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    Review: Dutch Crime Thriller 'Black Out' For People Who Liked 'The Hangover III' But Wish It Had More Ultraviolence

    Are we destined to keep making copies of copies of copies? And is this always going to make us all feel old? The knee-jerk temptation is to react to Arne Toonen’s “Black Out” in much the same way naysayers treated Guy Ritchie’s crime pictures of the late nineties for jacking an aesthetic (specifical...

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    Review: 2014 Best Foreign Film Oscar Nominee 'Omar'

    The title character of Hany Abu-Assad’s “Omar” is played by Adam Bakri. Fair-skinned, with a slight overbite and an easy smile spread over a skinny face, he’s a likable onscreen presence, and when he makes doe eyes at coquettish Nadja (Leem Lubany), you see the blossoming of true love. It’s the sort...

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    2014 PAFF Review: Patrik-Ian Polk's 'Blackbird'

    With past films like The Skinny and Noah’s Arc: Jumping the Broom, writer-director Patrik-Ian Polk has become known for steamy ensemble dramedies about the lives and romantic woes of black gay men. His latest, Blackbird, while focused on a younger set of characters with tamer sexual history, has Pol...

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    How One of Sundance's Best Documentaries Got Lost in the Crowd

    The Arab Spring documentary 'We Are the Giant' was one of the best films at Sundance. Too bad almost no one saw it.

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    Why Greek Cinema Is Invading Ireland

    It's not just for their positions at opposite corners of the continent that Greece and Ireland might make for the most unlikely nations to see eye-to-eye.

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    REVIEW: Two 1960s Animated Classics on Blu-ray

    Walt Disney and The Beatles, as cultural icons, seem at first to be as distant as the Arctic and Antarctic. In reality, the two are more intertwined than one might have thought, certainly as creative visionaries. Most notably, each entity released major animated features within one year of each othe...

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    Berlin Reviews: 'Butter On The Latch,' ‘The Third Side Of The River,’ ’El Somni’ & ‘The Midnight After’

    Indie filmmaker Josephine Decker pulled off one of the major coups of the Berlin Film Festival—a “Double Decker.” A cute phrase to communicate the fact that she had her two debut films, “Thou Wast Mild and Lovely” and “Butter On the Latch,” both accepted and premiering at the Berlinale. It's certai...

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