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    I like 50/50, its characters and the actors who play them. I like the sad-sweet way it tells a story about cancer, not exploiting it for our tears. I like its diluted indie sensibilities. Here is a film that tackles a difficult subject with a light heart and somehow feels more real as a result. I...
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    Government agents trail an assassin out a building, down a street, and below ground to a deserted subway platform. There are four, but as they close in, their target unleashes murderous hell, pummeling them like rag dolls. The scene is pure, punishing adrenaline, but what makes it truly remarkable i...
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    Tomas Alfredson’s Let the Right One In is a minimalist vampire movie that honors both the tale’s mythic origins and the value of originality and storytelling. What stops it from coming full circle lies not so much in its construction but in restrictions established by the genre itself. “...
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    Upon its reception in 1982, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner polarized critics, and its now recognizably groundbreaking characteristics were overlooked. Nevertheless, its influence echoed through the years, and in 2007, Blade Runner: The Final Cut elevated the movie to the level of an undisputed class...
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    The heft of the Coen brothers' name in the ­filmmaking community can be attributed to their infamous ­disregard for convention. It has worked for them for more than 20 years, and in “True Grit,” it works again. Despite being adapted from the 1969 John Wayne classic, it is an altogether nove...
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    Tony Gilroy was the screenwriter behind the Bourne trilogy, and with “Michael Clayton,” Gilroy directs, upping his responsibility. This was a risky move, but it paid off; “Michael Clayton” is so well-constructed, so well-acted, but so subtly and seamlessly compact, that one does not realize ...

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