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    It has been a slow year for movies. I am not saying that good movies haven’t come out in 2013. The World’s End was interesting. The Butler provided us with a unique view of history and The Way Way Back gets a thumbs up from me simply for being the first real Cape Cod movie since … ever. Bu...
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    All is Lost is a hard film to critique. It is a well-made film. It is a well-acted film. It is exactly the film that its creators were trying to make. However, I did not enjoy any of it. Robert Redford plays an unnamed man who wakes up on his yacht to find that he’s hit some floating cargo....
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    Disney’s The Lone Ranger has been in theaters for about three weeks. In that time, it’s managed to take in $141 million on a $250 million budget. Hollywood analysts agree that, at this point, it’s unlikely that the film will break even, much less turn a profit. So, rather than talk about th...
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    The opening scene of Zero Dark Thirty is absolutely brilliant. The screen flashes the words “September 11, 2001,” and then fades to black. All we hear are audio clips from that infamous day: firefighters, screams, panic. All of the pain, anger, and sadness of 9/11 comes back at you full force wi...
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    Streets of Gold April 1935 America. The land of opportunity. The streets of gold. He had made it there. Only to find it was all lies. Giuseppe Bosellini, or Joseph Bosellini as the Ellis Island immigrations office had so unceremoniously named him, had made it to Am...
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    When I first heard about Sinister, I wasn’t expecting much. I mean, how generic can a title get? (The advertisements boasted how it was from Jason Blum, the producer of Insidious, a man who apparently makes his living off of creepy adjectives). After seeing the trailers though, the film seemed...
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    “The amber leaves were covered with snow, signaling winter” Eleanor dismayed at the comment written at the top of her paper. “It is not a poem if it does not rhyme. F” Mr. Berkler, the schoolmaster, did not appreciate her particular writing style, and he was failing her in English. She co...
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    When nine of my friends and I, all members of Sea Scouts (a water-centric co-ed version of Boy Scouts for high schoolers), rowed 60 year-old surf boats into the port in Vineyard Haven, I doubt anyone gave us a second look. We were just another group of faces in the crowd. A daily occurrence, real...

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