It has all the trappings of a tasteful period piece: the true-story origins, the tweedy collegiate setting, the to-die-for costumes. But beneath all that, “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women” aims to shake you up, make you...
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                    The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

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                    Of the many human characteristics keenly observed in “The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected),” the most powerful is the lonely sense of being the only something in one’s family. The only failure,...
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                      Happy Death Day

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                      “Happy Death Day,” a horror riff on the “Groundhog Day” model, opens with the Universal logo stopping and restarting, just as the company name is circling the globe. It’s a clever riff on the fact that audiences know...
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                        Human Flow

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                        Few modern artists or activists have raised their middle finger with as much brazen audacity as Ai Weiwei. Twenty-two years ago, the visionary Chinese muckraker began a photography series entitled “Study of Perspective,” featuring such...