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November 2019

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      Home Entertainment Guide: November 27, 2019

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      10 NEW TO NETFLIX "The Adventures of Tintin""Black Snake Moan""End of Watch""Hamburger Hill""The Longest Yard""Once Upon a Time in the West""Popeye""What's Eating Gilbert Grape""Young Adult""Zodiac" 7 NEW TO BLU-RAY/DVD "All About Eve"...
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        M. Night Shyamalan, Apple TV Team Up for Unsettling Servant

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        Apple TV has their most ambitious show to date (with all respect to the fans of the Blind Aquaman show) in the fascinating “Servant,” directed and produced by M. Night Shyamalan. The filmmaker behind “The Sixth Sense” and...
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          Bring the Soul to Life: Oscar-Winning Editor Paul Hirsch on “Planes, Trains and Automobiles,” “Star...

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          There’s a memorable scene in John Hughes’ 1986 comedy classic, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” where awe-struck teen Cameron (Alan Ruck) glances at George Seurat’s infamous 1884 painting, “A Sunday Afternoon on...
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            White Snake

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            There’s a significant difference in quality between the mediocre scenario (and dialogue) and thrilling production design (and direction) in “White Snake,” the new Chinese animated fairy tale about a shape-changing demon snake who...
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              AFI Fest 2019: Highlights From Around the World

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              Great change came to AFI Fest this year in the form of paid admissions. For the first time in a decade, LA audiences who had grown accustomed—for better or worse—to watching a curated selection of international titles and awards-bound...
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                63 Up

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                For 55 years, Michael Apted's "Up" series has produced documentary features about the lives of 14 regular people, joining James Bond as one of world cinema's few constants. The latest installment—and maybe the last, according to...
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                  The Two Popes

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                  The Pope and a Jesuit cardinal walk into a park. As they stroll the grounds of the Papal summer home, the cardinal, Jorge Bergoglio (Jonathan Pryce) attempts to serve his resignation papers. Pope Benedict XVI (Anthony Hopkins) either ignores his...
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                    Queen & Slim

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                    The title credit of Melina Matsoukas’ debut feature, "Queen & Slim" is startling: gigantic yellow letters against a black background, with the enormity of the font establishing the gigantic scope of the film. There's something epic about...
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                      The Best Television of the Decade

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                      The best television shows of the 2010s, as chosen by TV critics Brian Tallerico and Allison Shoemaker, illustrate the incredible range of what has become known as “Peak TV.” The narrative as the decade came to a close was dominated by...
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                        #368 November 26, 2019

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                        Matt writes: With Thanksgiving just days away, let us revisit the holiday perennial that has emerged as one of the most beloved of all American films: John Hughes' poignant 1987 comedy "Planes, Trains & Automobiles." Though Roger liked it...