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May 2018

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      Terrific New Adaptation of Little Women Reminds Us of This Story’s Greatness

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      “Love is a great beautifier,” Louisa May Alcott wrote in “Little Women,” her 19th century novel about a family of sisters, their admirable parents, and the men who wander across their paths. The March girls—affectionate...
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        Life of the Party

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        "Life of the Party," about a forty-something divorcee named Deanna "Dee Rock" Miles who goes back to college alongside her daughter, is the latest Melissa McCarthy star vehicle that fails to do justice to the sheer awesomeness of its leading lady....
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          Breaking In

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          As “Don’t Mess With A Mother” thrillers go, I much preferred this picture to last year’s Halle-Berry-starring exercise in high-octane cinematic ineptitude, “Kidnap.” Gabrielle Union stars as Shawn, a mom of two,...
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            Beast

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            Moll, a young redheaded woman, puts on a yellow sundress and stares at herself in the mirror. Downstairs, guests gather for her birthday party. Moll's shoulders hunch inwards, her arms are tense. It is as though her body revolts against taking up...
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              The Day After

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              With the uninspired pity party comedy "The Day After," self-lacerating Korean dramatist Sang-soo Hong continues a trend towards un-productive self-loathing that began last year with the half-empty "On the Beach At Night Alone" and continued...
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                The Seagull

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                The creation of producer Tom Hulce and theater director Michael Mayer, the latest cinematic incarnation of Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull” is handsomely mounted and well-acted by a stellar cast, but it’s one of those theatrical...
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                  Filmworker

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                  Before he died in 1999, Stanley Kubrick was working on a re-release of “2001: A Space Odyssey” to coincide with the year it had made synonymous with sci-fi cinematic glory. Since “2001” was (and remains) my favorite Kubrick...
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                    The Escape

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                    This is an interesting week for mavens of Stanley-Kubrick-related minutiae. “Filmworker,” a documentary about longtime Kubrick assistant Leon Vitali, opens this week. As all Kubrick mavens know, Vitali first met Kubrick playing Lord...
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                      Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: May 10, 2018

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                      8 NEW TO NETFLIX "Amelie""Beautiful Girls""Faces Places""God's Own Country""Red Dragon""Scream 2""Shrek""Sliding Doors" 8 NEW TO BLU-RAY/DVD "All the Money in the World" Ridley Scott made two films in 2017 and neither really got the attention...
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                        Netflix Returns to True Crime with Tedious Docuseries Evil Genius

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                        In August 2003, a middle-aged pizza delivery man Brian Wells robbed a bank in Erie, Pennsylvania with a bomb locked around his neck. When surrounded by police minutes later, it was revealed that Wells appeared to be a hostage to an unknown menace,...