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Us Shows Off Jordan Peele's Brilliance, While Out of Blue Is a Lynchian Treat

1 year ago by Juan Antonio Barquin
Us. There’s something deeply satisfying about watching Jordan Peele’s Us unfold. It’s a film that wears its influences on its sleeve — everything from Alfred Hitchcock to Invasion of the Body Snatchers, with a bit of an oddball leaning a la Richard Kelly, albeit in a more palatable, less thematically ambitious fashion...
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Giant Inflatable Trump Rat Set Up Outside Churchill's Pub

3 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Wherever he's brought his giant inflatable caricature of Donald Trump as a snaggle-toothed rat, John Post Lee has been amazed by the response from others horrified by the regime. But when he started calling around and looking for a place to set up his signature balloon during Miami Art Week, the...
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Dunkirk Is the Movie Christopher Nolan Was Born to Make

3 years ago by Bilge Ebiri
The nerve-racking war thriller Dunkirk is the movie Christopher Nolan’s entire career has been building up to, in ways that even he may not have realized. He’s taken the British Expeditionary Force’s 1940 evacuation from France, early in World War II — a moment of heroism-in-defeat that has become an...
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Three Years After Kayla Mendoza's Wrong-Way Crash, the Victims' Families Fight to Save Lives

4 years ago by Jess Swanson
Gary Catronio stands in the middle of his daughter Marisa's small bedroom inside a tidy Coral Springs home. A portly New Yorker with a head of white hair and a trimmed white beard, he is careful not to bump or knock anything over. He points to a pile of women's...
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Alleged Rapes Show How Failed Oversight Endangers Florida's Most Vulnerable Children

6 years ago by Art Levine
Shortly after 8:30 p.m. on March 3, 2011, 16-year-old Susan Jackson returned to the Vanguard School in Lake Wales after a trip to Starbucks with a classmate. The girls' dorm monitor, Kami Land, had driven them in her car to the coffee shop and then dropped them off near Boyd...
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Luke's Best Columns of 2013

7 years ago by Luther Campbell
A lot of folks get upset over the things I write, but I call 'em like I see 'em based on facts. The Florida Press Club has cited the stuff I've come up with, so I know I'm pushing the right buttons sometimes. And judging by the ten most popular...
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From Lil Wayne to Miley Cyrus: Ten Luke Columns That Stirred the Pot in 2013

7 years ago by Luther Campbell
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke looks back on 2013's best hits. A lot of folks get upset over the things I write, but...
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Venice Update: Kelly Reichardt's Night Moves, James Franco's Child of God, and More

7 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
In 1953, the Venice Film Festival jury didn't award its top prize, the Golden Lion. Instead, it made the highly unorthodox decision to award the second-place prize, the Silver Lion, to six films, among them I Vitelloni and Ugetsu. How did I know this? To celebrate the festival's 70th edition,...
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The Ten Weirdest Members of Congress

8 years ago by Caleb Hannan
The Ten Weirdest Members of Congress
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The Kentucky Derby = Mint Julep Recipe

10 years ago by Lee Klein
The Kentucky Derby takes off today, and if you're like me, that means Mint Julep time (I think there might be horses involved as well, but I've never been). Wild Turkey's Master Distiller Jimmy Russell has put together the following classic Julep recipe, which to no great surprise features Wild...

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