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March 2014

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      Book Excerpt: It Doesn't Suck: Showgirls

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      Editor's Note: When "Showgirls" first came out in 1995, it was dismissed as trash and mocked as high-budget Hollywood softcore. Roger wrote "The screenplay is the fevered product of a very limited imagination, brought to a high gloss in a slick,...
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        1."How the light gets out": Neuroscientist, novelist and composer Michael Graziano writes about a new theory that may potentially allow us to understand consciousness. A fascinating read at Aeon Magazine. "Many thinkers have approached...
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          Noah

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          "Noah" is a bizarre movie. It's a modern blockbuster, chock full of the visual and aural and narrative tics we expect from modern blockbusters: flash-cut nightmares and hallucinations, prophecies and old wise men, predictions of apocalypse and...
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            1."Entertainment Weekly wants you to write for free": The once reputable EW has decided to go the Huffington Post route, paying young writers in nonexistent prestige. Scott Menslow at The Week explains why NO ONE should contribute to this...
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              "Change Can Come From Us": Diego Luna, Michael Pena and America Ferrara discuss...

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              For his first directorial effort in English, Diego Luna tackled the life of the famous activist Cesar Chavez. We sat down with Michael Pena, who plays Cesar Chavez; America Ferrera, who plays his wife Helen Chavez; and Luna to talk about their...
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                Sabotage

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                Having written and/or directed the likes of "Training Day," "Harsh Times" and "End of Watch," David Ayer has staked his claim as being one of Hollywood's go-to guys for wildly implausible and inexplicably celebrated sagas involving cops who are...
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                  Cesar Chavez

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                  Farm worker organizer and union activist Cesar Chavez today is a man with many streets named after him but little purchase on the public memory, outside, perhaps, of the Latino community. So it's understandable that filmmakers would want to...
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                    The Raid 2

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                    In the 1973 movie "Sleeper," the hapless, frazzled character played by Woody Allen makes a hyperbolic but ineffectual threat to a screaming Diane Keaton: "If you don't shut up I'm gonna take this rock and bring it down on your head so hard that a...
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                      Hide Your Smiling Faces

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                      Daniel Patrick Carbone's stellar debut "Hide Your Smiling Faces" has drawn deserved comparisons to David Gordon Green's "George Washington" and Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" in its capturing of the formative moments in which boys transition...
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                        Mistaken for Strangers

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                        As accounts of brotherly rivalries go, "Mistaken for Strangers" isn't exactly Cain and Abel. For one thing, its ending is far less tragic. Which, in this case, is no small achievement considering the previous titles by this documentary's novice...