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Playing games trumps 'Video Games: The Movie'

When I saw the title of the film "Video Games: The Movie," I thought, "Well, finally a documentary abo...

'Calvary' powerfully and profoundly probes sin and virtue

In the opening seconds of writer/director John Michael McDonagh's thought-provoking and unexpectedly funny "...

‘The Hundred-Foot Journey’ begins with chef’s step

If you’ve been led to believe that “The Hundred-foot Journey” is all about whatever character Helen...

'Guardians of the Galaxy' offers galaxies of fun

Just when I thought Hollywood's mega-budget, special effects extravaganzas couldn't get any more elaborate or...

'Rich Hill' is rich in complex profiles

Without sentimental indulgence, directors Andrew Droz Palermo and Tracy Droz Tragos profile three teenage boys in the...

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Spielberg and Day-Lewis paint a wise and witty portrait of Lincoln
This is a complex biopic, not easily accessible without your doing some homework. It helps if you've visited the Lincoln Museum in Springfield, Ill. It helps, too, if you've studied the democratic process and know the ambiance of the rough…
Environmental issues drive drama in ‘Promised Land’
“Promised Land” dramatizes the underhanded tactics of a fictional corporation determined to gain rights to drill for natural gas on farmers’ land. There’s a lot at stake for this rural community, and though the film wears its environmental heart on…
‘Not Fade Away’ does, lacking development and energy
The title “Not Fade Away” for director David Chase’s affectionate reminiscence of 1960s music notes that bands and individuals come and go but great music will “Not Fade Away.” It thereby references Buddy Holly and The Rolling Stones, a perfect…
'The Impossible' vividly captures the fight for survival
Remember news coverage of the December 26th, 2004 tsunami that struck Southeast Asia and the inconceivable devastation it wrought. Spanish director Juan Antonia Bayona’s “The Impossible” takes the experiences of one British family as a way to represent that tragedy…
'Holy Motors' takes viewers on a wild and weird ride
You're never seen another movie like "Holy Motors," and you're never going to again. The very concept is intriguing.
'Smashed' pours out the honest and bitter elixir of life
There is in the catalog of films a category of serious films about drunks. That leaves out "Hangover" and its sons, but it includes Michael Keaton's brilliant "Clean and Sober," Ray Milland's and Patricia Neal's "The Subject Was Roses," and…
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