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    I Saw the Light (2016)

    This biopic about country legend Hank Williams is pretty much the same as any other biopic made in the last 20 years, with a strong central performance, a surface-level story, and a series of cliches. A viewer's appreciation of I Saw the Light will depend on how much the great music overrides the lengthy, yet shallow depictions of alcohol abuse, arguing over money, arguing over creative control, extramarital activities, life on the road, divorce, new love, and hospital stays/doctor visits. read more...
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      I Saw the Light (2016)

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      • With: Tom Hiddleston, Elizabeth Olsen, Bradley Whitford, Cherry Jones, Maddie Hasson, Wrenn Schmidt, David Krumholtz, Josh Pais
      • Written by: Marc Abraham, based on a book by Colin Escott, George Merritt, William MacEwen
      • Directed by: Marc Abraham
      • MPAA Rating: R for some language and brief sexuality/nudity
      • Running Time: 123 minutes
      • Release Date: 03/24/2016
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      Last Weekend (2014)

      The wonderful Patricia Clarkson is the best thing in Last Weekend. But not even she can get her mouth around the movie's stiff, tacky dialogue that sounds less lifelike than it would have if it had been expressed in animal noises, grunts, and growls. Part of the problem is that these characters are wealthy and the filmmakers do not understand how to make them seem human to non-wealthy moviegoers. But another part of the problem is that the characters, their situations, and they way they talk about them and deal with them, are just incredibly uninteresting. read more...
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        Last Weekend (2014)

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        • With: Patricia Clarkson, Julio Oscar Mechoso, Zachary Booth, Rutina Wesley, Fran Kranz, Devon Graye, Joseph Cross, Alexia Rasmussen, Sheila Kelley, Mary Kay Place, Judith Light, Chris Mulkey, Julie Carmen, Jayma Mays
        • Written by: Tom Dolby
        • Directed by: Tom Dolby, Tom Williams
        • MPAA Rating: NR
        • Running Time: 94 minutes
        • Release Date: 08/28/2014
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        Strange Weather (2017)

        This slight drama doesn't have very much to it, but any movie about a middle-aged woman is a welcome rarity, and in it, Holly Hunter proves she can still bring life and spirit to any kind of material. read more...
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          Strange Weather (2017)

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          • With: Holly Hunter, Carrie Coon, Kim Coates, Glenne Headly, Ransom Ashley, Walker Babington, Craig Boe, Turner Crumbley, Lucy Faust, Susan Gallagher, Andrene Ward-Hammond, Shane Jacobsen, Craig Boe
          • Written by: Katherine Dieckmann
          • Directed by: Katherine Dieckmann
          • MPAA Rating: R for a scene of sexuality
          • Running Time: 92 minutes
          • Release Date: 07/27/2017
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          House by the River (1950)

          Alfred Hitchcock thrilled audiences with his tales of suspense for six decades. Another director, Fritz Lang, was two jumps in front of him, yet he never received quite the same measure of fame. Perhaps this is because Lang ventured into even darker corners than Hitchcock. Hitchcock was content with wry little moments of black humor, while Lang never provided such comforts. Lang's heroes were often innocents who, for no reason at all, are trapped by fate. read more...
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            House by the River (1950)

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            • With: Louis Hayward, Jane Wyatt, Lee Bowman, Dorothy Patrick, Ann Shoemaker
            • Written by: Mel Dinelli, based on a novel by A.P. Herbert
            • Directed by: Fritz Lang
            • MPAA Rating: Unrated
            • Running Time: 88 minutes
            • Release Date: 03/25/1950
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            The Big Trail (1930)

            The Big Trail (1930) is an essential item in any history of the American Western for two reasons. The first is that it was John Wayne's starring debut, and the second is that it introduced a widescreen process called "Fox Grandeur." However, both of those things failed with the immense, costly failure of the movie. Wayne would slink back to the purgatory of bad "B" movies for nine more years (until Stagecoach), and widescreen movies didn't show up again until 1958. Part of the high cost is that many scenes were filmed twice, once for the 35mm camera and once for the 70mm camera. Comparisons of certain shots show that landscapes were better served by the bigger format and that close-ups were more complete in the smaller format (they were cropped for the wide format). Director Raoul Walsh's compositions are amazing, using clutter and landscape and space to fascinatingly emotional effect. (It was far too expensive and troublesome to actually move a camera.) However, the storytelling is leaden and numbingly slow, relying heavily on dialogue to dole out information. Subsequently, the actors are stuck performing as if in a community theater play. Walsh picked up the pieces and made another movie with Wayne ten years later, Dark Command (1940), and then made a much more psychologically nuanced Western, Pursued (1947). read more...
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              The Big Trail (1930)

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              • With: John Wayne, Marguerite Churchill, El Brendel, Tully Marshall, Tyrone Power, David Rollins, Frederick Burton, Ian Keith, Charles Stevens, Louise Carver, Ward Bond, Iron Eyes Cody
              • Written by: Hal G. Evarts, Marie Boyle, Jack Peabody, Florence Postal
              • Directed by: Raoul Walsh
              • MPAA Rating: NR
              • Running Time: 122 minutes
              • Release Date: 10/01/1930
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