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April 2019

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      Into the Abyss: A Tale of Death, A Tale of Life

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      This review was published on November 9, 2011, and is being republished for the 2019 Day4Empathy."Into the Abyss" may be the saddest film Werner Herzog has ever made. It regards a group of miserable lives, and in finding a few faint glimmers of hope...
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        Juno

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        This review was published on December 13, 2007, and is being republished for the 2019 Day4Empathy.Jason Reitman's "Juno" is just about the best movie of the year. It is very smart, very funny and very touching; it begins with the pacing of a...
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          City Lights

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          This review was published on December 21, 1997, and is being republished for the 2019 Day4Empathy.If only one of Charles Chaplin's films could be preserved, “City Lights” (1931) would come the closest to representing all the different...
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            Brilliant Killing Eve Returns to Rekindle Your Obsession

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            The first season of “Killing Eve” was fascinating in how in it subverted the typical progression of a new series. Most shows start off at their ratings peak, buoyed by publicity, marketing, and reviews. People tune in, and then a...
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              4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days

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              I still remember being chilled by one particular moment in Cristian Mungiu’s “4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days,” a stark, sobering drama film set in Romania during the final years of Nicolae Ceaușescu’s communist regime. At...
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                Shazam!

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                Any lifelong fan of superheroes has at one point wanted to be one—to suddenly have superpowers, to fight evil, to do what ordinary humans can’t do. It’s a fantasy that’s directly entertained by “Shazam!”, as...
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                  Short Films in Focus: Being 97

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                  Last month, I wrote about a short film called “Pocket,” which took place entirely on a smartphone owned by a less than sympathetic teenager named Jake, who, like many of us, suffers from screen addiction. Watching Andrew Hasse’s...
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                    #351 April 2, 2019

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                    Matt writes: The full line-up for our 21st annual Roger Ebert's Film Festival (a.k.a. Ebertfest), running Wednesday, April 10th, through Saturday, April 13th, is now available on RogerEbert.com. We are dedicating the festival this year to the memory...
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                      The Unloved, Part 64: Jupiter Ascending

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                      This essay is for Willow Catelyn Maclay. Willow’s one of my favorite writers, and has taught me so much about identity, about embracing and loving ambiguity in art, and about loving oneself.  A lot of beautiful writing has been written...
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                        Kamran Heidari on Ali Aqa, His Approach to Documentary Filmmaking and More

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                        Iranian director Kamran Heidari is one of the most accomplished documentarians currently working, but Americans have had few opportunities to see his work. His 2012 film "I Am Negahdar Jamali And I Make Westerns" is his only movie to get...