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'The Audience': The best movie of the summer is a play
You don't have to be an Anglophile or even a history buff to appreciate "The Audience." You don't have to know the politics of England since 1952 or be able to name the dozen prime ministers who served at the…
'Blackfish' paints a moving, bleak picture
For anyone who loves animals or has any empathy, director Gabriela Cowperthwaite's documentary "Blackfish" is as heartbreaking as it is challenging to our definition of humane and intelligent treatment of animals in captivity, especially those that perform for audience's pleasure…
Barbara Sukowa as Hannah Arendt
Describing herself as a political theorist because of her interest in the communal, not the individual, Hannah Arendt is well known for her observations on "the banality of evil." German director Margarethe von Trotta's film "Hannah Arendt" fully interrogates that…
'Still Mine' stays in the mind and heart
Based on a true story it faithfully follows, Canadian wrier/director Michael McGowan's "Still Mine" proves that a restrained love story of an elderly couple in conflict with bureaucracy can triumph. Eighty-seven-year-old Craig Morrison must face the fact that Irene, his…
'Crystal Fairy' is a slice of life best left shelved
It matters little that Sebastian Silvio, the writer/director of "Crystal Fairy," also wrote and directed "The Maid," a little masterpiece. It matters only that he thought a moment in his own life would make a dandy little film, and, further,…
'I'm So Excited' delivers less than its title promises
In several of his films, Spanish writer/director Pedro Almodóvar indulges a riotous zaniness, including "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown," "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!" and "Volver." His newest "I'm So Excited" only periodically achieves the heights…
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