Serendeputy - your personal news assistant.

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- learns what you like and don't like,
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1. "Ben Bradlee R.I.P." The legendary Washington Post editor dies at 93. "President Obama recalled Mr. Bradlee's legacy on Tuesday night in a statement that said: 'For Benjamin Bradlee, journalism was more than a profession—it was a public good vital...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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1,000 Times Good Night opens with a veiled Juliette Binoche, playing war photographer Rebecca, somewhere in the Middle East, taking pictures of a woman being fitted with a bomb underneath her burqa. Rebecca moves about the room as if invisible, taking...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Ever since Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd stopped writing actual songs and started dealing in psychedelic freakouts that literally last for up to 24 hours, lazy collaborative jams with every indie-rock and pop artist in the phonebook, and miserable, colorless...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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At one point during Low Down's first half, Amy-Jo Albany (Elle Fanning) ventures into the illegal hole-in-the-wall apartment of fellow flophouse dweller Alain (Peter Dinklage) and sits on his bed while he spins a record for her. Even with the unexpected...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Anyone familiar with the tenacious brutality of August Marks (Billy Brown) knew it was only a matter of time before he punished SAMCRO for all of their extracurricular tomfoolery. Often mentioned but rarely seen, Marks has loomed over this seventh and...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Billion Dollar Brain is the third in the series of films starring Michael Caine as decidedly non-Bond British agent Harry Palmer. These films were conceived by Bond producer Harry Saltzman as an alternative to that series. Where the Bond franchise became...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The first episode of NBC's Constantine, an adaptation of Vertigo's Hellblazer comic series, was directed by Neil Marshall, and in theory, the filmmaker behind The Descent and Doomsday is a perfect match for the comic's grim, sardonic subject matter....
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Stonehearst Asylum begins in 1899, the year Sigmund Freud first published The Interpretation of Dreams. The influence of psychoanalysis is yet to be felt on the campus of Oxford University, where the film's pre-modernist bona fides are established in...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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1. "Fashion Designer Oscar de la Renta Dead at 82." He dressed some of the most famous women in the world and recently designed Amal Clooney's wedding dress. "Oscar de la Renta, the legendary Dominican-American fashion designer, has died at age 82, ABC...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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The Blob toes a confident line between affectionate parody and straight-faced homage. Director Chuck Russell and co-writer Frank Darabont, at the time both young bucks hot off the surprisingly good and successful A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors,...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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For a game that's all about unlocking the imagination, Disney Infinity 2.0 has very little. It's at its most creative only when attempting to sell you things, conjuring up the city of Agrabah from the desert around Aladdin in the Treasure Hunt mode before...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Monday, October 20, 2014
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Nestled between two of his outright masterpieces, Citizens Band and Melvin and Howard, Jonathan Demme's Last Embrace contains only sporadic moments of the filmmaker's eccentric personality. Demme filters his thriller through a distinctly, and sometimes...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Monday, October 20, 2014
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1. "Arnaud Desplechin Remembers Misty Upham." A tribute to the actress he directed in Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian. "The death of Misty Upham is bottomless sorrow. I loved this woman as if she were my younger sister. The press talk about...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Monday, October 20, 2014
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