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‘Wish I Was Here’ curses at death, laughs at life

Yes, the verb’s in the wrong mood in the title: It’s indicative where it should be subjunctive: Wish I We...

‘The Nance’ funny and painful, historical and modern

“The Nance,” a stage play written by Douglas Carter Beane, presents a gay old time in the homosexual hist...

'Evergreen: The Road to Legalization' comprehensively surveys the issue

"Evergreen: The Road to Legalization" fulfills the promise of its title. In an information-packed 86 minute...

‘Third Person’ is unrewardingly complicated

The complications of this film start with the title. “Third Person” refers, of course, to pronoun usage: ...

‘Obvious Child’ plays it honest — and funny

Not since 1972 has abortion been treated with so much compassion, humor, honesty and reality. November 1972 was when ...

Yes, it's derivative, and, yes, it's violent with bullets going through foreheads, bang in the bangs. Yes, it's vulgar with the F bomb dropping like acid rain. But "The Heat" is also delightful. Just watching Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock bash each other, verbally and physically, is worth a lot.

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Mainstream films avoid politically charged topics, reluctant to alienate any potential audience. By refreshing contrast, "The East" makes no bones about its eco-terrorism agenda from the opening seconds to the closing credits. Though it doesn't explicitly attack real corporations' environmental destruction, it does attack the immorality and hypocrisy of the fictionalized self-indulgent wealthy who kill and maim.

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The title of “Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s” reveals one shopper’s longing for eternity, but the first talking head, Joan Rivers, in a brief moment of honesty, speaks for many when she says, “People who take fashion seriously are idiots.” “Scatter My Ashes” is one of those documentaries that must be criticized as a film, not a culture.

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Need a break from sequels about hangovers and fast cars? Need a movie that is so well written that you’ll want to see it twice to catch all the good lines? Then “The Kings of Summer” is the indy movie for you, a film that sneaks into the summer roster this year the way “Moonrise Kingdom” did last year.

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The Classic French Film Festival concludes its annual celebration from Thursday, June 27th through Sunday, June 30th at Webster University. The five different programs present a diversity of styles and topics in five feature films and one short subject. Director Francois Truffaut is represented with two films; Pierre Étaix, Max Ophuls and Jean-Pierre Melville with one each.

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The Sixth Annual QFest runs June 6th through 9th at Webster University. Its mission, as defined by Cinema St. Louis, is "to use the art of contemporary gay cinema to illustrate the diversity of the LGBTQ community and to explore the complexities of living an alternative lifestyle." The 10 features and nine shorts certainly meet that goal.

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The French Film Festival continues its second week, Thursday, June 20th through Sunday, June 23rd at Webster University. The four different programs include feature films and one short subject. Directors Jean-Luc Godard and Jacques Rivette are well known, Raymond Bernard less so, and Pierre Étaix a new discovery thanks to a restoration of his films believed lost forever.

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The Fifth Annual Classic French Film Festival begins Thursday, June 13th and runs through Sunday, June 30th at Webster University. Thirteen different programs include feature-length films from the 1920s to the 1970s, with four restored masterpieces and seven new 35-millimeter prints. Different film scholars and critics will introduce each program and lead discussions after the screenings.

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