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January 2019

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      The Hole in the Ground

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      “The Hole in the Ground” is based on a single idea: no, not the breathtaking crater in the middle of some spooky woods, which gives this Irish horror film its title. Rather, it’s about a young boy who starts to act creepy one day,...
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        Sundance 2019: Stieg Larsson - The Man Who Played with Fire, Maiden, Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

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        Stieg Larsson is perhaps best known for penning the “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” books (aka the “Millennium” trilogy), but his saga of master hacker and punk Lisbeth Salander digging through history in order to fight...
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          The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

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          “The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind” tells the true story of William Kamkwamba; the young Malawian genius that built a windmill entirely via DIY methods in the early 2000s, to save his family and village from draught and famine....
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            Sundance 2019 Interview: Babadook Director Jennifer Kent on Her New Film, The Nightingale

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            Jennifer Kent, the writer-director of the Sundance sensation “The Babadook,” is back in Park City five years after her modern-day horror classic took the festival by a storm. She is here with her arresting period drama-thriller...
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              The Image Book

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              You have to hand it to Jean-Luc Godard: he's 88 now and has been making movies since the late 1950s, but everything he makes in this late, hyper-experimental phase is still the movie equivalent of a drink you expected to be stiff but not...
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                Serenity

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                “Serenity” is terrible and insane, and will surely end up being one of the worst films of 2019. But it’s also such a wildly ambitious roller coaster ride that it must be experienced, preferably with friends, to laugh together at...
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                  Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists

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                  One of the numerous strengths of the HBO documentary “Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists” is how its directors Jonathan Alter, John Block and Steve McCarthy propose that a former news cycle is repeating itself now. In one clip,...
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                    King of Thieves

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                    “King of Thieves” is a heist film inhabited by a grey-haired gang of British acting royalty, men who had, in their younger days, played all manner of criminals and hustlers. Leading the pack is Michael Caine, who has embodied some of the...
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                      The Invisibles

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                      "I thought I was the only one."  The words are said by Hanni Lévy, one of the 7,000 Jews who hid in Berlin after it was declared "free of Jews" by Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels in May of 1943. The sense of isolation, of being...
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                        Polar

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                        Over the last few months, Netflix has released a number of highly acclaimed and duly celebrated films, including the recent Oscar nominees “Roma” and “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” and such equally fascinating and worthy...