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Film & Television

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While Smocyznka’s craftsmanship impresses as stellar and melancholic amidst a trend of monotone biopics, it stands far from critical acclaim.
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While Smocyznka’s craftsmanship impresses as stellar and melancholic amidst a trend of monotone biopics, it stands far from critical acclaim.
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The show’s well-made and thoughtful script offers much to enjoy in the series’ first half, despite it often being bogged down by poor visual presentations. 
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The show’s well-made and thoughtful script offers much to enjoy in the series’ first half, despite it often being bogged down by poor visual presentations. 
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"Pearl" is worth seeing because Goth doesn’t stop at that wishful dreaming — as though she would’ve been a well-adjusted girl if only her Ma let her out once in a while. No, Pearl’s desire for more than what she has undoes her.
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"Pearl" is worth seeing because Goth doesn’t stop at that wishful dreaming — as though she would’ve been a well-adjusted girl if only her Ma let her out once in a while. No, Pearl’s desire for more than what she has undoes her.
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The director-producer duo spin specificity into a standout narrative in “Honk For Jesus,” choosing to show, not tell, a story bursting with complexity and color.
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The director-producer duo spin specificity into a standout narrative in “Honk For Jesus,” choosing to show, not tell, a story bursting with complexity and color.
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In its own unmemorable way, the movie spends two hours hammering the same point home: justice without loyalty is hell, which is true enough.
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In its own unmemorable way, the movie spends two hours hammering the same point home: justice without loyalty is hell, which is true enough.
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The line between performance and truth in “The Rehearsal” is delicate, but perhaps all that matters is the series’ verisimilitude. It feels real; all of it, the rehearsals just as much as the purported realities.
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The line between performance and truth in “The Rehearsal” is delicate, but perhaps all that matters is the series’ verisimilitude. It feels real; all of it, the rehearsals just as much as the purported realities.
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“Maintaining a sense of play, even when it's serious. I think it is one of the most important aspects of the job,” Brown said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“Maintaining a sense of play, even when it's serious. I think it is one of the most important aspects of the job,” Brown said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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It is embarassing but undeniable that the only erotic things about the film are the volcanoes themselves; it doesn’t help that much footage of the stretching, throbbing, folding and spewing masses is set to French lounge music.
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It is embarassing but undeniable that the only erotic things about the film are the volcanoes themselves; it doesn’t help that much footage of the stretching, throbbing, folding and spewing masses is set to French lounge music.
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While “Better Call Saul” may share an Old Testament-influenced examination of morality and reckoning with its predecessor “Breaking Bad,” as the former’s series finale “Saul Gone,” suggests, just because Jimmy has molded himself into Saul doesn’t mean he has lost the capacity to catch up with who he could be.
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While “Better Call Saul” may share an Old Testament-influenced examination of morality and reckoning with its predecessor “Breaking Bad,” as the former’s series finale “Saul Gone,” suggests, just because Jimmy has molded himself into Saul doesn’t mean he has lost the capacity to catch up with who he could be.
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“Three Thousand Years of Longing” may not be thematically fresh, but it is at least a comforting reminder that we live in a plenum.
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“Three Thousand Years of Longing” may not be thematically fresh, but it is at least a comforting reminder that we live in a plenum.
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