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Superheroes, Western to dominate screen

JOHN Wick: Chapter 2 (Feburary 10), The Fate of The Furious (April 14) Two franchises, both unlikely, both silly and both endlessly watchable get new installments this year. Keanu Reeves is back as the ...

January 15, 2017, Sunday

‘Live By Night’ is Affleck’s most ambitious film yet

WHEN Ben Affleck’s “Argo” won best picture four years ago, it was an unquestionable high point in a career that has seesawed with ups and downs. As he, clutching the Oscar, spoke emotionally of “getting ...

January 15, 2017, Sunday

Exploring odd family relationships

TONI Erdmann” is a hard film to love, but that might be the point. The German movie from the clearly talented and incisive writer/director Maren Ade seems like it should be a comedy — the lightly plotted ...

January 8, 2017, Sunday

A searing call for humanity, decency

JUST like a Michael Moore documentary, there’s nothing subtle about a Ken Loach drama. The 80-year-old British director and social critic has long been an ardent, insistent, eloquent champion of the ...

January 8, 2017, Sunday

Budapest woos big Hollywood productions

Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Hugh Jackman. Spotting hunky Hollywood actors is no big deal any more in Budapest, now one of Europe’s top hubs for foreign film productions thanks to attractive tax breaks...

January 1, 2017, Sunday

Doc remembers Tokyo war crimes trials

ON the occasion of the National Memorial Day for the Nanjing Massacre Victims, International Channel Shanghai (ICS) released its newly produced historical documentary series “The Tokyo Trials.” Based ...

December 25, 2016, Sunday

‘Monster’ a universal tale of grief

IF you’re not crying by the third act of “A Monster Calls,” you may want to have your humanity checked. Anyone who’s experienced grief will be moved by Patrick Ness’ story of a lonely 12-year-old boy ...

December 25, 2016, Sunday

‘Jackie’ deftly fractures Kennedy fable

HISTORY, lately run amok, is ordered with such tidy, forceful finesse by Natalie Portman’s Jacqueline Kennedy in the piercing “Jackie.” Summoning a journalist to Hyannis Port in 1963, not long after the ...

December 11, 2016, Sunday

‘Neruda’ a startlingly great biopic

CHILEAN director Pablo Larrain is on a hero’s quest to destroy the conventional biopic it seems. He turned the post-assassination days of Jacqueline Kennedy into an atmospheric examination of mythmaking ...

December 11, 2016, Sunday

Beatty returns with ‘Rules Don’t Apply’

Warren Beatty doesn’t want us to regard “Rules Don’t Apply,” in which he stars as Howard Hughes, as a Howard Hughes film....

November 27, 2016, Sunday


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