Hugo and the Continuum
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Hugo and the Continuum

Guest essay by Michael in Florida Right after the first dreadful Hugo trailer premiered in…

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Best Director 2011: When I Paint My Masterpiece
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Best Director 2011: When I Paint My Masterpiece

“I’d imagine the whole world was one big machine. Machines never come with any extra…

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Dargis and Scott Praise War Horse, Naming it one of the Best Films of 2011
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Dargis and Scott Praise War Horse, Naming it one of the Best Films of 2011

In their mostly frustrating, occasionally interesting discussion of movies Manohla Dargis disses the Artist (a…

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The Artist Wins Best Film, Scorsese Best Director in DC
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The Artist Wins Best Film, Scorsese Best Director in DC

The WAFCA (Washing DC area film critics) has announced their winners — and The Artist…

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Hugo Surprises at the Box Office on Thanksgiving
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Hugo Surprises at the Box Office on Thanksgiving

Martin Scorsese’s wonderful Hugo was down for the count  – reports that it would get…

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Hugo clocks in with major raves from top critics
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Hugo clocks in with major raves from top critics

4-star reviews from The New Yorker, Variety, Box Office Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter. 4 stars…

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Asa Butterfield and Chloë Grace Moretz in new Hugo clip
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Asa Butterfield and Chloë Grace Moretz in new Hugo clip

TIME's Richard Corliss on Hugo, "A Masterpiece"
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TIME's Richard Corliss on Hugo, "A Masterpiece"

Richard Corliss’ review will appear in TIME’s Hollywood preview issue.  I am transcribing it here.…

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TIME’s Richard Corliss on Hugo, “A Masterpiece”
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TIME’s Richard Corliss on Hugo, “A Masterpiece”

Richard Corliss’ review will appear in TIME’s Hollywood preview issue.  I am transcribing it here.…

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Celebrating Scorsese … In a New Way
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Celebrating Scorsese … In a New Way

NPR profiles Scorsese and Hugo, which reminds me that it’s wholly unexpected to see Martin…

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