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Review: ‘Six Figures’

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Artfully balancing mystery and specificity, writer-director David Christensen does a masterful job of sustaining suspense in debut feature "Six Figures." Canadian-produced drama is less a…

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Review: ‘American Gun’

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"American Gun" misfires in trying to chart the collateral damage and paranoia triggered by the epidemic of gun-related violence in the U.S. Despite flashy use of desaturated color and variegated…

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Review: ‘Fetching Cody’

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Ungainly mix of gritty street-life drama, perky teen romance and seriocomic sci-fi time-tripping never jells in "Fetching Cody," the debut feature by Canadian writer-director David Ray. Appealing…

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Review: ‘Isolation’

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Novice writer-director Billy O'Brien brings a seriousness of purpose and a modicum of showmanship to the task of serving generic B-movie cheese in "Isolation," a moody horror opus about the fatal…

Review: ‘Be My Baby’

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At this stage in its development, "Be My Baby" seems little more than a serviceable star vehicle built for two. But with Hal Holbrook and Dixie Carter as the stellar passengers in the world premiere…

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