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October 2020

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      Bonded and Unbound: Sean Connery, 1930-2020

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      Sean Connery led with his shoulders and his wicked grin. Raised in a tenement in Edinburgh, Scotland, he was a brawler, sailor, footballer, and bodybuilder before turning to show business. He went on to become a movie star and accomplished film...
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        Disney+'s The Mandalorian Makes a Valiant Return in Season Two Opener

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        We may not be getting a new “Star Wars” movie this year (or even next), but we’ll at least have “The Mandalorian,” a serial that proves with one of its best episodes yet that it still has a lot of flair,...
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          Come Play

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          “Come Play” uses isolated childhood to spin a traditional ghost story around concerns about bullying and even the abundance of screen time for our current youngest generation. There's ambition in the concept that elevates Jacob...
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            The True Adventures of Wolfboy

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            We have a certain expectation of a fairy tale hero—a handsome prince, gallant and courageous, sometimes blond, often wearing armor, able to defend himself and others—and “The True Adventures of Wolfboy” scoffs at it. Who does...
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              His House

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              At the center of Netflix’s ghost story “His House” is a marriage haunted by shared trauma. Writer/director Remi Weekes makes this symbolic connection clear, albeit somewhat comically, in the first scene. Bol Majur (Sope Dirisu)...
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                Spell

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                Set amid the familiar, gritty grounds of a backwoods thriller, “Spell” attempts to summon the terrors of “The Hills Have Eyes” in a “Misery” package, with little jolt and even less cinematic elegance to go around....
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                  The Donut King

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                  If you’ve ever enjoyed a donut that came from a pink box, you have Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy to thank. The same goes for if you’ve been to California and tasted a donut from one of the many shops owned by many other Cambodian refugees...
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                    Fire Will Come

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                    The pious, cosmic Spanish drama “Fire Will Come” is essentially an allegory about forgiveness (and shame and doubt) since it concerns what happens after a shy ex-con returns from prison to his rural Galician home. Amador (Amador...
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                      Us Kids

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                      For many, the events of February 14, 2018, when a gunman murdered 17 people in Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, never really ended. And the day’s true physical and emotional toll remains untallied. With gun-control themed...
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                        The Lasting Terror of Candyman

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                        I enjoy when horror films do more than just throw sudden shocks and jolts at audiences. Bernard Rose’s 1992 film “Candyman” is one example. While it surely shocks us with a series of horrific bloody moments during its...