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August 2018

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      Venice Film Festival 2018: A Star is Born, The Other Side of the Wind

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      As the end credits of Bradley Cooper’s “A Star is Born” were unspooling at this morning’s screening at the Venice Film Festival, a German gentleman who was sitting with some friends near me stood up, and said in a rathe loud...
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        Let the Corpses Tan

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        "Let the Corpses Tan" is, like the two previous features written and directed by Belgian filmmakers Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani, an arty tribute to violent, sensuous, over-the-top Euro-trash pulp fiction. And...
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          The Little Stranger

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          With his profound, Oscar-winning 2015 drama “Room,” Lenny Abrahamson illustrated the horrors of domestic claustrophobia through an unflashy yet unwavering handle on restrictive spaces. With “The Little Stranger,” his...
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            Destination Wedding

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            A lot of people are not going to like “Destination Wedding,” because the characters never shut up and complain all the time. But I thought it was a hoot. Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves, in their fourth film together, are clearly having a...
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              Reprisal

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              “Reprisal” is a blandly gritty piece of late-August mayhem that’s as forgettable as its generic title. Frank Grillo gets top billing in the opening credits over co-star Bruce Willis (who’s barely in the film, to be fair, and...
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                An Actor Prepares

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                Comedy is a mystifying art because there is no particular formula that guarantees its success. Ideas that worked brilliantly before can fail spectacularly when attempted again. If the chemistry is off or the writing is subpar, it doesn’t...
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                  Boarding School

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                  Boaz Yakin's coming-of-age horror movie “Boarding School” stars Luke Prael, who viewers of “Eighth Grade” might recognize as Aiden, the simple object of young Elsie’s affection. Here, he plays Jacob, a...
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                    Pick of the Litter

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                    Dogs are amazing. And when the subject of your documentary is a litter of five adorable puppies, you don’t really have to try that hard for an aww-inducing outcome. Yet with their fourth joint project “Pick of the Litter,”...
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                      Big Brother

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                      I confess: the cornball Hong Kong schoolroom melodrama "Big Brother" is everything I wanted it to be. Granted, I watched this film with carefully modulated expectations. After all, this is a corny, civic-minded "Stand and...
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                        Venice Film Festival 2018: The Mountain, Roma

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                        That Feeling When … you arrange your travel to get you to the 75th Anniversary edition of the fabled Venice Film Festival in time for opening night, but you miss the gala first film anyway. That title was Damien Chazelle’s...