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October 2014

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      The Audience Man: “Steven Spielberg Director’s Collection”

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      “I always like to think of the audience when I am directing, because I am the audience.”--Steven Spielberg Perhaps this quote, which adorns the collectible booklet in the recently-released “Steven Spielberg Director’s...
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        Horns

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        Daniel Radcliffe made his name battling evil in the “Harry Potter” movies. In “Horns,” Radcliffe’s latest effort to distance himself from the iconic boy wizard, he turns into the Devil himself–albeit an angsty,...
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          Nightcrawler

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          Dan Gilroy's thriller "Nightcrawler" is about about an amateur cameraman who parlays his eye and his nerve into a successful small business, deceiving, manipulating and exploiting everyone who stands in his way. Shot by Paul Thomas Anderson's...
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            Before I Go to Sleep

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            Christine Lucas (Nicole Kidman) wakes up every day thinking that she’s 15 years younger than her actual age. She doesn’t recognize the man lying next to her. The 40-year-old in the mirror doesn’t look right. She’s not even...
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              ABCs of Death 2

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              In a note at the beginning of this picture, the premise, which is pretty much identical to the first “ABCs of Death” premise, is laid out: 26 filmmakers were assigned a word beginning with a particular letter and told, more or less, to...
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                Point and Shoot

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                In the new war documentary "Point and Shoot," filmmaker Marshall Curry provokes viewers with a loaded question: did Matt Van Dyke do the right thing? Van Dyke is an American civilian who set out to document his backpacking adventures across...
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                  Thumbnails 10/31/14

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                  1."A few great pumpkins": The team at Reverse Shot recommend a week's worth of Halloween programming including such chilling titles as Georges Franju's "Eyes Without a Face."“There is obvious tension created here: what’s behind...
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                    Three Chicago Docs Eligible for Oscar Shortlist

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                    Three of the year's most acclaimed documentaries are the work of Chicago filmmakers, and they all have a shot at making the Academy Award shortlist. "Life Itself," Steve James's film about the life and work of iconic film critic Roger Ebert, joins...
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                      1."David Lowery ('Ain't Them Bodies Saints') Talks Ruben Östlund's 'Force Majeure'": A superb analysis from a superb filmmaker at The Talkhouse.“Ruben Östlund’s ‘Force Majeure’ opens with a family posing for an...
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                        Christopher Nolan Comments Section Bingo

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                        With the release of "Interstellar" next week, we continue a ritual that has stretched back to 2008's "The Dark Knight," maybe earlier: critics review a new movie by Christopher Nolan, and fans preemptively laud the critic for being wise and fair, or...