Joe Leydon

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Review: 'The Jerky Boys'

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The Jerky Boys," a comedy inspired by the antics of prank phone-callers Johnny Brennan and Kamal Ahmed, is a lowbrow, high-concept item that could click with undemanding audiences out for a rowdy…

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Review: 'Houseguest'

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Disney's first release for 1995, which was unveiled in sneak previews on New Year's Eve paired with "The Santa Clause," is a lightweight but likable comedy that probably won't be in theaters long…

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Review: 'Richie Rich'

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Decently crafted but oddly charmless, "Richie Rich" isn't likely to jump-start the fading superstardom of aging child star Macaulay Culkin. Pic stands to earn at least some small change during the…

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Review: 'Drop Zone'

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Given the dearth of similar product among this year's holiday releases, "Drop Zone" should benefit from being in the right place at the right time. As the only R-rated, hard-action thriller set for…

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Review: 'Daisy and Mona'

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Director/writer Claude D'Anna's "Daisy and Mona" is a convincingly hard-edged but appealingly sentimental drama with offshore potential and crossover appeal. Pic was notably well received by audience…

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Review: 'Blind Spot'

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Vet TV and pic helmer Maurice Dugowson does disappointingly little with a potentially fascinating premise in "Blind Spot." After promising first reels, drama bogs down and never fully recovers. Pic…

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