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Daily Archives: June 9, 2015
Movie Review: “Madame Bovary”
Handsomely mounted, period perfect and starring the empathetic Mia Wasikowska in the title role, the new “Madame Bovary” narrows the scope and finds a different focus within Gustave Flaubert’s novel. But stripping away complexity doesn’t just undo decades of politically … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “The Wolfpack”
The Learning Channel must be kicking itself over not discovering “The Wolfpack” before filmmaker Crystal Moselle did. The dysfunctional Duggars of Arkansas have nothing on the Angulos of New York’s lower East Side. Big, eccentric family raised in a cultish … Continue reading
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