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The Voices is about an insane factory worker, Jerry Hickfang (Ryan Reynolds), who has imaginary conversations with his cat and dog. The cat, for whatever reason, sounds sort of like a Mike Meyers caricature of a Scotsman, while the dog speaks in a gruff...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Saturday, January 31, 2015
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Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine briefly revisits the 1998 funeral of its titular subject, a private affair that transformed into a public battleground of the gay rights movement. It's an intense reminder that, from the instant Matthew Shepard was savagely...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Saturday, January 31, 2015
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[Editor's Note: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2015, presented by ShortsHD, will open in theaters nationwide on January 30. For locations, click here.] It's decision time and our gurus of gold bring you tidings of great confusion. This year's nominees...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Saturday, January 31, 2015
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Concerning the creative and emotional restlessness of a philosophy professor across an extended sabbatical, Kathleen Collins's Losing Ground is undoubtedly a summer movie, a tale of indolence and indecision in which the sticky specter of heat is an invisible...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Friday, January 30, 2015
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Ballet 422 possesses an aura of pared majesty. There isn't an ounce of fat on this documentary, and there's little explicit suggestion of backstage chaos, which is remarkable for a film that concerns the behind-the-scenes details of the creation of a...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Friday, January 30, 2015
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1. "How Critics Have Failed Female Filmmakers." Richard Brody states his case. "Calling attention to their work as often and as vigorously as possible is all the more important because the cinematic roadsides are strewn with the wreckage of major artistic...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Friday, January 30, 2015
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For everyone who knows there's a lot to say about racism, but has absolutely no idea what to say about it, there's Black or White, the perfect Sunday-afternoon fodder for starting conversations that will go absolutely nowhere and leave everyone involved...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Friday, January 30, 2015
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Matt Zoller Seitz's The Wes Anderson Collection: The Grand Budapest Hotel is fueled by a sense of escalating invention and exploration. Nothing is taken for granted in this book. You might be glancing through an interview, skimming before taking the...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Thursday, January 29, 2015
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In the opening shots of Dean Israelite's Project Almanac, David Raskin (Jonny Weston), the film's technological prodigy-hero, is unable to contain himself. He's giddy and joyful about his futuristic work and the possibility of continuing his experiment...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Thursday, January 29, 2015
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1. "How Selma Got Smeared." Grantland's Mark Harris on historical drama and its malcontents. "[Ava] DuVernay's understanding of the importance of legacy to men in power is profound—she grasps it not just as an aftereffect, but as a motive. And the...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Thursday, January 29, 2015
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[Editor's Note: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2015, presented by ShortsHD, will open in theaters nationwide on January 30. For locations, click here.] If you don't believe the tide turned long ago in favor of Boyhood winning best picture, the nominees...
From: Slant Magazine | By: Ed Gonzalez and Sal Cinquemani | Thursday, January 29, 2015
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