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You’re a lucky fellow, Mr. Smith

By Ivan G. Shreve, Jr. 1989 found me gainfully employed as a “customer service representative” for our local Blockbuster Video franchise (it...
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The fear is always there

By Edward Copeland As the Second Platoon Battle Company prepared for its 15-month deployment in the Korengal Valley in Eastern Afghanistan ...
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Be careful which enemies you make

By Edward Copeland In Charles Ferguson's outstanding documentary on the financial meltdown, Inside Job , one of his interview subjects ...
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For him it's therapy, for the world it's art

By Edward Copeland When Marwencol began, I had no idea what kind of documentary it was. I knew the title from various lists, but hadn'...
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Not so good grief

By Edward Copeland No two people grieve exactly the same way. No book contains rules for proper mourning. When someone loses a spouse, a si...
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Tic yak d'oh!

By Edward Copeland I dread reviewing movies like Blue Valentine because I already anticipate the responses to my pan of this critical darl...
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I Come to Praise Caesar, Not to Bury Him.

By Damian Arlyn Before he was the sharp-minded, fast-talkin' insurance investigator in Double Indemnity or the poker-playin' master...
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Requiem for a lifestyle

By Edward Copeland As much as an icon as Humphrey Bogart has been and for as long as he's held that status, it's hard to believe th...
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