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Review: ‘See No Evil’

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Throats are ripped, heads are crushed and limbs are severed with brutal efficiency throughout "See No Evil," but that's not nearly enough to dispel the sense of deja vu that pervades this generic…

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Review: ‘Hoot’

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"Hoot" is a lightweight, eco-conscious kidpic about three youths uniting to protect endangered owls from developers in South Florida. The pic's dawdling pace, predictable plotting and absence of…

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Review: ‘S&Man’

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It's not entirely clear whether helmer JT Petty is being deadly serious or perversely cheeky -- or both -- in "S&Man," an uncomfortably close look at underground horror movies that depict rape…

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Review: ‘Punk Like Me’

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Talk about life imitating art: Scriptwriter Rich Wilkes turns his life into a sitcom in "Punk Like Me," Zach Merck's richly amusing and often insightful docu about the 37-year-old scribe's fleeting…

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Review: ‘Nobelity’

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Fearful of what the future might hold for his two young daughters, filmmaker Turk Pipkin seeks solutions for world problems in "Nobelity," an amiably sincere and politely thought-provoking docu in…

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