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March 2018

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      Return of “Roseanne” Marked by Notable Highs and Lows

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      Watching someone considered the best in the world at what they do can be a thrilling experience. It’s why we obsess over the Olympics and swoon for The Joffrey Ballet; why LeBron James is so captivating; why we’re fascinated by people...
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        Tell Us Your Stories About Roger

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        Next month, April 4th, marks the fifth anniversary of the passing of Roger Ebert. In the years since our loss, we have followed the leadership of his widow Chaz Ebert, our publisher and co-founder, to maintain the site that bears his name with...
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          60 Minutes on: "The Death of Stalin"

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          "The Death of Stalin" is the best thing that Armando Iannucci has ever done: a hilarious film about a subject that's not funny at all. The script, cowritten by Iannucci with David Schneider, Ian Martin and Peter Fellows, doesn't so much...
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            Prestigious, Expensive Adaptation of “The Terror” Debuts on AMC

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            A remarkable amount of prestige TV lately has emerged from genre fiction, including Emmy winners like “Game of Thrones” and “The Handmaid’s Tale,” as well as current basic cable hits like “The Walking Dead”...
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              Isle of Dogs

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              The dogs are very furry.  The look of the animal “actors” in “Isle of Dogs” is the film’s best feature. At times, it's hard to resist the urge to muss the imperfect fur that has been painstakingly rendered by...
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                Sherlock Gnomes

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                Credit where credit is due, “Gnomeo and Juliet” got the job done, in terms of cutesy animated projects built around puns involving lawn trinkets. An irreverent and poppy take that admittedly did not end in double suicide, “Gnomeo...
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                  Midnight Sun

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                  “Midnight Sun” does what it means to do for the people it means to do it for—and that might just be enough. The 12-year-old girls who are the film’s target audience probably won’t realize what it’s derivative of:...
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                    Ismael's Ghosts

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                    I’ve seen “Ismael’s Ghosts” twice, and both times I got the feeling that I was missing something. The film feels very personal, as if writer/director Arnaud Desplechin were sorting out his thoughts, processes and demons...
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                      The Workshop

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                      Talk about eerie parallels. Waking up in the morning before writing this review, I look at the news and see the smiling face of one Mark Anthony Conditt, the 23-year-old suspected in the recent Austin, TX, bombings who blew himself up in a van as...
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                        Final Portrait

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                        The writer James Lord was a chronicler of 20th century art who not infrequently befriended the artists he wrote about. In 1964, in Paris, the sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti asked Lord to sit for a portrait. What the artist had...