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'Inside Llewyn Davis' exploits cat to thicken plot
The time: 1961; the setting: smoky, folky bar in New York City. The player: Llewyn Davis, a folk singer with a penchant toward being irresponsible, arrogant and needy. Think of the recent title character of "Francis Ha," and you have…
'Saving Mr. Banks' balances the crisp and cute'
First, the confessions: I never read Mary Poppins. I giggled over those penguins when the movie first came out in 1964. I admit I was delighted at the thought that a nanny could save the day; in fact, I would…
It's great fun to jump into an 'American Hustle'
When a film begins in its opening seconds with these words on the screen, "Some of this actually happened," humorous playfulness is on the way. And "American Hustle" does not disappoint with its stellar cast, often playing against type, and…
'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' releases best dragon of 2013
The second films of three are often the weak links, but not "The Desolation of Smaug." Sure, exposition is chunked into the first 20 minutes just to fill in the plot and references to "The Lord of the Rings" are…
Arrogance leads to years of 'The Armstrong Lie'
Late in the shrewd, revealing documentary "The Armstrong Lie," writer/director Alex Gibney says, "We wanted to believe the beautiful lie. I wanted to believe it, instead of the ugly truth." Count me in that group as well as someone, naïvely…
'The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers' documents early Israeli history
Rarely does one living person participate in major international events over two and a half decades. But that's exactly what Yehuda Avner experienced as speechwriter and assistant to five Israeli Prime Ministers beginning in 1958. Director, co/producer and writer Richard…
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