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FLIFF 2015: Plenty of Female Directors, Christopher Lloyd, and a George Lucas Retrospective
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There's nothing quite as satisfying as a great movie, be it the horror that thrills you, the drama that moves you, or the romantic comedy that pretty much shapes the way you dream of falling in love. And it's even more satisfying to...
Richard Ayoade's The Double Makes Alienation Fun
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Surely, at some point, they thought of casting Michael Cera. Richard Ayoade's often marvelous The Double, an existential jest set in a bureaucratic dystopia so familiar and lightly comic that it may as well be Kafka Fantasy Camp, st...