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May 2018

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      The Guardians

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      Like a series of Monet paintings come to life, the historical drama “The Guardians” luxuriates in lush, widescreen images of the French countryside. World War I is raging elsewhere, but this segment of the country remains unspoiled and...
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        Racer and the Jailbird

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        In the masterful Michael Mann crime drama “Heat” (1995), professional robber Neil McCauley says, “A guy told me one time, ‘Don’t let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds if...
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          Manhunt

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          "After all this time, nothing much has changed." These self-conscious, but still incantatory words are the first ones spoken in "Manhunt," Hong Kong action filmmaker John Woo's long-anticipated return to the romantic "Heroic Bloodshed"...
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            Angels Wear White

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            For anyone watching the new Chinese drama “Angels Wear White,” it will be all but impossible to regard its bleak and harrowing storyline without thinking of the #MeToo movement and all of the attendant scandals involving horrific cases...
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              The 12th Man

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              One does not necessarily expect Harald Zwart to direct a near-epic World War II drama based on the heroic exploits of a real-life Norwegian who, deployed from Scotland to his own country on an abortive mission, finds himself struggling against the...
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                The Desert Bride

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                In recent years, filmmakers from South American countries including Chile, Argentina and Brazil have received international attention for dramatic movies centered on women characters, films that inventively explore both the outward and internal...
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                  The Con is On

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                  The comedy thriller "The Con is On" is a Who's Who of 1990s indie film character actors, but the movie ends up delivering a lot of cliches from that brief but extremely specific era of filmmaking, and not necessarily the ones you might...
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                    Tully

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                    Having a kid is hard. Having three kids—one of whom is a newborn baby—isn’t just three times harder. The challenges increase exponentially to the point of surrealism, a sensation writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman nail...
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                      Parental Guidance: Jason Reitman & Mackenzie Davis on 'Tully'

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                      With “Tully,” their third collaboration, director Jason Reitman and screenwriter Diablo Cody are approaching a “Before Sunrise”-style trilogy about the challenges of growing up and getting older.   It may not be the same...
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                        Netflix’s Brilliant ‘Dear White People’ Avoids Sophomore Slump

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                        Justin Simien’s Netflix adaptation of his own Sundance hit “Dear White People” was one of the smartest and funniest shows of 2017, ranking in my personal top ten of the year. It says something about how much of television nowadays...