Glenn Lovell

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Review: ‘The Waterboy’

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After decent gains made with "The Wedding Singer," an amiable crossover vehicle, Adam Sandler scrambles back to his SNL Cajun Boy persona for "The Waterboy." The formulaic mix of mirth and mayhem is…

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Review: ‘The Waterboy’

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After decent gains made with "The Wedding Singer," an amiable crossover vehicle, Adam Sandler scrambles back to his "SNL" Cajun Boy persona for "The Waterboy." The formulaic mix of mirth and mayhem…

Helmer gets his revenge

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Klaus Kinski had his say about that dictatorial blankety-blank Werner Herzog in his 1988 memoir "All I Need Is Love." Now it's Herzog's turn. Helmer of "Aguirre: The Wrath of God," "Fitzcarraldo" and…

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Review: ‘Whirlwind’

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One corrupt bureaucracy has supplanted another in the fictitious West African town in "Whirlwind," an overly ambitious mix of political satire and culture-clash drama. Third feature by Burkina Faso's…

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Review: ‘Getting Off’

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Think "Friends" with an acerbic Dorothy Parker aftertaste and you're roughly in the vicinity of "Getting Off," a complex, sharply observed tale of three female buddies coping with the specter of AIDS…

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Review: ‘Soldier’

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James Cameron can stand easy --- his "Terminator" epics are tougher to replicate than they appear. Just ask genre specialists Paul Anderson and David Webb Peoples. They've attempted to usurp the…

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Review: ‘Soldier’

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Genre specialists Paul Anderson and David Webb Peoples have attempted to usurp the "Terminator" franchise with "Soldier," a big, brutal sci-fi entry that's every bit as single-minded and vacuous as…

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