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    What's Cooking? (2000)

    This one could be classified as a so-called "chick flick," but What's Cooking? (2000) is so nicely balanced and fine-tuned by director Gurinder Chadha (Bend It Like Beckham) that it turns into an honest holiday film, filled with plenty of delicious-looking shots of Thanksgiving dishes being prepared and served. It focuses on four families: one Jewish, one Vietnamese, one African-American, and one Latino, as they go about their holidays, filled with personal dramas. A son lies to his family to spend the holiday with his girlfriend, a lesbian couple tries to cope with conservative parents, a pushy mother-in-law gets in the way, an ex-husband is accidentally invited to dinner, and a gun is found in a teen's backpack. The stories are universal and could apply to anyone of any background, and indeed, the 17 year-old movie is surprisingly timeless (a political discussion in one scene could easily apply to last year's election). Chadha co-wrote the screenplay with her husband Paul Mayeda Berges. The all-star cast includes Joan Chen, Julianna Margulies, Kyra Sedgwick, Mercedes Ruehl, Lainie Kazan, Alfre Woodard, and Dennis Haysbert. read more...
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      What's Cooking? (2000)

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      • With: Joan Chen, Julianna Margulies, Mercedes Ruehl, Kyra Sedgwick, Alfre Woodard, Maury Chaykin, Estelle Harris, Dennis Haysbert, Lainie Kazan, Victor Rivers, Douglas Spain, Isidra Vega, Gregory Itzin, Estelle Harris, Kieu Chinh, Kam Fong
      • Written by: Gurinder Chadha, Paul Mayeda Berges
      • Directed by: Gurinder Chadha
      • MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sexuality, brief language and a perilous situation
      • Running Time: 109 minutes
      • Release Date: 11/30/2000
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      Against the Sun (2015)

      Released very close to Angelina Jolie's similar Unbroken, Against the Sun is a much lower-key film, more old-fashioned, and less graphically agonizing. This kind of material can be a physically grueling experience for viewers, and director Brian Falk carefully balances scenes of despair with scenes of hope. read more...
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        Against the Sun (2015)

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        • With: Tom Felton, Jake Abel, Garret Dillahunt, Nadia Parra
        • Written by: Brian Falk, Mark David Keegan
        • Directed by: Brian Falk
        • MPAA Rating: PG for thematic material involving peril and hardships, and for language
        • Running Time: 100 minutes
        • Release Date: 01/22/2015
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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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          3 Godfathers (1948)

          John Ford and Christmas seems like a perfect combo, and yet the old master included Christmas themes in only two films, a scene of a Hawaiian Christmas in Donovan's Reef (1963), and 3 Godfathers (1948). The latter was based on a 1913 novel by Peter B. Kyne, which has been filmed many times (including the very good anime version Tokyo Godfathers). The story is a fairly obvious allegory for the Three Wise Men who journey to see the baby Jesus, but with Ford's poetic touch, a sentimental story turns into a very solid, color Western. read more...
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            3 Godfathers (1948)

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            • With: John Wayne, Pedro Armendariz, Harry Carey Jr., Ward Bond, Mae Marsh, Mildred Natwick, Jane Darwell, Guy Kibbee, Dorothy Ford, Ben Johnson, Charles Halton, Hank Worden, Jack Pennick, Fred Libby, Michael Dugan
            • Written by: Laurence Stallings, Frank S. Nugent, based on a story by Peter B. Kyne
            • Directed by: John Ford
            • MPAA Rating: NR
            • Running Time: 106 minutes
            • Release Date: 11/30/1948
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            The Family Fang (2016)

            Laced with subtle performances and rich characters, Jason Bateman's The Family Fang is a big improvement over his last movie, the overly cynical-but-cute Bad Words. Adapted from a novel (and feeling very much like an adaptation of a novel), it focuses on the titular family. In the 1970s and 1980s, two parents, a son and daughter, acted in real-life "performance art" pieces designed to push the boundaries of what's acceptable in public, i.e. a child committing a bank robbery, or orphaned children singing bad punk-rock songs in the park. read more...
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              The Family Fang (2016)

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              • With: Nicole Kidman, Jason Bateman, Christopher Walken, Maryann Plunkett, Kathryn Hahn, Jason Butler Harner, Harris Yulin, Linda Emond, Alexandra Wentworth, Michael Chernus, Marin Ireland, Danny Burstein, Gabriel Ebert, Scott Shepherd, Steve Witting
              • Written by: David Lindsay-Abaire, based on a novel by Kevin Wilson
              • Directed by: Jason Bateman
              • MPAA Rating: R for some language
              • Running Time: 105 minutes
              • Release Date: 05/05/2016
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