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Toronto Film Review: Julianne Moore in ‘Gloria Bell’

Sebastián Lelio’s “Gloria Bell” is the second film this year to end with the Laura Branigan song “Gloria” — the kind of high-energy empowerment anthem that re-casts its leading lady in a different light — the other being Netflix’s recent Gloria Allred docu “Seeing Allred.” Speaking of re-casting leading ladies… It also happens to be […]

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Oscar Features and Shorts Boost Weekend Specialty Box Office

The bulk of specialized business continues to come from the usual Oscar contenders that have dominated the scene for months now. The annual package of Oscar nominated shorts proved the strongest new opener this weekend.Among limited releases, an exclusive showing of last year’s Sundance entry “Golden Exits” (Vertical) leads the field. It remains to be […]

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Film Review: ‘Seeing Allred’

Most lawyers are content to fight their battles far from the public eye. Gloria Allred isn’t like most lawyers.As the country’s highest profile women’s rights attorney, Allred understands that the court of public opinion can sometimes find justice that even the nation’s top courts cannot, and so, she has learned to generate media attention, organize […]

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