Dennis Harvey

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Review: ‘Daughters’

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So many new Amerindies trade in pseudo-"grittiness" that something as genuinely unpretentious as Chris Brown's debut feature seems an anomaly. Solid, low-key study of three lower-middle-class…

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Review: ‘Road Ends’

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Adecent but undistinguished suspenser, "Road Ends" gives a solid cast not quite bold enough character and plot definition. Theatrical prospects are weak, though pic should do OK as a broadcast and…

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Review: ‘Daughters’

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So many new Amerindies trade in pseudo-"grittiness" that something as genuinely unpretentious as Chris Brown's debut feature seems an anomaly. Solid, low-key study of three lower-middle-class…

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Review: ‘The Maker’

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Acreditable mix of character study and thriller elements, Tim Hunter's "The Maker" skirts but manages to elude several current genre traps --- particularly those cliches surrounding both…

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Review: ‘To Love’

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The third time isn't a charm for veteran Japanese helmer Kei Kumai, directing another adaptation of a Shusaku Endo novel following "The Sea and the Poison" (1986) and "Deep River" (1995). Plodding…

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