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Film, "A Cat in Paris": Childish Animation Dampens French Charm

"A Cat in Paris": Childish Animation Dampens French Charm

A sketchy trifle of French animation grabbing time in theaters thanks to its recent Oscar nomination, Felicioli and Gagnol's barely-hour-long film seeks shelf space beside Sylvain Chomet's deft and rapturous hand-drawn cartoons (The Triplets of Belleville, The Illusionist), and the…
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Calendar, Night&Day As Seen on the Telly

As Seen on the Telly

For the past 21 years, the British Television Advertising Award Winners series has appeared at Minnesota’s Walker Art Center, and multiple screenings always sell out. Why? Is it because of something bad about Minnesota nightlife? No: It’s simply because many…
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Film, Double Fault

Double Fault

The critical consensus has Match Point as Woody Allen's finest film since ... oh, let's see ... Bullets Over Broadway, is it? Or perhaps Deconstructing Harry? Or maybe Sweet and Lowdown? One forgets where the good stuff left off, because…
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Film, The Dork Crystal

The Dork Crystal

There are moments of Kaena: The Prophecy that will blow your mind, from the opening sequence, in which we are taken through the heart of a massive spaceship that's in the midst of a slow explosion, to the film's villains,…
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All the Rage

Sean Penn, in his life as in his acting career, has perfected the art of the brawl. Now he has pretensions not merely to being a director, but an auteur -- of the brawl, naturally. His new movie, The Crossing…
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