Let Me Start by Asking a Question Says Everything You Need to Know About 'Halt and Catch Fire'

"Let Me Start by Asking a Question" Says Everything You Need to Know About 'Halt and Catch Fire'

By J.M. Suarez

Culminating in an excellent series finalé, season four of Halt and Catch Fire has been the series’ best. 18 Oct 2017 // 11:00 AM

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//Recent Reviews

5 Dec 2006 // 9:00 PM

Sweet and Low by Rich Cohen

He views these subjects (his family) from a distance, and this enables him to study them, as they are, in their complicated, ugly glory.

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Omar: Sing (If You Want It)

Look out, World. The Godfather of British Soul is back and he's funkier than ever.

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An Evening With Kevin Smith 2 - Evening Harder (2006)

This DVD is good for some laughs, but perhaps slightly too complicit in its own limitations.

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Dan the Automator: Dan the Automator presents 2K7

Mediocre soundtrack to the popular video game will have you question Dan the Automator's continued relevance to hip-hop.

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That Handsome Devil: That Handsome Devil

A jazzy, spacey kind of specimen that plods along with some crazy but great arrangement behind it.

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Various Artists: Chrome Children

A consistently good sampling of some of the best music to be found across the spectrums of hip-hop and leftfield electronic music.

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Tab Benoit: Best of the Bayou Blues

Benoit offers something different: it's blues, but with a healthy dollop of Louisiana spice.

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Various Artists: Wake Up Screaming: A Vans Warped Tour Documentary [DVD]

A documentary on the Vans Warped Tour should be an insightful, fun and exciting film to watch. So why does this one seem like a slight letdown?

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My Country, My Country (2006)

Though the elections were over in January 2005, My Country exposes tensions that remain raw, if ever shifting.

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Susanna and the Magic Orchestra: Melody Mountain

Norwegian songstress and Jaga Jazzist vet spin songwriting straw (and a few classics) into strange and luminous gold

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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