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April 2018

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      Tribeca Film Festival 2018: “The Dark,” “Untogether,” “Amateurs”

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      To get away with leaving a story’s central mystery completely unexplained, a film has to provide something else for an audience to latch onto. Take “Mulholland Drive,” for instance. It’s never quite clear what’s real...
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        One Step at a Time: Betsy West and Julie Cohen on “RBG”

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        Betsy West and Julie Cohen’s new documentary, “RBG,” is a bonafide crowd pleaser honoring the trailblazing legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Regardless of one’s political affiliation, it is impossible not...
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          Tribeca Film Festival 2018: “Diane”

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          Kent Jones’ “Diane” was the big winner at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, taking home the award for Best Narrative Feature along with prizes for Best Screenplay (also by Jones) and Best Cinematography. It’s easy to...
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            Ebertfest 2018: A Photo Journal

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            Our 20th anniversary of Ebertfest Film Festival has come to a close, and it has brought me so many memories to cherish. Roger would have loved it. I've decided to highlight them in the following photo journal. (Please excuse my presence in the...
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              The Week Of

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              The Adam Sandler Netflix deal reaches a natural rest stop with the family wedding comedy “The Week Of,” now available on the streaming service. Whether you consider it a charming positive or a lazy negative, Sandler has often made...
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                The Savage Truth within 'The Handmaid's Tale'

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                The end of the first season of “The Handmaid’s Tale” features a moment of hard-won, bitterly-fought triumph: Our heroine, June, endures a mock hanging, witnesses the torture and burning of her fellow handmaids, and, in a few...
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                  Disobedience

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                  "Disobedience," Sebastián Lelio’s follow-up to his 2017 Oscar-winning film "A Fantastic Woman," and his first English-language film, starts with a Rabbi giving a sermon about free will. He speaks of angels, beasts, and Adam and Eve. He...
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                    Let the Sunshine In

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                    The movie begins with a startling, intimate sex scene. A hefty middle-aged man is making love with an attractive middle-aged woman. He is avidly concerned with bringing her to orgasm, each one worries that the other is worried that the other is...
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                      Ava

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                      The term universal is used rather generously these days to define the overall strides of a cinematic story. But certain moments in writer/director Sadaf Foroughi’s “Ava,” a contemporary, gradually darkening coming-of-age tale of an...
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                        The House of Tomorrow

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                        Coming-of-age bromances don’t come much more endearing than “The House of Tomorrow,” a comedy with dramatic underpinnings that enthusiastically serves nostalgia two ways—one philosophically uplifting, the other musically...