Maggie Lee

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Review: 'Pluto'

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Tiger parents might rethink their child-rearing techniques after watching "Pluto," a bloodcurdling juvenile crime-thriller in which students are happy to cheat, rape and kill for grades.

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Review: 'Television'

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A Bangladeshi-German folk tale about the clashes between religion and technology, "Television" invokes the playful, philosophical allegories of Iranian cinema by way of 1999's Bhutanese spiritual…

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    The Equalizer

    Daily Gross:$3.0M

    Cume to09.29.14: $37.1M

    The Equalizer

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    Daily:$3.0M Cumulative:$37.1M Sony / Columbia -63.56%
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    The Maze Runner

    Daily Gross:$968,406

    Cume to09.29.14: $58.9M

    The Maze Runner

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    Daily:$968,406 Cumulative:$58.9M Fox -77.28%
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    The Boxtrolls

    Daily Gross:$733,441

    Cume to09.29.14: $18.0M

    The Boxtrolls

    3
    Daily:$733,441 Cumulative:$18.0M Focus -84.99%

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Review: 'The Concubine'

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A well-crafted Joseon Dynasty palace saga in which a royal consort is thrown into a merciless game of thrones, "The Concubine" seduces by way of a slow but ultimately gratifying plot reversal.

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Review: 'Odayaka'

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"Odayaka" means "calm and tranquil" in Japanese, but this ironically titled drama, exposing controversial reactions to the Fukushima nuclear fallout, is anything but.

"Cold Bloom"
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Review: 'Cold Bloom'

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Classical in a manner that recalls Mikio Naruse's "Scattered Clouds" (1967), "Cold Bloom" dramatizes the tormented love between a widow and the man responsible for her husband's death.

"Rurouni Kenshin "
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Review: 'Rurouni Kenshin'

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Barnstorming swordplay, pretty faces and a no-brainer plot combine to fizzy effect in "Rurouni Kenshin," the screen adaptation of a Meiji-era manga series about a ronin who kicks ass while preaching…

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