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Genevieve Spoils Everything: Before they were cool

What’s artistically possible, and what’s artistically likely? The tension between the two feeds “Frank.”

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Genevieve Spoils Everything: Please excuse the mess

Films like “Violette” are welcome reminders that there’s often beauty to be found in chaos.

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Genevieve Spoils Everything: Ebert’s brilliant, well-lived “Life”

Beloved film critic Roger Ebert did more than masterfully decode movies. He put his stamp on them.

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Genevieve Spoils Everything: And Thanks for All the Fish

Allegory abounds in the masterful “Snowpiercer,” where true equality is impossible.

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Genevieve Spoils Everything: In time, out of time

Traditional time-travel tropes get expertly deployed once again in the latest big-screen blockbuster bursting out of Hollywood.

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Genevieve Spoils Everything: There’s a time and place for revenge

Thematically, new family-rooted dramas “Ida” and “Cold in July” are vastly different yet eerily similar.

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Genevieve Spoils Everything: The legacy of H.R. Giger

The late sci-fi artist’s amazing creations for cinema deserve re-examining—again and again.

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Genevieve Spoils Everything: Oh Peace, Oh Light, Return

The famously-frightening scaled creature is back in “Godzilla,” a reminder that this lonely big-screen monster will live on forever.

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Genevieve Spoils Everything: Where art, history and truth collide

The intriguing “Belle” helps counteract cinema’s virtual white-washing of an era.

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Genevieve Spoils Everything: The follow-up conundrum

Don’t rapt film audiences deserve to revisit the kids in these wrenching documentaries we love so much?

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