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    • Frances Ha
    • Frances Ha

      Movie Review
      Watching Frances Ha, it hit me: Greta Gerwig is the anti-Zooey. Both actresses are quirky, sweet, funny and attractive, but there’s a significant distinction. Deschanel…
    • Captain Phillips
    • Captain Phillips

      Movie Review
      Come Oscar time, people are going to argue about Captain Phillips nearly as much as they argued about Zero Dark Thirty last year. Pundits…
    • Don Jon
    • Don Jon

      Movie Review
      It’s difficult to rate a movie that doesn’t really start until its last half hour. Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s debut as a writer-director has a solid premise:…
    • Rush
    • Rush

      Movie Review
      Ron Howard does indeed possess a beautiful mind. Let us count the ways the world would be diminished without him: First, there never would’ve been…
    • The Wolverine
    • The Wolverine

      Movie Review
      The best one can say about the latest superhero movie is that so little is at stake in The Wolverine. No worlds or even cities…
    • The Way, Way Back
    • The Way, Way Back

      Movie Review
      Where I grew up in Maine was just far enough from the ocean that having a meaningful relationship with it meant renting a cottage at…
    • Flick Chick
    • Flick Chick

      Adolescents are often dazed and confused, but 17-year-old Matthew Lazarus has a vision sharp enough to slice bread. The Essex Junction resident’s brash brio…
    • Moving Pictures

      Emulsion gives local filmmakers a shot in the dark
      On Sunday night, one floor above Stuporbowl fans cheering the televised game at Nectar’s, about 50 people are sitting at bistro tables in a darkened…

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