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    Hustlers (2019)

    Lorene Scafaria (the wonderful Seeking a Friend for the End of the World) directed and wrote the screenplay for Hustlers, based on a New York Magazine article. A stripper called Destiny (Constance Wu) is caring for her grandmother and barely making ends meet, when she meets the exotic Ramona Vega (Jennifer Lopez), who teaches her the ropes. Later, after the crash of 2008, the women dream up a scheme to drug their male clients and enjoy the perks of their credit cards; the victimized men are too afraid of scandal to do anything about it. Destiny later tells the whole thing to a reporter (I think?), played by Julia Stiles. Similar to both Widows and The Kitchen, with equally little to say, the movie purports to be some kind of feminist statement, but its repetitive nature and its fizzle of an ending don't really make much of an impact. Lopez wound up getting tons of award buzz for her performance, though I'm not sure if that's because of her acting, or because the fiftyish diva looks amazing in her skimpy outfits. read more...
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      Hustlers (2019)

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      • With: Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez, Julia Stiles, Keke Palmer, Lili Reinhart, Lizzo, Cardi B, Mercedes Ruehl, Trace Lysette, Wai Ching Ho, Mette Towley, Madeline Brewer, Frank Whaley, Paul Nielsen, Brandon Keener, Steven Boyer, Jon Glaser, Gerald Gillam, Devin Ratray, Rhys Coiro, Jovanni Ortiz, Big Jay Oakerson, Usher
      • Written by: Lorene Scafaria, based on an article by Jessica Pressler
      • Directed by: Lorene Scafaria
      • MPAA Rating: R for pervasive sexual material, drug content, language and nudity
      • Running Time: 110 minutes
      • Release Date: 09/13/2019
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      The Hellbenders (1967)

      Joseph Cotten stars in one of Sergio Corbucci's best, and most violent, "spaghetti Westerns," as Colonel Jonas, an evil, former Confederate who cooks up a villainous scheme. He steals a batch of money and hides it inside a coffin. He travels with his three grown sons — Ben (Julián Mateos), Jeff (Gino Pernice), and Nat (Ángel Aranda) — and hires a prostitute, Kitty (María Martín), to pose as the widow of the "dead man" in the coffin. Unfortunately, she drinks too much and becomes a danger, so the Colonel brutally kills her and sends Ben into town to find a new girl. He comes back with the cunning Claire (Norma Bengell) who falls for Ben (the good one) and cooks up her own plans for the money. However, few characters stand a chance in Corbucci's world, which consists of either vicious acts of cruelty (one of the movie's alternate titles was The Cruel Ones), or simple, random blasts of unfairness. The Hellbenders is compact and ferocious, taking place largely on the open trail, with only a few cursory stops in town; these sequences feel constantly threatening and off-balance. Ennio Morricone provides another of his excellent scores, although, for some reason, he used a pseudonym, "Leo Nichols." Kino Lorber released this on a high-quality Blu-ray, complete with an essential commentary track by director (and Italian Western expert) Alex Cox. read more...
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      The Hellbenders (1967)

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      • With: Joseph Cotten, Norma Bengell, Julián Mateos, Gino Pernice, Ángel Aranda, María Martín, Claudio Gora, Enio Girolami, Julio Peña
      • Written by: Albert Band, Ugo Liberatore, José Gutiérrez Maesso, based on a story by Virgil C. Gerlach
      • Directed by: Sergio Corbucci
      • MPAA Rating: NR
      • Running Time: 92 minutes
      • Release Date: 02/02/1967
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      Hostiles (2018)

      Director Scott Cooper, whose Crazy Heart was like catnip for Oscar voters, now seemingly tries to take on something close to Dances With Wolves, an epic (i.e. very long) Western that supposedly has some feel for American Indians as human beings rather than as villains or savages. He casts some of the very best actors around, like Wes Studi, Adam Beach, and Q'orianka Kilcher, as Indians and then gives them nothing to do but sort of sit around, stare, and look noble. (It wants to be a very pro-Indian movie, but has very little use for them.) The main character is, of course, a white man, Capt. Joseph J. Blocker (Christian Bale), who hates Indians, but who gets the order to escort chief Yellow Hawk (Wes Studi) and his family back to Montana, where the terminally ill old chief can die in peace on his own land; the president himself (a real one) has signed the order for it. Along the way, Blocker discovers a woman, Rosalee Quaid (Rosamund Pike), whose family has been ruthlessly slaughtered by Comanche, and takes her along on the quest. They also pick up a white soldier (Ben Foster) accused of brutally killing Indians, but who claims that he's innocent. A bunch of other great actors appear in smaller roles, but barely register. There are attacks and and slayings, and eventually Blocker learns to get over his prejudice. Cooper has a taste for outdoor cinematography, and the specific sights and sounds of Westerns, and there are a great many chunks of Hostiles in which one can get satisfyingly lost. But then some terrible idea or some hackneyed action sequence comes in and ruins it. John Ford attempted this kind of thing years ago, in both The Searchers and Cheyenne Autumn, with far richer, more poetic results. read more...
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        Hostiles (2018)

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        • With: Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, Wes Studi, Jesse Plemons, Adam Beach, Rory Cochrane, Peter Mullan, Scott Wilson, Paul Anderson, Timothée Chalamet, Ben Foster, Jonathan Majors, John Benjamin Hickey, Q’orianka Kilcher, Tanaya Beatty, Bill Camp, Scott Shepherd, Ryan Bingham, Robyn Malcolm
        • Written by: Scott Cooper, based on a manuscript by Donald E. Stewart
        • Directed by: Scott Cooper
        • MPAA Rating: R for strong violence, and language
        • Running Time: 133 minutes
        • Release Date: 01/04/2018
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        An Acceptable Loss (2019)

        This political thriller is ambitious and timely, but it's also disappointingly awkward, with stilted performances in the first half, and a second half that grows increasingly routine and ridiculous. read more...
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          An Acceptable Loss (2019)

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          • With: Tika Sumpter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ben Tavassoli, Jeff Hephner, Deanna Dunagan, Alex Weisman, Clarke Peters, Rex Linn, Ali Burch
          • Written by: Joe Chappelle
          • Directed by: Joe Chappelle
          • MPAA Rating: R for language and brief sexuality
          • Running Time: 102 minutes
          • Release Date: 01/17/2019
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          The American (2010)

          Imagine a spy movie, or a hitman movie, with hardly any dialogue, and no shaky-cam. Imagine, also, that it's shot in Europe, and that it moves slowly enough that you can get a real sense of the surroundings and atmosphere. Such a movie would most likely have been made in France in the 1960s, right? Something like Jean-Pierre Melville's Le Samourai (1967)? Nope. Here's an actual Hollywood movie -- with a big time Hollywood movie star -- that does all those things. (Admittedly, it does have a Dutch director in Anton Corbijn.) read more...
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          The American (2010)

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          • With: George Clooney, Violante Placido, Thekla Reuten, Paolo Bonacelli, Irina Björklund, Johan Leysen, Filippo Timi, Anna Foglietta
          • Written by: Rowan Joffe, based on a novel by Martin Booth
          • Directed by: Anton Corbijn
          • MPAA Rating: R for violence, sexual content and nudity
          • Language: English, Italian, with English subtitles
          • Running Time: 103 minutes
          • Release Date: 08/31/2010
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