October 2018

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      Shirkers

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      In the discussion of men, women and abusers in Hollywood, not much has been said about the opportunities stolen from artists by those in power. It’s almost too painful a thought: Where could have the careers of women directors have gone if...
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        Hunter Killer

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        Gerard Butler caught my attention back when I was a young theater nerd going through her “The Phantom of the Opera” stage. Since then, Butler’s acting seems to have ossified. Gone are his more limber moments of intensely singing or...
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          Johnny English Strikes Again

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          Raise your hand if you were waiting for another Rowan Atkinson movie about the bumbling British spy, Johnny English.  Yeah, me neither. But here we are. Johnny English is striking again, 15 years after the first movie, and seven years after the...
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            1985

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            A sensitive drama that slowly builds in power, "1985" feels like a missing minor classic from the decade that preceded the rise of the so-called New Queer Cinema, when independent filmmakers had to struggle to cobble together budgets that...
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              Dovlatov

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              Aleksey German’s aimless period drama “Dovlatov” is more concerned with unhurriedly observing the Leningrad of November 1971 in patches than rushing to bind together its social patterns. This is a world of artists and thinkers of...
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                Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: October 25, 2018

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                9 NEW TO BLU-RAY/DVD "Ant-Man and the Wasp" Quick, what's the most recent Marvel movie? It feels like a lot of people would say "Avengers: Infinity War" or maybe even "Black Panther," forgetting that there was a sequel to "Ant-Man" released this...
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                  Suspiria

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                  Luca Guadagnino’s “Suspiria” isn’t so much a remake of the 1977 Dario Argento horror classic as it is a seriously insane (and seriously serious) expansion on the original. The two films share a setting, a few character names...
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                    Little Tickles Wins the Roger Ebert Award at the 2018 Chicago International Film Festival

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                    Andréa Bescond and Eric Métayer’s wrenching French drama “Little Tickles” won the Roger Ebert Award during last week’s closing festivities for the 2018 Chicago International Film Festival.  In a work of...
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                      Thumbnails Special Edition: National Disability Employment Awareness Month

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                      Thumbnails is a roundup of brief excerpts to introduce you to articles from other websites that we found interesting and exciting. We provide links to the original sources for you to read in their entirety. This special edition of Thumbnails...
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                        Channel Zero Returns with a Fourth Frightful Fable

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                        SyFy’s “Channel Zero” has built a small but loyal following by delivering solid, reliable genre entertainment across three six-episode seasons. Each iteration of “Channel Zero” is based on a “creepypasta,”...