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    Locarno Review: Joao Pedro Rodrigues and Joao Rui Geurrea da Mata Probe Post-Colonial History With 'The Last Time I Saw Macao'

    A provocative cinematic poem in the tradition of the late Chris Marker, "The Last Time I Saw Macao" valiantly attempts to dissect an entire metropolitan history. Perhaps because it aims so big, not every fragment connects, but Portuguese co-directors Joao Pedro Rodrigues and Joao Rui Guerr...

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    Best of the Week: 'The Master' Arrives in Santa Monica, 'Bourne' Debuts, Plus Festivals, Interviews & More

    This week on TOH, we eagerly anticipate the Toronto and Venice film fests, we review both "The Bourne Legacy" and the surprise screening of PTA's "The Master," we round up the best films of the year so far and more!

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    Locarno Review: An Awkward Loner Made Mesmerizing in the Canadian Feature 'Tower'

    Locarno Review: An Awkward Loner Made Mesmerizing in the Canadian Feature 'Tower'

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    Critic's Notebook: Why 'Bourne Legacy' Isn't As Mature As It Thinks -- And What You Should See Instead

    There's a big difference between complex and confusing, but "The Bourne Legacy" confuses the latter for the former.

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    The Bourne Legacy—movie review

    It takes chutzpah to make a film called 'The Bourne Legacy' without Matt Damon or, for that matter, a character named Bourne. That the movie turned out as well as it has is a tribute to co-writer and director Tony Gilroy (who worked on all three previous films in the series) and Jeremy Renner, who i...

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    The Campaign—movie review

    'The Campaign' has a lot of genuine laughs. Too bad it doesn’t have enough to carry it over the finish line, a mere 85 minutes after it begins. The biggest mystery to me is how experienced comedy hands, on both sides of the camera, can allow their movie to end with a punchline joke that doesn’t get ...

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    Review: Spike Lee Reconnects With His Artistic Voice With The Emotionally Devastating 'Red Hook Summer'

    It’s hard to say how long it’s been since Spike Lee was as ambitious, and as focused, as he is on “Red Hook Summer.” Telling a story that evokes “Crooklyn” in its depiction of children coming of age, filtered through two subsequent decades of his professional succ...

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    Slow Jam, Experiencing Media as Love Letter in Jamaica or What I thought of the 'OnePeople' Documentary

    Slow Jam, Experiencing Media as Love Letter in Jamaica or What I thought of the 'OnePeople' Documentary

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    Review - 'Red Hook Summer' (An Attempt To Make Sense Of Spike Lee's Trip To Wonderland)

    Well, after first seeing the film at the Sundance Film Festival in January, I wrote a lengthy piece sharing my many reactions to what I saw then; skip ahead almost 8 months later, when I saw the revised cut of the film at a press screening about 2 weeks ago, and, despite it being 15 minutes shorter,...

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    Out This Week: 6 Capsule Reviews of New Indie Releases

    Reviews from various Indiewire contributors highlight the various independent releases opening this week in both select cities and around the country.

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