Haiti

Haitian film series screens in South Florida

Four films by Haitian and Haitian-American filmmakers will be screened in South Florida in the coming months. The first, Deported, documents the lives of deportees in Haiti, who were forcefully returned to the country after completing jail time in United States.

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Room for more doom at the box office?

Sure, people are watching movies on tablets and smartphones, on their couches, streaming video on demand. But maybe there's another reason box office is down dramatically (summer biz dropped 25 percent from the same period in 2013). Call it the Dys Factor, as in dystopian post-apocalyptic young-adult sci-fi, as in dysfunctional family comedies, as in you're showing me dys movie - again?

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Director Fincher the right fit for 'Gone Girl'

David Fincher's film version of the Gillian Flynn bestseller "Gone Girl" is a stealthy, snake-like achievement. It's everything the book was and more - more, certainly, in its sinister, brackish atmosphere dominated by mustard-yellow fluorescence, designed to make you squint, recoil and then lean in a little closer.

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Crop of 'New Dangerous' filmmakers take edgy to new levels

It's a word that began popping into my head as I was seeing films at the beginning of the year, and it has returned to my mind repeatedly ever since. Despite dispiriting signs pointing to decline in the industry and drift to other platforms, there has also been an ongoing undercurrent of energy, excitement and rupture that goes against notions of an art form in decline.

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Miami Vice

2014 marks the 30th anniversary of Miami Vice. The show ran on NBC from 1984-1989, and was one of the highest-rated television programs of the decade. The show’s plot followed two Miami police detectives working undercover, Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) and Ricardo Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas), in their attempts to fight the city’s seedy underbelly.

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