Friday, February 27, 2015 AdarI 8, 5775
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Trouble in “Paradise”? Milton, get out your map — there may be some redefining of boundaries Sunday night when the Oscars are broadcast. With “Paradise Now” — a suspensefully sustainable film about suicide bombers and their kamikaze craft that is at once gripping and gritty — in the lead for best foreign film, the most controversial aspect of its possible...
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This just in - Jon Stewart wins Oscar as best comic actor! Nah, not true; just some fake news about a fake newsman. What is true is that the host of Comedy Central's acclaimed "The Daily Show" will be spending his Sunday night trying to burnish the Oscar broadcast with those broadsides he's brought to the public arena. Bring it...
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If it ain't "Brokeback," don't fix it … Just give in, Hollywood seems to be saying. Indeed, everywhere you go - movies, TV, billboards, Western suburbs - there seem to be two cowguys alternately hugging and pushing each other away. Attention, John Wayne: These pilgrims have arrived on a different ship. Sure, "Brokeback Mountain" breaks taboos, but is it the...
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"Why We Fight" is a war of words, images and philosophies. It is also a compelling documentary for the battle-weary and war-torn, looking for answers where none may exist. Indeed, allows acclaimed filmmaker Eugene Jarecki, whose "Why We Fight" opens Friday, Feb. 24, there are no answers. But, without question, there are needs to examine why. Indeed, Jarecki's controversial film...
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Neena Beber beats a quivering Cupid to the quick before he can even take a bow; her brilliant and darkly comic "Jump/Cut" cuts to the chase - the chase being that of real romance that the reel world can never exactly corner. Receiving its New York premiere now through Feb. 26 at the Women's Project's Julia Miles Theater, at 424...
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