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December 2019

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      Thumbnails Special Edition: In Praise of Our Writers at RogerEbert.com

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      Thumbnails is a roundup of brief excerpts that usually introduces you to articles from other websites that we found interesting and exciting. In light of the holidays, I'd like to shine a light on some of our wonderful writers at...
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        Netflix Really Hopes Game of Thrones Fans Take to The Witcher

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        At its best, Netflix’s adaptation of the hit novels and video games that tell the story of “The Witcher,” aka Geralt of Rivia, reminds one of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” with its blend of dense plotting, magical...
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          Invisible Life

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          Lush melodramas are a dying breed, especially masterful ones like Karim Aïnouz’s “Invisible Life” that wear Douglas Sirkian genre conventions on their sleeve proudly and abundantly. From its very first frame,...
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            Togo

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            “Togo” (now playing on Disney+) is a smart, affectionately made tale about an underdog and his musher. “Smart” because it shows the dog as both a puppy who's too small for mushing and then 12 years later as a...
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              Only Cloud Knows

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              The Chinese romantic-drama “Only Cloud Knows” is sappy, slow, and mostly effective. It’s also a notable change-up for director Xiaogang Feng (“Youth,” “I Am Not Madame Bovary”), the popular mainland...
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                The Best Scores of the Decade

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                What a decade it's been. While the blockbuster score has become more and more homogenized, the indie score has risen up and put some of Hollywood's finest in their place with a particular focus on composers that have transitioned from the worlds of...
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                  Cats

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                  In 1939, T.S. Eliot published a book called Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, filled with poems he had written about cats to amuse his godchildren. A far cry from The Waste Land, almost 20 years before, Eliot's poems are sweet and sneakily...
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                    Bright Wall/Dark Room December 2019: To the Very End by Calvin McMillin

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                    We are pleased to offer an excerpt from the December issue of the online magazine, Bright Wall/Dark Room. The theme of for December issue is "Best of the Decade" and, in addition to this "Twin Peaks" piece by Calvin McMillin, also features...
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                      A Christmas Carol

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                      Nick Murphy’s “A Christmas Carol” is not your community theater’s version of the Charles Dickens classic story, and it definitely has more images of death than "The Muppets Christmas Carol." Instead, this FX Original...
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                        Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

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                        “If this mission fails, it was all for nothing. What we’ve done. All this time.” This may just be another inspirational line of dialogue from “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” but I couldn’t help thinking it...