Santa Fe Reporter - Ok http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/articles.sec-140-1-ok.html <![CDATA['Fire at Sea' Review - ]]>
By: Kim Jones
Though Fire at Sea does well at establishing its message, it fails to evolve into a full-fledged narrative.]]>
<![CDATA['Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' Review: Half Magic - Good news for Potter-heads, really only OK news for everyone else]]>
By: Alex De Vore
Say you’re JK Rowling and find yourself sitting on a property that practically prints cash. It would only make sense that you’d find it somewhat difficult to leave all that behind. Probably.
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<![CDATA['Looking Through a Glass Onion: Deconstructing The White Album' Review - ]]>
By: Alex De Vore
Composer Scott Freiman’s love for The Beatles runs so deep, he’s considered one of the world’s foremost Fab Four scholars (yes, scholar). Thus, with his new filmed lecture, Looking Through a Glass Onion: Deconstructing The White Album, Freiman ]]>
<![CDATA['Christine' Review - ]]>
By: Kim Jones
If you were around in the 1970s, you may remember when newscaster Christine Chubbuck shot herself live on the air during a broadcast.
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<![CDATA['Keeping up with the Joneses' Review - ]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
Holding up undercover identities was easy for the Joneses in 30 foreign countries. But less than a week in the suburbs in the USA, and they’re blown in a big way.]]>
<![CDATA['No Light and No Land Anywhere' Review - ]]>
By: Jonny Leather
Her eyelids lay heavy, struggling not to shutter completely over her hazel-spotted pale blue eyes. Tears crystallize, balancing upon the bottom lids, grasping to defy gravity.
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<![CDATA['Author: The JT LeRoy Story' Review - ]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
When a young man penetrates the literary scene in the early years of the century, he’s compared to William Faulkner and Flannery O’Connor.
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<![CDATA['The Magnificent Seven' Review - ]]>
By: Alex De Vore
Hold onto your hats, because here comes another remake—this time in the form of legendary Western The Magnificent Seven (which was itself a retelling of Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai).
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<![CDATA['Harry and Avis' Review - ]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
Billed as an indie rom-com, this simple story leaves a lot to the imagination. Although the title suggests otherwise, and despite how Avis takes up her share of the screen, it’s more of a story about Harry.
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<![CDATA['Hell or High Water' Review: - O, Coen Brothers, Where Art Thou?]]>
By: Alex De Vore
About 30 minutes into Hell or High Water, an unfortunate thought occurs: It’s trying to be a Blood Simple/Fargo kind of Coen Brothers film, but it’s failing.
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<![CDATA[Pete’s Dragon Review: Hugs For Everyone - Disney shows kids respect, but tries a little too hard to tug on our heartstrings]]>
By: Alex De Vore
Keeping up with the endless onslaught of remakes, reboots, re-imaginings and so forth is Pete’s Dragon, the newest pile of heartwarming dreck from the fine folks at Disney.
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<![CDATA['De Palma' Review - ]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
We’re not sure whether it’s the questions from behind the camera or deft editing that leaves one liking the guy.]]>
<![CDATA[The Infiltrator Review - ]]>
By: Alex De Vore
In the 1980s, cocaine was king, and South American drug lords were making just crazy bonkers money by exporting their product into America through various port cities like Miami.
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<![CDATA[Swiss Army Man Review - ]]>
By: Alex De Vore
Film newcomers Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert are collectively known as “Daniels” for some reason, and the pair has come out swingin’ with Swiss Army Man, an indie-ish film about what it is to be alive.
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<![CDATA[Last Cab to Darwin Review - ]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
Last Cab to Darwin With a few notable exceptions, our modern culture does a piss-poor job of confronting mortality. We’re bad at dealing with our own impending death, and we’re worse when the death of a loved one is looming.
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<![CDATA['L’attesa' Review: Endless Waiting - The perfect film for people who love to be bored]]>
By: Alex De Vore
We want to like the film, we really do, but despite some standout performances and a gorgeous setting, it just never gets to the point that makes audiences forget they’re watching a movie. ]]>
<![CDATA[Ta-Da! - Oh, oh, oh, it’s magic—and little else]]>
By: Alex De Vore
The original Now You See Me was not the kind of movie you saw because you thought it would actually be good.
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<![CDATA[Crustacean Nation - Colin Farrell better learn to love, lest he be transformed into a lobster]]>
By: Alex De Vore
From time to time in cinema, the aspirations and ideas for a story can sound absolutely incredible, but the ultimate payoff winds up falling short.
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<![CDATA[Play Nice - Gosling and Crowe try their best to be funny]]>
By: Alex De Vore
It’s only fair to give kudos to Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling—actors who generally tend to take serious roles—for their attempts at slapstick, but the overall cheese factor of The Nice Guys keeps it from ever achieving the levels of cool to which it so obviously aspires.]]>
<![CDATA[Fairy Tale Cinema - Stars might be the only thing going for it]]>
By: Jeff Berg
Tale of Tales consists of three well-trodden fairy tales from the works of Giambattista Basile, a writer and poet of the 16th and 17th century also credited with penning the first versions of Cinderella, Rapunzel and several other twice-told yarns.]]>