Daily Archives: September 30, 2014

“Good Lie” cast and director talk about America’s need to understand refugees

Those who made the new movie “The Good Lie,” screenwriter Margaret Nagle’s fictionalized account of what many Sudanese “Lost Boys” went through to get to America, figure there’s a timeliness to its history. It’s not just about 1980s East Africa … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Bolivar gets a glossy if superficial biography in “The Liberator”

Simon Bolivar had traits from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Napoleon, all in one titanic personality. Born to wealth, he came to champion equal rights for all South Americans. A military dilettante, he fought in over 100 … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Reitman’s losing streak continues with “Men, Women & Children”

It says something about us as a culture that the moment that provokes gasps of shock in “Men, Women & Children” comes when a media-paranoid mother deletes text messages from her teenage daughter’s phone. We’re shocked at this parental betrayal, … Continue reading

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