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November 2017

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      The Bravery of Being Yourself: Daveed Diggs on “Wonder” and “The Mayor”

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      “When I was in preschool, we were supposed to do a performance for the parents, and I didn’t want to do it,” said Daveed Diggs during his acceptance speech upon winning the 2016 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical....
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        Video Interview: Joachim Trier on "Thelma"

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        Joachim Trier, who still holds his memories of Ebertfest and his placement on Roger's top ten lists near his heart, is a gift to obsessive cinephiles. The Danish director and his Norwegian co-writer Eskil Vogt have crafted some of the finest...
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          I Love You, Daddy

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          By the time you read this review, Louis C.K.'s semi-satirical showbiz comedy "I Love You, Daddy" will have been consigned to the same pop culture memory hole that contains Jerry Lewis' concentration camp drama "The Day the Clown Cried." The...
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            Daddy's Home 2

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            This movie is a tricky proposition for this reviewer, who also reviewed the first “Daddy’s Home” movie back in 2015. The good news is that I found the sequel better than the original—the writing sharper, the jokes fresher and...
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              Thelma

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              The opening scene of "Thelma," Norwegian writer-director Joachim Trier's latest film, is so quietly unnerving its effect spills over into the rest of the film, creating a hall of echoes. A father and his child walk across a frozen lake, tromping...
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                Ichi the Killer

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                The most exciting thing about Well Go USA’s re-release of “Ichi the Killer,” Japanese cult filmmaker Takashi Miike’s gory, dark gangster/horror-comedy, is that this perversely funny, and unsparingly disgusting genre-melting...
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                  The Price

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                  Those of us who don’t work in high finance tend to think of those who do work in high finance as automatically having it made. A careful look at the cold-callers in movies such as “Boiler Room” and “The Wolf of Wall...
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                    Mayhem

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                    Joe Lynch’s “Mayhem” feels like a timely film in a way it wouldn’t have a couple years ago. Whatever your political party may be, anger has been a palpable emotion in this country recently—it was anger that got Trump...
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                      A Bride for Rip Van Winkle

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                      Giving a negative review to elaborate mystery/melodrama "A Bride for Rip Van Winkle" doesn't feel good.   Watching the film, I found myself often admiring writer/director Shunji Iwai ("All About Lily Chou-Chou," "Vampire")...
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                        No Stone Unturned

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                        Ace documentary director Alex Gibney's "No Stone Unturned" is an investigation into the politically charged, unsolved 1994 Loughinisland massacre of June 18, 1994. Two gunmen clad in balaclavas and boiler suits walked into the Heights Bar, a small...