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June 2018

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      The Woman Trapped: The Lens of Ida Lupino

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      Ida Lupino once said, “You cannot play naive if you’re not.” And Ida Lupino was never naive. If anything, Lupino was a dogged creator of her own destiny, starting as an actress in simplistic comedies before becoming a series...
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        CBS All Access' Strange Angel is a Slow Burn Through Fascinating History

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        Television has become so crowded in terms of channels and shows that something with a pretty remarkable pedigree can slide under the radar. Even people who consider themselves “up” on the world of TV had no idea when I told them that...
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          Bright Wall/Dark Room June 2018: Bob Fosse's Dance with the Five Stages of Grief in "All That...

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          We are pleased to offer an excerpt from the latest edition of the online magazine, Bright Wall/Dark Room. The theme for their June issue is "That's Entertainment!", focused on movies about movies. In addition to this essay by Travis Woods about "All...
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            #330 June 12, 2018

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            Matt writes: In her latest edition of Thumbnails, Chaz Ebert has chosen to place a spotlight on in-depth conversations with various critics including Matt Zoller Seitz, Claudia Puig, A.O. Scott, Susan Wloszczyna, Dan Callahan and more. In addition...
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              Incredibles 2

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              For years, Pixar focused on original films, ignoring the sequel trend so prevalent in children’s entertainment. Sure, there were two sequels to “Toy Story,” but that was the exception. Now, the company regularly alternates...
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                In the Presence of Royalty: John Travolta on Gotti, Grease, Robert Shapiro and More

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                “Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk / I’m a woman’s man, no time to talk.” Those opening lyrics sung by the Bee Gees set the tone for a classic film as well as the career that it launched. John Travolta was already a...
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                  Alex Strangelove

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                  If you enjoyed Netflix original movies such as “The Kissing Booth,” “Dude,” and “Candy Jar,” you’re more than prepared to like “Alex Strangelove.”  But if you don’t have...
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                    Bernard and Huey

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                    Written by cartoonist and playwright Jules Feiffer ("Little Murders," "Carnal Knowledge"), and based on characters he created for comic strips in Playboy and The Village Voice, "Bernard and Huey" is a lovingly detailed look at two unhappy and...
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                      Nancy

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                      Writer/director Christina Choe, here making her feature debut, frames the first half hour or so of “Nancy” in a boxy, Academy-ratio format. It’s a suitable cage of sorts for the title character, played by Andrea Riseborough. In her...
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                        Hearts Beat Loud

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                        The modest scope of "Hearts Beat Loud," a new film directed by Brett Haley, which he co-wrote with Marc Basch, is its strongest point. It's refreshing to watch a film that doesn't feel obligated to go for the brass ring (of emotion, or social...