Friday, July 29, 2016 Tammuz 23, 5776
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Erik Nelson is capping his company's troika of Holocaust-related films with Engineering Evil, conducted in claustrophobic and transfixing detail of how Nazis went about their daily destruction of bashing the lives of their Jewish victims.
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A Rose is a Rose is a -- rogue.
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"Can't we all get along?" This famous clarion call for human bonding in an unglued world has been adapted and adopted in a most unusual -- and provocative -- documentary that is sure to inspire debates and denouncements. Between Two Worlds is a Jewish seesaw of cinema, a wickedly observed examination of how Jews pivot politically left and right. It...
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A romantic comedy not of getting physical but of getting physics? Losing Control loses no time in setting itself up as a madcap farce of mad scientists.
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One wag once said that the business of public relations could be defined as having sex on the sidewalk. If so, that explains why the fictional PR firm peopled by such image-pushers as Alex (Hank Azaria) and Helen (Kathryn Hahn) is a one-way street of broken hearts and loneliness -- yielding to some funny turns. Azaria is at the intersection...
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