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February 2014

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      Roger's Last Oscars

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      Roger loved the Academy Awards. He never sat inside the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion or the Kodak Theater to watch the show. Instead, he preferred to cover it as a journalist, standing outside on the red carpet to interview people as they entered...
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        Thumbnails 2/28/14

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        1."5 Casting Directors Who Deserve Oscar Nominations": For some inexplicable reason, the Academy Awards have yet to create a category for Casting Directors. Katey Rich at Vanity Fair does it for us. "Though documentaries like Casting...
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          Non-Stop

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          If "Non-Stop" proves anything, besides confirming that 61-year-old Liam Neeson is not going to be knocked off his perch as the elder statesman of B-movie tough guys any time soon, it’s that snakes on a plane have nothing on texts on a plane...
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            Odd Thomas

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            After reading Dean Koontz's "Odd Thomas" on a Vegas vacation, I thought to myself that it would someday make a fun film, perhaps even a franchise (as it has been in book form). Stephen Sommers has proven me wrong. "I may see dead people but then, by...
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              Stalingrad

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              I've always thought that the best—that is, the most uncannily engrossing and upsetting—war movies have been those made by the Russians. Elem Klimov's 1985 "Come And See," Andrei Tarkovsky's 1962 "Ivan's Childhood," Alexei German's 1971...
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                Son of God

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                Last year, the History Channel aired a mini-series called "The Bible", executive produced by husband and wife Mark Burnett and Roma Downey (who also played Mary, Jesus' mother). The mini-series was nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys and received high...
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                  The Bag Man

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                  There's darkness that is moody and effective. And then there is incompetent darkness where you can barely see what is going on. "The Bag Man", helmed by first-time director David Grovic, features darkness of the latter kind. Watching "The Bag Man",...
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                    HairBrained

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                    "HairBrained" is painfully contrived and self-consciously quirky from the word go. It has the audacity to borrow liberally from far superior comedies—"Rushmore," specifically—without contributing much in the way of originality or...
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                      HairBrained

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                      "HairBrained" is painfully contrived and self-consciously quirky from the word go. It has the audacity to borrow liberally from far superior comedies—"Rushmore," specifically—without contributing much in the way of originality or...
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                        On "Tess", Now Out in a Beautful Blu-ray Edition from Criterion

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                        Being of Polish extraction and possessing a worldview that could be rightfully described as sometimes leaning towards the dark and cynical, I have always felt a natural affinity towards the films of Roman Polanski. And if I were forced to...