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The Mule

The Mule repeatedly spells out and hammers home its message about the importance of family, but it ultimately rings hollow.

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Schindler's List

This was published on June 24th, 2001, and we are republishing it in honor of the film's 25th anniversary rerelease."Schindler's List" is described as a…

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Mark Caro: Get Well, Roger

Mark Caro, columnist for the Chicago Tribune, has a very nice item in his blog about Roger Ebert. Please check out the link at right.

Caro writes:

Here’s hoping this latest setback is just that – a setback – and that he returns, fully recovered, to his back-row screening-room seat ASAP. I know I’m not the only one who feels like a movie without an accompanying Ebert review would be like Buckingham Fountain without water or Julia Roberts without her smile. I guarantee Roger could come up with a better metaphor than either of those.

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