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March 2019

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      Relaxer

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      I don't know if you can get on the same wavelength as "Relaxer"; you're either with this grimy slacker comedy or you aren't. I like "Relaxer" a lot, possibly because it is what high-school age me thought American indie cinema was...
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        Hotel Mumbai

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        How do we establish a proper ethics code around a narrative film that dramatically recreates an act of real-life terrorism? How much time do we need to allow between the tragedy’s actual occurrence and its Hollywood-ized on-screen reflection,...
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          Out of Blue

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          Writer/director Joseph Mankiewicz famously said that the difference between movies and life is that movies have to make sense. The arc of a storyline with a beginning, middle and end, with actions and consequences, is itself a way of imposing order...
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            Trading Paint

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            For years, movie fans have wanted to see Michael Madsen and John Travolta reprise their characters Vic and Vincent Vega, criminal brothers in Quentin Tarantino’s movies “Reservoir Dogs” and “Pulp Fiction”...
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              Roll Red Roll

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              There have been a depressingly large number of films about how our culture of toxic masculinity can lead to cover ups of crimes like sexual assault and rape. But what separates the harrowing “Roll Red Roll” is the approach by the...
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                Ramen Shop

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                Most of us have a favorite dish from our childhood. Something so wrapped up in nostalgia, that even if it’s bad for you or hard to make, you’ll endure the stomach pains or time demands just to taste it again. Somewhere in your...
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                  The Dirt

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                  When I told a friend of mine that I was reviewing Mötley Crüe’s “The Dirt,” he replied, “I don’t need a movie. I have Dr. Feelgood.” The sad thing is how true that statement is when one discovers the...
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                    Against All Odds: Nazanin Boniadi on Hotel Mumbai

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                    Nazanin Boniadi stars in “Hotel Mumbai” as Zahra, a wealthy Iranian woman who arrives at the Taj Hotel in Mumbai with her American husband, their baby, and their nanny, just before the terrorist attack that went on for more than three...
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                      Book Review: The Star Wars Archives 1977-1983

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                      For anyone younger than twenty in 1977, the first "Star Wars" movie came like a bolt from outer space, revolutionary in its blend of drama, mythology, and special effects. “I love kids, and I think movies are really for young people because...
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                        Anthony Maras on Hotel Mumbai, Finding the Humanity in Tragedy and More

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                        Anthony Maras is an Australian lawyer-turned-screenwriter/director, whose first feature is “Hotel Mumbai,” based on the 2008 terrorist attack over three days at the luxurious Taj Hotel. Inspired by the documentary “Surviving...