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  • Film Review: #OscarsSoWhite precipitates Academy vote for change

    Film Review: #OscarsSoWhite precipitates Academy vote for change

    There's a bit of controversy over the Oscars this year. (You may have heard.) The 20 nominees in the acting category are disproportionately white ... well, actually, all white. Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith have called for a boycott of the ceremony. A whole lot of people — black, white and other...

  • DVD Review: Criterion takes a closer look at 'Gilda'

    DVD Review: Criterion takes a closer look at 'Gilda'

    Rita Hayworth was a star before "Gilda" (1946), but "Gilda" solidified her on-screen image. ("Every man I have ever known has fallen in love with Gilda and awakened with me," she allegedly said.) The film's sexual iconography stayed with her through the rest of her career. In subject matter and...

  • Film Review: Fight scenes add punch to 'Ip Man' sequel

    Film Review: Fight scenes add punch to 'Ip Man' sequel

    "Ip Man 3" is the latest in Donnie Yen's series of films about the real-life martial arts master who is best known in the West for having been Bruce Lee's teacher. Yen previously appeared in "Ip Man" (2008) and "Ip Man 2: Legend of the Grandmaster" (2010). On the release of the latter, Yen insisted...

  • Film Review: Underwhelming 'Moonwalkers' has its funny moments

    Film Review: Underwhelming 'Moonwalkers' has its funny moments

    About a month ago, an interview with Stanley Kubrick — in which the great director explains how he collaborated with NASA to fake the first moon landing — went relatively viral on YouTube. It is not from the new comedy “Moonwalkers” (though the timing of its release seems suspicious). The interview...

  • DVD Review: Analyzing a psych researcher

    DVD Review: Analyzing a psych researcher

    "Experimenter" — a biopic of famous (notorious?) psychologist Stanley Milgram — was 2015's second release about real-life psych research that pushed the boundaries of academic ethics. "The Stanford Prison Experiment" beat it into theaters by a few months, but in reality, Milgram's "obedience" project...

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