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'Io': Film Review

'Io': Film Review

The sorry environmental state of our planet has provided much fodder for filmmakers who want to address and/or revel in humanity's likely doom. We reap what we sow, and to some, like that grand master of cinematic destruction Roland Emmerich, that's cause for the kind of CGI-heavy super-production (see, or rather, don't see 2009's 2012) that allows each viewer to play Nero gleefully fiddling while the world onscreen burns. Other artists look for hope among the ruins, and that's what director Jonathan Helpert and screenwriters Clay Jeter, Charles Spano and Will Basanta aim for in ...

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