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April 2021

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      Percy vs. Goliath

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      Christopher Walken's greatest trick is playing regular guys. There has never been anyone remotely like this charismatic, eerie actor—a man whose preparation for roles includes retyping all of his own dialogue without punctuation—so...
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        The Girlfriend Experience Exists at the Intersection of Sex, Commerce, and Technology

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        Steven Soderbergh’s “The Girlfriend Experience” remains one of the master filmmaker’s most underrated works, a fascinating examination of the profession of an escort that doesn’t feel remotely exploitative. In some...
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          Universal Cinematic Language: Ben Sharrock on Limbo

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          A great deal is said about how nailing tone is essential to a tricky script's execution, but much can be also said for how it's all designed on set. Take writer/director Ben Sharrock's second film "Limbo," which applies the same meticulous character...
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            About Endlessness

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            Although it begins with a shot of a couple in each other’s arms, floating over beds of gray clouds, “About Endlessness” is one of the least fanciful of Roy Andersson’s films. There’s less of the deadpan surrealism that...
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              Separation

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              William Brent Bell’s “Separation” is an atrocious piece of work, a movie that fails as both a domestic drama and as a horror flick, and really feels like the kind of thing that everyone involved is going to have to discuss in...
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                Limbo

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                Trying for comedy inside the margins of the migrant crisis is playing with fire. But with his sophomore feature “Limbo,” a humanistic, tenderly deadpan plunge into the psyche of a Syrian refugee, Scottish writer/director Ben Sharrock...
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                  Cliff Walkers

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                  The Chinese spy thriller “Cliff Walkers” is and isn’t as chilly and straight-forward as it seems. Directed by Zhang Yimou (“Hero,” “Shadow”) and set in Northeastern China during 1931, “Cliff...
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                    The Outside Story

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                    Charles (Brian Tyree Henry) is “stuck.” That’s the word more than one person uses to describe him. He spends most of his time in the second floor apartment of his Brooklyn walk-up, as oblivious to the world outside as it is to him....
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                      Thumbnails Special Edition: The Personal Essays of Matt Zoller Seitz

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                      Our Editor at Large Matt Zoller Seitz's deeply personal essays about the deaths of so many of his family members in the month of April tore my heart to shreds. In this special edition of Thumbnails, I've decided to put them all in one place in...
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                        Joy: My Memories of Ebertfest

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                        Roger's statement about Kindness always fills me with joy and hope. It reads, "Kindness covers all of my political beliefs. No need to spell them out. I believe that if, at the end, according to our abilities, we have done something to make others a...