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    Review: Will Arnett & Aaron Paul Carry the Self-Aware 'BoJack Horseman' Out of the Glue Factory, But Not Much Further

    While there's very little original material underneath the obvious -- and enjoyable -- personification of animals, "Bojack Horseman" still manages to carve out a spot in the Netflix rotation with its stars' amiable nature and simplistic but alluring animation.

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    Review: 'To Be Takei' Shows How George Takei Became a Gay Icon

    George Takei wears his identity proudly. But as this new documentary attests, it wasn't always that way.

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    Review: 'Masters of Sex' Season 2 Episode 6, 'Blackbird,' Shows How No One Really Knows What They're Doing

    This week's "Masters of Sex" featured repression, repression and some more repression.

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    Review: John Lithgow and Alfred Molina Give Their Best Performances In Ira Sachs' 'Love is Strange'

    More than that, Ira Sachs' new movie consolidates the best attributes of his work to date.

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    Why the Best American Filmmakers Owe a Debt to Satyajit Ray

    Satyajit Ray isn't as well known as many modern American filmmakers. But several of them owe him a major debt.

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    Review: 'The Leftovers' Season 1 Episode 8 'Cairo' Makes You Understand the Guilty Remnant, Like It or Not

    The episode title "Cairo" may mean nothing to you -- it's actually where Kevin and Patti squared off -- but plenty of other answers were given during HBO's latest entry in "The Leftovers."

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    Locarno Review: Brooklyn-Set 'Christmas, Again' is Not Your Typical Holiday Movie

    Kentucker Audley stars in this melancholic tale of a forlorn Christmas tree salesman.

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    Locarno Review: Chinese Society Takes on Metaphorical Dimensions in Absorbing Doc 'The Iron Ministry'

    J.P. Sniadecki's experimental documentary uses Chinese railways to craft a unique metaphor for modern society.

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    Locarno Review: Pedro Costa's Existential Ghost Story 'Horse Money' Will Get Under Your Skin

    The director of "Colossal Youth" returns with another haunting tale centered on Portugal's past and present.

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    Critic's Notebook: How Robin Williams' Snuck His Genius Into Movies

    Even in his comedy work, the late actor was more than just a funnyman.

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