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June 2019

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      The Other Side of Heaven 2: Fire of Faith

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      Eighteen years after the release of “The Other Side of Heaven,” writer/director Mitch Davis has made “The Other Side of Heaven 2: Fire of Faith” (which makes this the other other side of heaven?). Purely from a...
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        New York Asian Film Festival 2019 Preview

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        The New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) is never the same thing twice. It’s a little different every year, and in this rare setting, “different” is a very good thing: I can’t think of any other film festival that has earned...
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          Showtime's The Loudest Voice is a Fascinating, Frustrating Take on Roger Ailes and Fox News

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          “The Loudest Voice” does for the rise of Fox News what Adam McKay’s “Vice” did for Dick Cheney—it treats the saga as an American horror story, one that that will shock and disturb some viewers but also vindicate...
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            Maiden

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            “What it takes to sail around the world is, first of all, you have to be a bit crazy,” a voice tells us at the beginning of Alex Holmes’ moving documentary, “Maiden.” “You have to be different than the normal...
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              Euphoria

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              The talents of Alicia Vikander and Eva Green are stranded by the monotonous “Euphoria,” a movie that doesn't have the gut-punch of rich character work so much as the hollow spectacle of seeing actors be great at looking sad....
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                Ophelia

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                Ophelia is a tragic figure in a tragic play. First loved, then spurned by Hamlet, she goes mad and drowns in the river, though we do not know whether by accident or intention. In the play, Hamlet’s mother Gertrude describes Ophelia’s...
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                  The Plagiarists

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                  Peter Parlow’s “The Plagiarists” is a strange cat indeed. There’s enough provocative material here to warrant a recommendation, yet none of it quite works in the way it was intended. The film is an intellectual exercise...
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                    Killers Anonymous

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                    I'm honestly not sure what sort of vibe the makers of "Killers Anonymous" were going for with their high-concept locked room thriller about a group therapy session for snarky high-paid assassins. The movie's fussy camera blocking, self-conscious...
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                      Three Peaks

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                      A short story's worth of material stretched out to feature length, but heartfelt and thoughtful enough that it holds one's attention regardless, "Three Peaks" is about a makeshift family (consisting of a divorced mother, her young son, and her...
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                        The Other Story

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                        Everyone is in a hurry in “The Other Story,” an Israeli film from director/co-writer Avi Nesher. The characters have a lot to say to each other but no one wants to listen. They keep cutting each other off, claiming to be running late or...