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August 2014

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      Telluride 2014: Personal Politics in "Rosewater," "Tales of the Grim Sleeper"

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      The political is personal, and all pervasive, as revealed over and over as we move to the first full day of screenings at the 41st edition of this year's festival. The mode of political inquiry, moral, aesthetic and existential is recurrent in...
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        What It Mean "To Be Takei"

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        As a sometime theater critic, I try not to play for tickets and I rarely sit in the front row, but for George Takei's musical "Allegiance" I made an exception in 2012. That was not because I was a fan of "Star Trek: The Original Series" or...
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          The 41st Annual Telluride Film Festival Preview

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          Every major film festival cultivates a privileged aura. Sundance asserts the primacy of the American independent and heralds the wonder of the breakthrough discovery. Cannes celebrates the cultural prominence of film as a fabric of French...
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            As Above, So Below

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            I wish I could recommend "As Above, So Below" more strongly. It's that rare found-footage film with a strong premise,  a memorably eccentric style, and plenty of energy to burn. It's also poorly conceived, and hard to watch. Normally, that's...
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              The Last of Robin Hood

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              A title as good as "The Last of Robin Hood" deserves a better movie. In fact, it deserves a good movie. That's a shame. If you were fantasy-casting this story of the sad final days of Errol Flynn—who became an international star in 1938's...
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                The Congress

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                How to make Hollywood poetically tragic when most of the time it's just plain old depressing? The players are forgotten, abandoned, chewed up, spit out and they die everyday, and the show goes on. Geniuses and visionaries have to conform or...
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                  The Calling

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                  Colorful elements of “Fargo” and “Seven” blend into a bland beige in the mostly straight-to-video “The Calling,” a piece that almost miraculously finds a way to waste the prodigious talents of Susan...
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                    Life of Crime

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                    The late great Elmore Leonard, on whose novel “The Switch” this movie is based, gets an executive producer credit on the movie. It’s significant, perhaps, that said credit doesn’t appear until after the...
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                      The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears

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                      Characterizing Belgian co-directors/writers Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani's style is tricky since they've only made two features to date. Both "Amer" and "The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears" are visually overpowering homages to Italian...
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                        The Notebook

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                        Telling of 13-year-old twin boys (László Gyémánt and András Gyémánt) who endure the harsh punishments of World War II’s final stretch in rural Hungary, János Szász’s "The...