Glenn Lovell

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Review: 'Three Seasons'

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If looks were everything, the Vietnam-shot indie "Three Seasons" would rate unqualified raves. With a succession of fit-for-framing compositions, it's easily one of the most self-consciously pretty…

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Review: 'American Movie'

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A madcap tribute to a beer-guzzling Midwestern filmmaker -- and indie spirit in general -- docu "American Movie" is well placed at Sundance. Indeed, ambitious, wildly funny chronicle by Chris Smith…

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Review: 'Tumbleweeds'

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In rough outline, Gavin O'Connor's "Tumbleweeds" sounds like very familiar terrain: the road pic/coming-of-age number in which an unlucky-in-love mother and precocious child bond through adversity…

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Review: 'Night Train'

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A mostly good-hearted mix of lonely-hearts romance and Graham Greene-style soul-searching, Irish playwright John Lynch's "Night Train" eventually jumps the tracks, derailed by jarring tone shifts and…

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