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October 2017

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      Interview with the Cast of "A Bad Moms Christmas"

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      In a year at the movies that has included box office successes for the likes of “Girls Trip" and “Wonder Woman,” the suburban moms of “Bad Moms” add to that female-led power with their new comedy,...
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        “The Thing” That Wouldn’t Die: On the Legacy of John Carpenter’s Classic Film

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        In the span of only a few days, I received Mondo’s first board game, a clever riff on John Carpenter’s “The Thing” called Infection at Outpost 31, saw a Facebook ad for a screening of the 35-year-old film hosted by the...
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          #314 October 31, 2017

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          Matt writes: With so many potential Oscar contenders vying for one's attention this season, I'd like to take a moment and recommend one that I absolutely loved. It is "Novitiate," a brilliantly acted and provocative drama written and directed by...
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            Thor: Ragnarok

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            I wouldn’t have picked Chris Hemsworth as Marvel's breakout comedy star when he was first cast as Thor, God of Thunder, but he turned out to be one of the best things about this never-ending mega-franchise. He’s tall, brawny and...
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              “South Park” Gets a Very Fun, Timely Video Game

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              Trey Parker and Matt Stone have never played by the traditional rules of animated or live-action television comedy but their particular brand of un-PC writing feels even more unique in 2017. And they know that. With their show still going strong and...
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                The Horror of Nuclear War: On “The War Game”

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                “The War Game” is one of the most terrifying films I have ever seen. Although it was made more than 50 years ago, its sobering presentation of nuclear war remains utterly gut-wrenching with many unforgettable moments of terror and...
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                  Jigsaw

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                  I confess, I find the gory "Saw" movies' ridiculously severe approach to dramaturgy to be endearingly preposterous. Imagine a dimwitted Agatha Christie-style whodunit where a killer has trapped a room-full of...
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                    Novitiate

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                    “I’m in LOVE, Mom!” a teenager cries out to her mother with a heady mix of girlish giddiness and adolescent angst. But the object of her affection isn’t a boy, or even another girl. It’s God, and her ardor is powerful...
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                      All I See Is You

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                      This is a movie so particular in its godawfulness that it makes an exhausted reviewer want to come up with the film equivalent of Tolstoy’s observation of happy families versus unhappy families. But of course, all films, good or bad, are good...
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                        Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold

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                        A fond and appreciative portrait of one of American journalism’s superstars, “Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold” may not contain any revelations that will surprise those who’ve followed Didion’s eloquent, often...