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May 2018

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      Toronto #7: One T-shirt after another

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      Pierre Rissient passed away on May 6th, 2018 at the age of 81. We send our condolences to his friends and family and reprint this article by Roger in his memory. TORONTO, Ont.-Attached to this article should be a photograph. Study it carefully....
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        Cannes Film Festival 2018 Preview: The Top Films Competing For the Palme d'Or

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        The 71st Annual Cannes International Film Festival opens on May 8, but don’t expect any post-70th-anniversary hangover from this sprawling mash-up of highbrow film competition, party mill, and trade show, as there’s yet another milestone...
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          Partners in mind: Keith Carradine and Alan Rudolph

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          Actor Keith Carradine and director Alan Rudolph met over 40 years ago when they were both employed by the late, great Robert Altman. They went on to make six films together, starting with 1976's "Welcome to L.A." and continuing through "The...
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            Cannes 2018 Video #1: Preview

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            Here is Chaz Ebert's first video dispatch from the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, followed by a transcript of the video... Cannes 2018 Preview with Chaz Ebert from The Mint on Vimeo. With our 20th annual Ebertfest now in the rearview mirror, we are...
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              102 Not Out

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              You'd be forgiven if you took a look at Bollywood mega-star Amitabh Bachchan in the sappy, but satisfying geriatric comedy "102 Not Out"—clad in a frizzy Einstein-like wig, and fake-looking white beard—and wondered if he...
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                The Power of Community: A Recap of the 2018 TCM Classic Film Festival

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                HOLLYWOOD — Though “Powerful Words: The Page Onscreen” served as the official theme of the ninth annual TCM Classic Film Festival, which concluded here over the weekend, even more palpable was the power of community.  Ben...
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                  Anon

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                  I can imagine that writer/director Andrew Niccol is exceptionally good at pitching his scripts. That’s all the more impressive given his fixation on high-concept sci-fi—but he knows how to give it a good hook. With 1997’s...
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                    Overboard

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                    As movie-going experiences go, there is nothing worse than to sit through what purports to be a comedy and never have a reason to engage your laugh reflex. Exhibit A: The gender-switch remake of the 1987 screwball farce, "Overboard." Granted, I was...
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                      Bad Samaritan

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                      The spectacularly dumb, and weirdly entertaining bad-taste thriller "Bad Samaritan" is the kind of movie that many will assume can only be enjoyed ironically, or just with some sort of emotional detachment....
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                        RBG

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                        In the final credits for "RBG," a documentary about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, "Meme Creators" get the longest credit roll, with an apology following: "We were unable to identify every artist." The unlikely transformation of the...