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February 2018

    • Entertainer
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      The Cured

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      For his debut feature film, writer/director David Freyne has come up with the best kind of premise, the sort of thing that’s so irresistible in its simplicity that people who didn’t think of it get annoyed that they didn’t think of...
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        Mute

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        When Duncan Jones was doing press for his excellent “Moon,” he told me that he already knew what his follow-up would be, a passion project called “Mute,” which he said would be to his first film as “Blade Runner”...
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          The Lodgers

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          At its best, the ho-hum Irish gothic chiller "The Lodgers" made me wish we lived in a world where this type of film wasn't so rare that its very existence wasn't a source of novelty. Imagine a world...
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            Half Magic

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            Even though Heather Graham still works fairly regularly, including a recurring role on NBC’s recent “Law & Order American Crime: The Menendez Brothers,” she hasn’t been on my radar for a while. So I was intrigued to learn...
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              The Young Karl Marx

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              Raoul Peck is on a roll. The Haitian director raised some consciousness with last year’s James-Baldwin-speaks-to-today-in-his-own-words documentary “I Am Not Your Negro.” And now there’s this, a bold, some might say...
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                Hannah

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                The title character in “Hannah,” a drama set in Belgium, is played by Charlotte Rampling. In the film’s first shot, we see her in close-up from a slightly elevated angle. Her face is pale and looks somewhat stressed, but...
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                  Greta Gerwig Joins Short Legacy of Female Best Director Nominees

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                  In its 90th year of celebrating the best in cinema, the Oscars widened its embrace and chose to go beyond business as usual when deciding which talents made the cut as nominees for 2017 films. Not only does “A Fantastic...
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                    Berlin 2018: “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,” “Optimism,” “L. Cohen”

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                    Drink is good, drunks are not; there’s much more to wrestle with than this in Gus Van Sant’s new film, but it’s a decent starting point. “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot”—in competition at this...
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                      Looking with Loving Eyes: Sally Potter on “The Party”

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                      Sally Potter made a splash with “Orlando,” an adaptation of a Virginia Woolf novel starring a then-unknown Tilda Swinton. Orlando is an immortal, living for centuries and even switching genders along the way. The film is a sly portrayal...
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                        Netflix's “Seven Seconds” Takes Too Long to Get Where It’s Going

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                        There is a lot to like that's buried in Netflix’s new drama, “Seven Seconds,” but it suffers so greatly from what has been called Netflix Bloat that it’s hard to get to the quality underneath. It’s a show that is...