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      Five Episodes of The Twilight Zone to Watch After Seeing Us

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      After his Oscar-winning success with “Get Out,” Jordan Peele could have done virtually anything. Not only did he produce another Oscar winner in Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman,” and prep his brilliant sophomore feature in...
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        Aidy Bryant Carries Hulu's Shrill

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        There’s a moment near the end of “Annie,” the first episode of “Shrill,” in which our heroine is subjected to yet another microaggression, the latest in what seems like an unending string. The first—the first we...
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          Larry Cohen: 1941-2019

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          Since the creators of B-movies generally do not have such luxuries as famous actors, familiar properties and large budgets to work with, they have to rely more heavily on an ingredient that is just important but much lower in cost—a great...
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            Hooray for Historic Chicago Female African-American Mayoral Contenders Toni Preckwinkle and Lori...

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            In an historic twist, Chicago will elect its first African-American woman Mayor, 100 years after a series of violent race riots tore the city apart. When the recent Chicago mayoral race began to heat up, never in my wildest dreams did I imagine...
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              Happiness and Artifice: The Performances of Julianne Moore

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              Gloria Bell (Julianne Moore) comes to the dance club frequently. She loves the music—‘70s and ‘80s pop ballads and disco hits—and dancing, but after 12 years of being divorced, she’s constantly looking over her...
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                Sunset

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                Unlike most costume dramas, "Sunset"—a moving Hungarian character study set in Budapest during 1913—isn't a movie you can easily get lost in. The movie's disorienting and visually austere style takes some getting used to: dark, but...
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                  Dragged Across Concrete

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                  The cops-and-robbers genre is typically one that feels more accelerated than others, complete with quick cuts, witty dialogue, and narrative time jumps. S. Craig Zahler’s “Dragged Across Concrete” asks does it have to be? Extremely...
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                    Relaxer

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                    I don't know if you can get on the same wavelength as "Relaxer"; you're either with this grimy slacker comedy or you aren't. I like "Relaxer" a lot, possibly because it is what high-school age me thought American indie cinema was...
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                      Hotel Mumbai

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                      How do we establish a proper ethics code around a narrative film that dramatically recreates an act of real-life terrorism? How much time do we need to allow between the tragedy’s actual occurrence and its Hollywood-ized on-screen reflection,...
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                        Out of Blue

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                        Writer/director Joseph Mankiewicz famously said that the difference between movies and life is that movies have to make sense. The arc of a storyline with a beginning, middle and end, with actions and consequences, is itself a way of imposing order...