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November 2013

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      Don't Look Away: On the Artistry and Urgency of "12 Years a Slave"

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      I believe in national memory. I believe in racial memory. "12 Years a Slave" is about both kinds of memory, and how they are suppressed, and why they are suppressed, and why they shouldn't be, and how art can trigger them and tease them out and...
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        Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

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        In a key scene of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom," a new biopic about South African leader Nelson Mandela, a judge tells Mandela (Idris Elba) that he's being sentenced to life imprisonment so that he can't become a martyr. Mandela says he's willing...
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          Lenny Cooke

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          In 2001, Lenny Cooke was the #1 ranked high school basketball player, placing higher than Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire and LeBron James. Filmmaker Adam Shopkorn chronicled Cooke's rise in over 100 hours of footage. Shopkorn turned down a...
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            Frank Darabont's "Mob City" Takes Classic Noir Out for a Spin

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            Tommy guns, femme fatales, jazz—Frank Darabont's "Mob City" has all the ingredients to appeal to fans of the noir genre and those longing for another look at the gangster era of iconic figures like Mickey Cohen, Bugsy Siegel, Sid Rothman, and...
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              Black Nativity

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              Earnest, square and proudly evangelical, "Black Nativity" is so unusual that its rough aspects are easy to forgive. Written and directed by Kasi Lemmons ("Eve's Bayou," "The Caveman's Valentine"), it's a loose reworking of a 1961 Langston Hughes...
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                Blu-ray Consumer Guide: November 2013

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                Greetings, home theater mavens and other entertainment enthusiasts. I am delighted to be importing the Blu-ray Consumer Guide I began at my blog, Some Came Running, to RogerEbert.com for your delectation and guidance. Before we jump in, a few...
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                  The "Life Itself" Film Indiegogo campaign: Update

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                  Last week, we told you about an Indiegogo campaign to raise completion funds for a documentary about Roger Ebert. Here's an exclusive advance look at a video message from director Steve James, updating us from his desk (it's neat just to check out...
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                    My Favorite Roger: Gerardo Valero

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                    "Patch Adams"Why did I choose this review?Here in Mexico we tend to be less politically correct than in the U.S. and truth be told, the only times Roger would ever edit any content from my submissions to his site would be if I wasn't careful enough...
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                      Homefront

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                      Sylvester Stallone can write entertaining formula action scripts like a demon, but he often hands them over to hack directors who don't know how to extract the pulp and the juice from them. On that score, "Homefront" is better than average. Gary...
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                        Frozen

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                        "Frozen," the latest Disney musical extravaganza, preaches the importance of embracing your true nature but seems to be at odds with itself. The animated, 3-D adventure wants to enliven and subvert the conventions of typical Disney princess movies...