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“Short and spicy,” “married or dead”... those were the parameters Louisa May Alcott was given on how to write women and end her stories in the 1850s. Academy Award-nominated director Greta Gerwig brings Alcott’s “Little Women” back to life 25 years after its last theatrical treatment, which …

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The fact that filmmaker Roland Emmerich (“White House Down,” “10,000 BC”) having to get funds outside the U.S. to finance his $100+ million epic of American history should have been a clue that more work was needed with this project.

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Reactions out of the early awards festivals raved at the plot's twists and turns, but these expectations should be tempered. Bong’s script works at a subtle and restrained pace. "Parasite" is a comedy and a tragedy that never abandons one genre for the other.

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Three time Oscar-winning filmmaker Ang Lee — “Brokeback Mountain,” “Life of Pi” (Best Director) and “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” (Best Foreign Language Film) — seems drawn to technological advancements that aid in telling stories that otherwise couldn’t be told.

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“Hustlers” has many montages in it. The most important is Jennifer Lopez’ entrance, which is wild, glittery, nasty and impressive. Her physicality, along with nearly everything else, is on full display.