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January 2014

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      Labor Day

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      A lack of tonal self-awareness pervades "Labor Day," like the scent of a freshly baked peach pie wafting through the thick summer air. Ah, yes. About that pie: it's the main thing viewers have talked about since "Labor Day" premiered at the...
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        That Awkward Moment

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        With man-child overkill at a crisis point in films and TV shows, any mainstream bro-com focusing on three attractive guys who aren't leftovers from "The Hangover" or second-stringers from the Apatow buffoon brigade is a relief. There might still be...
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          Tim's Vermeer

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          We've all heard of reverse engineering, but reverse engineering all the way to the 17th Century, that's something else. There's also the question of why one would want to do such a thing, given the state of indoor plumbing during that time. But a...
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            At Middleton

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            It is somewhat refreshing that "At Middleton", a middling romantic comedy set during a tour of a scenic college campus, focuses on a couple of adults at a crossroads in their lives rather than a pair of entitled adolescents pondering which...
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              12 O’Clock Boys

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              A thin, problematic and amateurishly-made documentary, "12 O'Clock Boys" plays like two films awkwardly grafted together. One documents the criminally boisterous antics of the eponymous Boys, hundreds of young African-American men (most appear to be...
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                Best Night Ever

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                There are two scenes in Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer's "Best Night Ever" that work: they are screwball and goofy which, unfortunately, only serve to highlight the fun film it could have been. In one, the four heroines crouch in a dumpster,...
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                  Brightest Star

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                  "Just like the stars, the brightest ones are the most fleeting and collapse into the deepest, darkest black holes," says the unnamed hero of "Brightest Star" at the movie's onset. The faux-profundity of the observation is a trifle undercut by the...
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                    Labor of Love: Author Joyce Maynard discusses the film adaptation of her novel "Labor Day"

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                    Joyce Maynard is a prolific author, with eight novels, four books of non-fiction and hundreds of articles to her name, but it is for her memoir "At Home in the World," recounting her relationship with J. D. Salinger when she was only a teenager, for...
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                      Alex Ross Perry: Cynicism & Cinema

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                      There's a good chance that you've yet to hear about Alex Ross Perry. After two small successes with "Impolex" and "The Color Wheel", the Brooklyn-based filmmaker has gone mostly unnoticed by the masses. However, Perry has brought his strongest...
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                        Netflix’s “Mitt” Leads Wave of Sundance Films From Park City to Your Home

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                        The path from film festival to paying audiences used to be relatively straightforward. Festival goers, many of them industry movers and shakers with blank checks to sign for their favorite flicks, would see a piece of work, a studio would snatch it...