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Posted in Animation / Children Great Movies

“Ruben Brant, Collector” In Art-Caper Animation, Thievery Is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

Milorad Krstic’s alluring, acrobatic animated feature “Ruben Brandt, Collector” tells the story of a thief with an unlikely motivation: He steals art because he has…

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Posted in Drama / Romance / Comedy

Sunset (Napszállta): Builds a Mystery in Graceful but Desultory Fashion

Mysteries, in film, don’t have to be solved and sometimes shouldn’t be. A mystery plot can be a jumping-off point for more abstract or character-driven…

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“The White Crow” movie review: nothing to crow about

In Paris in 1961, while on tour with the Kirov Ballet, Soviet dancer Rudolf Nureyev defected to the West. It was a signal moment in…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Drama / Romance / Comedy

“Alpha” Review: Prehistoric Boy-Meets-Wolf Epic Is Genuinely Awe-Inspiring

Story of young man and his furry Canis lupis friend separated from their respective packs is just the coming-of-Ice-Age movie we didn’t know we needed….

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Bruce Beresford’s “Ladies in Black” holds a mirror to multicultural Australia

It’s taken more than 20 years to bring to the screen but Bruce Beresford’s Ladies in Black. His first Australian movie since Mao’s Last Dancer…

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“Hotel Transylvania 3 – Summer Vacation: Another Sharp Sequel Reminds Humanity Not to Be Monstrous

Adam Sandler and his spooky pals take a “Summer Vacation” in Hotel Transylvania and remind us all of the power of acceptance and understanding. Even…

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“Stan & Ollie”, intimate and melancholy portrait of two geniuses of comedy

Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly slip into the costumes of Laurel and Hardy, the greatest comedy duo in the history of cinema. A beautiful…

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Record of the movie CAPHARNAÜM, by Nadine Labaki: Journey in state of nature

Celebrated in May 2018 at the Cannes Film Festival. Where he won the prestigious Jury Prize, Nadine Labaki’s Capharnaüm. That will be in French cinemas…

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