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May 2018

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      Adrift

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      In September, 1983, Tami Oldham Ashcraft and her fiance, Richard Sharp, were hired to take a 44-foot yacht on a 4,000-mile journey from Tahiti to San Diego. About halfway through their cross-Pacific journey, they ran into Hurricane Raymond, a...
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        FX's Historic Series Pose is Glamorous, Reverent

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        There’s a scene near the end of the first episode of “Pose” when a young man auditions for an elite dance school. As it begins, it’s “Flashdance”—a row of stuffy dance experts, tucked behind featureless...
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          HBO’s Succession Audits Dysfunctional Family

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          At first, I have to admit to being put off by the characters of HBO’s "Succession," a new series about a wealthy white family of power players torn apart by drama and disappointment. But it’s the kind of show that grows on...
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            Lateral Momentum: Leigh Whannell on Upgrade

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            A tight-fisted sci-fi film conceded with technology's invasion into our well-being, "Upgrade" is about a man who receives a secret experimental computer chip after he is paralyzed in the same incident that killed his wife. A chip known as STEM...
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              Brilliant, Ambitious “Detroit: Become Human” Challenges Way We Play Games

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              Video games, by their very nature, are rarely about consequences. The vast majority of them are built around an escalating concept of trial and nature. As the game-inspired “Edge of Tomorrow” made clear in its alternate title:...
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                #329 May 29, 2018

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                Matt writes: The biggest movie event of the month, and arguably the year, recently came to a close, as the 2018 Cannes Film Festival announced the winners of its top prizes. Chaz Ebert was there to report on all of the filmmakers honored this year,...
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                  NBC’s “Reverie” Offers Escape From Quality Programming

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                  The pilot of NBC’s “Reverie,” an attempt at Summer escapism now that the weather is warmer and most of the network shows have gone on hiatus, is such a hodge-podge of clear influences from other science-fiction projects that...
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                    Thumbnails Special Edition: Cannes 2018

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                    In addition to our full table of contents, we are highlighting some of our coverage from the 2018 Cannes Film Festival in this special edition of Thumbnails. Included below are daily dispatches by Barbara Scharres and Ben Kenigsberg as well as video...
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                      Cannes 2018 Video #7: Critics Rountable

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                      Here is Chaz Ebert's seventh video dispatch from the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, featuring a rountable discussion between Ben Kenigsberg, Jason Gorber and Lisa Nesselson... Cannes 2018 with Chaz Ebert, Critic Roundtable from The Mint on Vimeo.
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                        Future World

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                        James Franco’s filmography as a director fascinates me. He uses his weight as a power player to get projects to the big screen that clearly interest him, often giving off the impression that he read a book he liked and just called up some...