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Film Review: The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl
Masaaki Yuasa’s new animated feature often comes across like a freewheeling, frequently surreal mashup of Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Amélie and Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise.
Film Review: Blue Iguana
Sam Rockwell takes on a crooked job in London, and then things get really twisted.
Film Review: I Am Vengeance
Stu Bennett, aka Wade Barrett, is the latest WWE wrestler seeking to jump-start a career as an action star, but he needs a better vehicle than this low-budget, run-of-the-mill revenge flick.
Film Review: Makala
An uphill struggle.
Film Review: Songwriter
Very upbeat and very bland is this documentary about the biggest red-headed pop-culture figure since Lucy.
Film Review: We the Animals
This boyhood drama is exceptionally beautiful…and poky.
Film Review: Memoir of War
Semi-autobiographical, murky wartime drama based on renowned French writer/playwright/filmmaker Marguerite Duras’ World War II memoir of an agonizing wait for news of her arrested husband.
Film Review: Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich
Evil puppets run amok at a collectors’ convention in the 13th installment of this surprisingly durable series. Look for a brief theatrical release before this formulaic movie settles in for longer life on DVD and streaming.
Film Review: The Wife
Wonderful film about an award-winning writer and his sacrificing wife who share a dark secret, with great performances by stars Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce.
Film Review: A Whale of a Tale
A more objective look at the Japanese practice of dolphin hunting first seen in 2009’s Oscar-winning 'The Cove.'
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