Joe Leydon

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Review: 'Event Horizon'

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Despite game efforts from a first-rate cast and acres of impressive production values, "Event Horizon" remains a muddled and curiously uninvolving sci-fi horror show. Initial promise of the off-beat…

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Review: 'The Deli'

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Burly character actor Mike Starr ("Ed Wood," "Dumb and Dumber") gets to play his first lead role in "The Deli," and he makes an agreeable impression as an easygoing delicatessen owner who's usually…

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Review: 'The Deli'

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Burly character actor Mike Starr ("Ed Wood," "Dumb and Dumber") gets to playhis first lead role in "The Deli," and he makes an agreeable impression as an easygoing delicatessen owner who's usually up…

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Review: 'The Wide Oak'

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Paolo Bianchini tells a familiar story with tact, intelligence and flashes of lyrical beauty in "The Wide Oak," an affecting drama about a Rome family forced to move to the Lazio countryside during…

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Review: 'Swethearts'

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Janeane Garofalo goes beyond her acerbic onscreen persona to create a much darker and more desperate character in "Sweethearts," a blind-date-from-hell drama that showcases the actress in outstanding…

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Review: 'Six O'Clock News'

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By turns thought-provoking and self-indulgent, Ross McElwee's "Six O'Clock News" is another autobiographical documentary from the filmmaker who gave us "Sherman's March" and "Time Indefinite." Pic…

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Review: 'Persistence'

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According to filmmaker Daniel Eisenberg, "Persistence" is intended as "a meditation on the time just after a great historical event, about what is common to moments such as these, about the…

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