3 Days to Kill
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3 Days to Kill

Luc Besson is a cinematic treasure. While he’s never amassed a great deal of critical…

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Woodsman: Woodsman
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Woodsman: Woodsman

One thing is immediately striking about Woodsman: its brevity. Though the Denver trio of the…

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The Returned
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The Returned

Over the last several years, I have inadvertently become a specialist in a certain variety…

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Welcome to the Jungle
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Welcome to the Jungle

Nice guys aren’t funny. Much as they might think of themselves as finishing last and…

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Revisit: Jules and Jim
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Revisit: Jules and Jim

Jules and Jim, Francois Truffaut’s 1962 film, stands as one of the most acclaimed of…

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Scorned
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Scorned

Bad movies are great. I’m not alone in this opinion. There’s a whole subculture of…

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Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys
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Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys

Deep in the north of Finland, groups of people practice an ancient trade: herding reindeer.…

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Criminally Underrated: Tom Cruise
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Criminally Underrated: Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise has never won an Oscar. In a sense, that’s not all that notable.…

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Hospitality: Trouble
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Hospitality: Trouble

Right about this time two years ago, I sat down to listen to the self-titled…

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Revisit: Bryan Ferry: These Foolish Things
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Revisit: Bryan Ferry: These Foolish Things

Glam rock was all about reinvention. A former saxophonist turned himself into a bisexual alien…

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