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    Review: Sam Shepard Documentary 'Shepard & Dark' A Fascinating Look At Male Friendship

    The thorny dynamics of heterosexual male friendship is a fascinating black hole that few narrative films ever bother looking into. Instead, most choose to focus on simplistic, superficial social maneuvering (or the all-important bromance) without ever investigating the knotty emotional undercurrents...

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    Review: David E. Talbert’s Romantic Comedy 'Baggage Claim'

    David E. Talbert’s Baggage Claim begins with a look at the life of lonely flight attendant Montana Moore.

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    Review: Cannibal Tale ‘We Are What We Are’ A Horror Remake Done Right

    “When I saw his movie,” said director Jim Mickle at Cannes earlier this year, in his opening thank you to Jorge Michel Grau, the director of “Somos Lo Que Hay,” “I was jealous of everything: the idea, the plot, the style, and jealous that it was playing at Cannes in Director’s Week.” And so Mickle w...

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    22 Reviews From The New York Film Festival Lineup

    The 51st edition of the New York Film Festival officially kicks off today, but a large amount of the cinematic selections in the 17-day event have already been unveiled earlier in the year at festivals like Cannes, Berlin, Locarno, Telluride, and Toronto. Indiewire has been on sight at many of these...

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    Don Jon

    Every detail of this modest film is well thought out and executed, from the spot-on casting to the canny use of sound and music

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    Inequality For All

    Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich is a popular author and pundit, but in "Inequality for All," filmmaker Jacob Kornbluth shows us Reich as a charismatic teacher at U.C. Berkeley.

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    Review: Filipino Thriller 'On The Job' A Familiar But Exciting Echo Of 'The Departed'

    The Philippines gets their own “Infernal Affairs” with “On the Job,” a propulsive new actioner. It’s not a remake of that Hong Kong hit, but it features the same cops-and-criminals conflict and stock moral ambiguity that turned that earlier film, and “The Departed,” into an ethical funhouse mirror f...

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