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    A weekend romp for four middle-aged buddies devolves into a drug-fueled, suicidal hell in Mark Pellington’s ill-conceived and executed “I Melt With You,” a work of extreme self-indulgence that would benefit from the hand of a firm producer and editor if Magnolia (which acquired theatrical rights at Sundance) is to make it commercially viable. Despite […]

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