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August 2018

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      Death of a Nation

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      In concluding my review of “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party” (2016), the previous film from conservative pundit-turned-conspiracy theorist/hack filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, I offered the mild...
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        Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: August 2, 2018

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        10 NEW TO NETFLIX "Amy""An Education""The End of the Tour""Ex Machina""Mississippi Grind""A Most Violent Year""Obvious Child""Room""The Rover""Slow West" 4 NEW TO BLU-RAY/DVD "Counterpart: Season One" Starz's "Counterpart" was one of the most...
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          The Miseducation of Cameron Post

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          The 1990s now feel like a memory, distant enough to dress up a film with period-specific melancholy. Just consider the batch of various recent and upcoming releases—Carla Simón’s “Summer 1993,” Elijah Bynum’s...
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            The Spy Who Dumped Me

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            The pairing of Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon in an R-rated action comedy would seem like the perfect late-summer escape. Both actresses have proven for years that they’re game for whatever comes their way, and their contrasting styles held the...
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              RogerEbert.com Gender Balances Roster of Film Critics to Uplift Diverse Voices

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              Answering the call for more diverse voices in film criticism and gender equity in Hollywood, Chaz Ebert announces that RogerEbert.com is gender balancing its regular rotation of film critics. Nell Minow, Monica Castillo and Tomris...
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                Nico, 1988

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                There’s a whole lot going on in "Nico, 1988" concerning the not-often-discussed legacy of musical artist Nico, which is treated here with an unusual biopic. For one, writer/director Susanna Nicchiarelli seeks to let...
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                  The Unloved, Part 56: In the Cut

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                  Ultimately it was sexism and Meg Ryan. People didn't want to have to take her seriously after more than a decade of her dominating romantic comedies. They wanted to be done with her. It's a shame, because she did incredible work when people asked...
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                    No Date, No Signature

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                    The actress Hediyeh Tehrani, whose face has an elegant angularity worthy of Katharine Hepburn, is not only one of the chief reasons to see the powerfully understated drama “No Date, No Signature”; she can also be regarded as a living...