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Bilge Ebiri

  1. David Edelstein and Bilge Ebiri Answer Your Film-Industry QuestionsYou ask, they answer.
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    The Last Culture Guide You’ll Ever NeedExhausted by trying to keep up with new culture? Why not give it up altogether? Our critics’ handbook to all the wonderful stuff lurking right behind your screen.
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    Movie Review: Wreck-It RalphEnjoyable and likable, though you might find yourself twiddling your thumbs along the way.
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    Here Comes the Boom: A ‘Laugh at the Chubby Guy’ Movie, Sans the LaughsDespite not being particularly funny, this Kevin James film gets a lot of mileage out of its star’s inherent likability.
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    Movie Review: Hotel TransylvaniaThis Adam Sandler animated film is pleasantly disposable.
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    Cosmopolis: Robert Pattinson’s Limo Ride As Epic JourneyRobert Pattinson stars in this adaptation of a Don DeLillo book.
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    Movie Review: Why Isn’t The Expendables 2 More Insane?This sequel is aggressively dumb, aggressively macho, and just plain aggressively aggressive.
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    In Red Hook Summer, Spike Lee Tries Something New: PatienceLee’s latest joint is being billed as a return to the personal, low-budget filmmaking that put the director on the map a few decades ago.
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    Movie Review: 2 Days in New YorkJulie Delpy’s follow up to 2 Days in Paris is an assured, sensitive, and occasionally very funny relationship comedy.
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    Movie Review: Elizabeth Banks Is the Only Real Person in People Like UsThe guys behind Star Trek and Transformers try their hand at a serious human drama set in the real world.
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    Movie Review: Madea’s Witness ProtectionThis time around, Madea just seems spent.
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    Movie Review: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire HunterDoes any other American president have such an extensive fictional pop-culture mythos?
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    Shutter Island ExplainedHave questions? Bilge Ebiri and Glenn Kenny have answers.
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    The Friday Short: ‘Fission’If Michel Gondry were to direct a street-art Fantasia, it might look something like Fission. Winner of a recent Student Academy Award in the Best Alternative Film category, recent School of Visual Arts grad Kun-I Chang’s explores a quintessentially New York concept.