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September 2014

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      "Life Itself" Debuts in London: Dogwoof Weekender

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      LONDON was one of Roger’s favorite cities and he would have been thrilled to know that the Steve James directed documentary about him, "Life Itself," will be debuting there this week as the opening film of the Dogwoof Weekender. Dogwoof is a...
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        "At the Movies" Ends Its Long Australian Run

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        The silver screen will shine a little less brightly in Australia after the announcement this week of the end of the long running network television movie review show, “At the Movies”. Like Siskel and Ebert, the two beloved sparring...
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          Thumbnails 9/19/14

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          1."Mahogany and Me": At Medium.com, RogerEbert.com contributor Michael A. Gonzales recalls being a teen in Baltimore and his friend who aspired to be the next Diana Ross.“Years later I realized that ‘Mahogany’ was more camp...
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            The Zero Theorem

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            Terry Gilliam, the onetime Monty Python animator turned influential filmmaker, is incapable of putting a dull image onscreen. "The Zero Theorem," his first science fiction movie since 1996's "Twelve Monkeys," is a visual dazzler on the level we'd...
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              Tusk

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              Kevin Smith's style of comedy is too unfocused to pull off a cinematic prank like "Tusk," a horror-comedy about a walrus-monster. Had Smith been more disciplined, the film's deliberately absurd plot twists might have been more alienating, and funny....
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                A Walk Among the Tombstones

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                Fans of the hardboiled detective, rejoice. Screenwriter-director Scott Frank and actor Liam Neeson, adapting the splendid work of crime novelist Lawrence Block, have brought a great one to the screen in high, bracing style. “A Walk Among The...
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                  This Is Where I Leave You

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                  There is but one member of the dysfunctional clan at the center of the ultimately disappointing “This Is Where I Leave You” who comes anywhere close to being content in life. That would be the potty-training tyke who likes to tote...
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                    A Life in Dirty Movies

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                    “A Life In Dirty Movies” hooks you with its title, then surprises by supplementing its salacious material with a charming look at the couple who made those dirty movies. Wictor Ericsson’s documentary is sweeter and more innocent...
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                      Space Station 76

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                      Calling "Space Station 76" a spoof of 1970s science fiction doesn't do the trick. It's quiet, slow movie that's often funny, sometimes sad, and occasionally uncomfortable. There are belly laughs, many of them concentrated in the office of a robot...
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                        Hector and the Search for Happiness

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                        Peter Chelsom's "Hector and the Search for Happiness" (based on the book by François Lelord, a psychiatrist in real-life, just like the eponymous Hector) treats happiness as an easily-digestible cross-stitched homily, the kind hung as...