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December 2019

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      The Uncanny Valleys of Martin Scorsese's The Irishman

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      The first time we see Robert De Niro de-aged in Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” he’s behind the wheel. In that moment though, none of us pay attention to that steering wheel or the truck. Instead, we’re transfixed by...
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        Video Interview: The Two Popes

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        "The Two Popes," which debuted at the Telluride Film Festival, has been a hit with audiences on the Festival circuit and lands on Netflix this Friday after a small theatrical run. Directed by Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles ("City of God") and...
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          Rob Garver on What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael

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          The title of the new feature documentary by Rob Garver, “What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael,” is a giveaway. In the film, the legendary critic for New Yorker is presented not merely as a key figure of film culture of the second half...
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            The Individual Top Tens of the Decade

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            Back in November, we presented the site’s Top 25 of the 2010s, led by Terrence Malick’s “The Tree of Life.” In conjunction with our Best of 2019 and its associated lists, we wanted to share the individual top tens of the...
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              Anna Karina: 1940-2019

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              Made in 1962, “Vivre sa vie” (a.k.a. “My Life to Live”), the fourth feature film from Jean-Luc Godard, tells the story of Nana, a beautiful young French woman who impulsively decides to leave her husband and infant son in...
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                Parasite, Little Women Lead Chicago Film Critics Awards

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                Films by Bong Joon Ho and Greta Gerwig dominated on Saturday night at the annual awards dinner held by the Chicago Film Critics Association, winning four awards each. Bong’s “Parasite” walked home with prizes for Best Picture, Best...
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                  Danny Aiello: 1933-2019

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                  Upon hearing of the death of beloved character actor Danny Aiello, at the age of 86 after a brief illness, I went online to look at his filmography. I was a little surprised to discover that he didn’t make his first movie until he...
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                    A Hidden Life

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                    Terrence Malick’s “A Hidden Life,” the true story of a World War II conscientious objector, is one of his finest films, and one of his most demanding. It clocks in at nearly three hours, moves in a measured way (you could call the...
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                      The Individual Top Tens of 2019

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                      On Wednesday, we released the RogerEbert.com consensus Top Ten Films of 2019, led by Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman.” Today, we dig deeper, presenting you with all submitted lists from our brilliant critics and independent...
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                        Chinese Portrait

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                        Wang Xiaoshuai’s latest movie works so splendidly on its own self-contained and easily divined terms you could watch it without knowing anything about the Shanghai-born director and still walk out stunned. Of course, the payoff of this work is...