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    Why You Need to Start Paying Attention to Irish Cinema

    This modern surge in Irish filmmaking comes not in spite of the nation's circumstances, but because of them.

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    'Gravity': Alfonso Cuaron's Magical Storytelling

    With Sandra Bullock free-floating and somersaulting head-over-heels through space, Gravity comes loaded with visual dazzle and technical wizardry. But its greatest stunt is the way Alfonso Cuaron takes a flat premise -- a medical researcher barely trained as an astronaut, floating alone for n...

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    Why Praise Is Riskier Than a Pan

    Negative reviews get people's attention, but in veteran U.K. critic Mark Kermode's forthcoming book, he argues that critics expose themselves more when they go to bat for a film, and it's the size of the risk -- not the outlet they write for -- that separates critics worth reading from those who are...

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    NYFF Review: 'My Name Is Hmm' Might Make A Good Art Installation, But Doesn't Work As A Film

    Treading the line between art installation and actual motion picture, “My Name Is Hmm” represents the directorial debut of fashion designer agnes b.. That is to say, it is “a film by Agnes Trouble aka agnes b.,” an intimate touch but one that suggests a difficulty regarding point-of-view. The onomat...

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    Review: Dario Argento's 'Dracula 3D'

    With “Dracula 3D,” we finally know which of the great '70s genre filmmakers have fallen the hardest, and the answer is Dario Argento. The Italian horror pioneer was one of the leading lights of the giallo movement, and early career masterpieces like “The Bird With The Crystal Plumage” and “Suspiria”...

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    Is Alfonso Cuarón's 'Gravity' A New Kind Of Cinema?

    Four years in the making, "Gravity" presents an artificial world that could only have been made today, and provides a fantastic showcase of new possibilities.

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    NYFF Review: At Berkeley

    At Berkeley is a 4 hour documentary, as you may guess, goes inside the classrooms, administrative faculty staff meetings, and on campus arts and entertainment performances demonstrating the inner workings of one of the nations top universities.

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    NYFF 2013 Review: 'Captain Phillips'

    Paul Greengrass knows what he wants.

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    How This Year's New York Film Festival Depicts a Greedy World

    Pity the film festival programmers forced to pretend they have master plans. When forced by journalists to formulate themes that unite their selections, they usually make them up on the fly. However, a significant portion of the program at the 2013 New York Film Festival, currently underway for anot...

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    Was 'Breaking Bad's Finale Too "Tidy"?

    Reaction to 'Breaking Bad's finale episode splits between those who found it satisfying and those who found it a little too much so.

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