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April 2018

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      Ebertfest 2018, Days 4 & 5: “Daughters of the Dust,” “The Big Lebowski,” “13th” and More

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      Want indelible proof that great cinema is indeed timeless? Look no further than the films of Auguste and Louis Lumière, who captured images that manage to enlighten, amaze and in some cases, elicit belly laughs over a century after they were...
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        Ebertfest 2018, Day 3: 'Columbus,' 'A Page of Madness,' 'American Splendor'

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        The typical day at Ebertfest is one that sends attendees down any number of highways and byways, cinematic and otherwise, and provides them with an experience that exposes them to any number of experiences. This was especially true of Day 3 of this...
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          The Devil and Father Amorth

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          "The Devil and Father Amorth" sees director William Friedkin returning to a subject that drove his biggest box-office success, "The Exorcist," and spawned a seemingly never-ending series of sequels. This time, however, he's made a...
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            Ebertfest 2018, Day 2: Critics Panel, 'Interstellar,' 'Selena,' 'Belle'

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            The morning after its audience had been given a shot of adrenaline with Andrew Davis' opening night film “The Fugitive,” Ebertfest had its own blockbuster event in the form of 14 critics talking about the state of their...
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              Traffik

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              “Traffik” begins with that classic cinematic lie “inspired by true events” and ends with statistics for women who have been victims of human trafficking. Between these two bookends is a steaming pile of exploitative horse...
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                Ghost Stories

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                If you have fond memories of anthology horror films like “Creepshow” or long for the days when stories of the supernatural weren’t reliant on jump scares and increasingly stupid behavior from a film’s protagonists, then I...
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                  Little Pink House

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                  “I happen to agree with it 100 percent,” real estate developer and future president Donald Trump said in 2005 about the Supreme Court’s expansive ruling on eminent domain that year, in the case Kelo vs. New London. Speaking on Neil...
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                    Kodachrome

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                    When it comes to road-trip movies, the “getting there” part of the journey is generally more important than the “you have reached your final destination” ending. “Kodachrome,” alas, too often travels a well-worn...
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                      Super Troopers 2

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                      "Super Troopers 2" is, despite some bright spots, a self-conscious, and painfully unfunny return to stoner comedy team Broken Lizard's most successful film. This bloated, unfocused follow-up—which was tellingly crowd-funded by fans and...
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                        Godard Mon Amour

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                        I have two things to say to anyone who’s tempted to walk out of Michel Hazanavicius’ “Godard Mon Amour” before the halfway mark. First: I understand. I might have done the same had I not been reviewing. Second: thankfully,...