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June 2018

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      A Very English Scandal is One of the Best Things You’ll Watch This Year

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      Oscar-nominated director Stephen Frears (“Dangerous Liaisons,” “The Queen”) does his best work in over a decade, but it’s not for a film opening in theaters today. It’s in his directorial work on the three-part,...
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        Leave No Trace

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        Debra Granik's 2010 "Winter's Bone" was a bleak, powerful film, introducing Jennifer Lawrence to a wide audience in her self-assured performance as a 17-year-old girl trying to keep her family together in the economically devastated Ozarks. Granik's...
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          Sicario: Day of the Soldado

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          At its best, “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” reminds one of the work of Michael Mann, stories of macho men so released of restrictions on their behavior that they blur the line between good and evil. At its worst, “Sicario: Day of...
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            Custody

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            Watching “Custody” I was reminded of one of Roger’s tenets: "It’s not what a movie is about, it’s how it is about it.” Writer/director Xavier Legrand’s feature length debut is about a bitter custody battle,...
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              Three Identical Strangers

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              I have a vague personal recollection of this story when it first hit the New York, and then the national media, in the early 1980s. I was living in New Jersey, not far from where it was unfolding, and was just a couple of years older than its...
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                Uncle Drew

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                There’s a special goof to seeing professional athletes act, like unmistakable cameos without any stress over quality line-reading. Five-time NBA all-star Kyrie Irving tapped into this fun when he constructed the slam-dunking septuagenarian...
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                  Ideal Home

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                  The makers of the well-meaning queer-themed dramatic-comedy "Ideal Home" are smart enough to treat their middle-aged gay characters—desperate-to-please celebrity chef Erasmus (Steve Coogan) and his crabby...
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                    Woman Walks Ahead

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                    There is so much negativity, cruelty and ugliness in our world right now, it is hard to outright dismiss a well-intentioned stumble like “Woman Walks Ahead.” This truth-based odd-couple Western, about a late-19th century meeting of...
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                      The Cakemaker

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                      Thinking back on “The Cakemaker,” a terrifically impressive feature debut by Israeli writer/director Ofir Raul Graizer, I began pondering the difference between films that actually derive from novels and those which seem like they do but...
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                        Dark River

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                        “Dark River” is the kind of movie that mistakes rumbling storm clouds and restless sheep for plot development. In fact, there’s almost no plot to speak of, and the film becomes a prime example of why writers need to write story...