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'42' honors the great Jackie Robinson
Jack Roosevelt Robinson, his landmark contribution to baseball and his legacy, is legend to every sports fan and civil rights historian. But there's something about a well-made film, even a very conventional one, that makes a profound impact, even if…
'Trance' casts a spell
Gleefully convoluted, director Danny Boyle's "Trance" invites second-guessing from its opening scenes to its last. Simon, who works at the high-end London auction house, directly addresses the camera, explaining security strategy. Seconds later, the heist of the multimillion-dollar Goya "Witches…
‘The Place Beyond the Pines’ hides behind tragedy
As often happens, the title of this film sounds a lot like the title of another recent release, “Beyond the Hills,” but where “Beyond the Hills” is set in Romania, “The Place Beyond the Pines” is set in Schenectady, N.Y.…
'Pavilion' poetically meditates on a lazy summer
More a poetic meditation than a conventional narrative, writer/director Tim Sutton's "Pavilion" follows 15-year-old Max and his some time friends through a languorous summer. Nothing much happens beyond Max leaving his mother in Cazenovia, New York, to spend time with…
'The Silence' speaks loudly of guilt and pain
Identifying the German film "The Silence" as a police procedural doesn't do justice to the psychological and emotional intensity that accompanies the repulsive murder of an 11-year-old girl named Pia. Though partially obscured from view, that event proves difficult to…
‘The Sapphires’ sparkles with soul down under
While a delightful dive into soul music, “The Sapphires” has its political side. That just makes this Australian film all the better, for it is not only entertaining, it is also informative. “The Sapphires” teaches an all too recent lesson…
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