Glenn Lovell

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Review: ‘The City’

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A heartbreaking look at the abuses heaped on Latino laborers in New York City , David Riker's "The City" can take its place beside such postwar neo-realist classics as Rossellini's "Paisan" and…

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Review: ‘Rosie’

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Belgian-produced "Rosie" was well placed in Toronto's Discovery program. This scrupulously unsentimental case study stars newcomer Aranka Coppens as a 13 -year-old who, tired of home-front lies and…

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Review: ‘The City’

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A heartbreaking look at the abuses heaped on Latino laborers in New York City, David Riker's "The City" can take its place beside such postwar neo-realist classics as Rossellini's "Paisan" and…

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Review: ‘Home Fries’

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You wouldn't know it from the title and Warner's young-love trailer, but "Home Fries," starring Drew Barrymore, is a black comedy about a latter-day Ma Barker who cajoles her grown boys into killing…

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Review: ‘Desert Blue’

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Morgan J. Freeman, the toast of 1997's Sundance Film Festival with "Hurricane Streets," fails to dodge the sophomore curse. His return bout, "Desert Blue," boasts a veritable Who's Who of Hot New…

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