Leslie Felperin

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Review: 'Mister V.'

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It's shaping up to be a good year for horse movies after "Seabiscuit" Stateside and now the French-bred "Mister V.," a powerful colt of a movie by second-time director Emilie Deleuze, whose "New…

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Review: 'Christmas'

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Offering a realistic and blackly humorous slice of suburban misery, the anything-but-merry "Christmas" marks an impressive debut from helmer Gregory King. Pic follows a dysfunctional family as they…

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Review: 'Amazing Story'

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Featuring an erotic midsection between austere opening and closing acts, kinky love story "Amazing Story" will appeal to upscale auds who enjoy sexy, minimalist foreign-lingo movies dressed down and…

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Review: 'Little Men'

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Likable but resolutely slight, "Little Men" is a jaunty buddy movie about con men eking out a slender living by selling trinkets on the streets of contempo Almaty, Kazakhstan. Featuring dudes in…

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Review: 'Now or Never'

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Sincere, if not much more politically sophisticated than a Benetton ad, "Now or Never" is one of several recent films to tussle with the significance of events in Genoa during the G8 summit in July…

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