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Outbreak

The thriller occupies the same territory as countless science fiction movies about deadly invasions and high-tech conspiracies, but has been made with intelligence and an…

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles

It is perfectly cast and soundly constructed, and all else flows naturally. Steve Martin and John Candy don't play characters; they embody themselves.

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Bismarck's Cinema 100 Society Honors Roger with a Screening Series

For those of us who live in Chicago, it's tempting to think of Roger as ours, but it is always touching to be reminded that Roger's impact was felt all around the world, and that everyone who read him felt close to him. In Bismarck, ND, the Cinema 100 Film Society loved Roger, and they are remembering him with a weekly film series this month, including films he loved and championed: "To the Wonder," "I Am Love," "Citizen Kane," Life, Above All" and "Let the Right One In." Allyson Krupinsy of The Bismarck Tribune has the story.

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