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44% This Is Where I Leave You Sep 19
83% Tracks Sep 19
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67% The Hundred-Foot Journey $2.4M

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83% Extant: Season 1
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87% The Knick: Season 1
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97% Masters of Sex: Season 2
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82% Satisfaction: Season 1
87% The Strain: Season 1
79% You're the Worst: Season 1

Photographic Memory Reviews

Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter
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Filmmaker Ross McElee continues his obsessive self-reflection in this entertaining meditation on aging and memory.

Full Review Source: Hollywood Reporter

October 15, 2012
Peter Rainer
Christian Science Monitor
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I would like to think that one day Adrian might look at this documentary and see it as a supreme act of paternal love.

Full Review Source: Christian Science Monitor | Original Score: A

October 12, 2012
Lou Lumenick
New York Post
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Utterly delightful.

Full Review Source: New York Post | Original Score: 3.5/4

October 12, 2012
Stephen Holden
New York Times
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The most vivid strand of "Photographic Memory" is Mr. McElwee's changing relationship with his son, Adrian, now in his 20s.

Full Review Source: New York Times | Original Score: 3/5

October 11, 2012
Ian Buckwalter
NPR
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Some might characterize what filmmaker Ross McElwee does as navel-gazing. But in the hands of this veteran documentarian, that which might be self-indulgent egomania from a lesser artist is often the stuff of quiet revelation.

Full Review Source: NPR | Original Score: 6.5

October 11, 2012
Noel Murray
AV Club
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Quietly devastating.

Full Review Source: AV Club | Original Score: A-

October 11, 2012
Matt Singer
Time Out New York
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It's a personal journey, but one that speaks to universal ideas about aging, fatherhood and the way, as Maurice once put it, that "time wears on a photograph, erodes it, until all of its context is gone."

Full Review Source: Time Out New York | Original Score: 4/5

October 9, 2012
Nick Schager
Village Voice
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Proves a bracing and sometimes uncomfortable peek into private fears and regrets about mortality and missed opportunities.

Full Review Source: Village Voice

October 9, 2012
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