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‘Le Week-End’ scrutinizes the power of choice

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We all reach critical junctures in our lives, and those turning points nearly always require us to make some significant (and hard) choices. It’s a process that can become considerably more difficult if we tune out to it, be it intentionally or inadvertently, during the time leading up to those decisions. Such is the lot of a middle class English couple in the bittersweet romantic comedy-drama, “Le Week-End.”

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READ: Dreams, preconceptions, identity under review in ‘Albert Nobbs’ by Brent Marchant

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Hotel waiter Albert Nobbs (Glenn Close) is an oft-described strange little man. But then that’s probably because he’s not a man at all. Rather, Albert is a middle-aged woman who, because of the need to fend for herself financially, has been intentionally disguising herself as a member of the opposite sex since she was 14.

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Conscious Creation Films Win Big at Oscars

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Front runners lived up to their billing as Oscar winners Sunday night at the 83rd annual Academy Awards, held at Hollywood’s Kodak Theater. The favorites in virtually every category ended up taking home statues by night’s end, including a number of films with significant conscious creation/law of attraction themes.

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A Fable for Our Times

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“Alice in Wonderland” (2010). Cast: Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Crispin Glover, Matt Lucas, Stephen Fry (voice), Michael Sheen (voice), Alan Rickman (voice), Barbara Windsor (voice), Paul Whitehouse (voice), Timothy Spall (voice), Christopher Lee (voice), Marton Csokas, Lindsay Duncan, Mairi Ella Challen, Leo Bill, Tim Pigott-Smith, Geraldine James, Jemma Powell, John Hopkins, Frances de la Tour, Eleanor Gecks, Eleanor Tomlinson. Director: Tim Burton. Screenplay: Linda Woolverton. Source Material: “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass,” by Lewis Carroll. http://adisney.go.com/disneypictures/aliceinwonderland/. Remaking a cinematic classic is always a risky proposition, especially when it involves beloved characters who viewers feel they know like family. The ante gets upped further if that remake involves changing the characters or the story in unfamiliar ways, a move that can easily prompt audience alienation. So it’s no small feat when...

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