Maggie Lee

'The Egoists'
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Review: 'The Egoists'

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Sexual sparks shimmer throughout "The Egoists," a low-key but stirring lovers-on-the-run yarn that reps Nipponese helmer Ryuichi Hiroki's return to the sensual, soul-baring explorations of narcissism…

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'Potechi'
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Review: 'Potechi'

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A brainteaser about the uncanny connections between a burglar and the baseball player he fanatically cheers, "Potechi" is as mathematical and diverting as a Rubik's cube.

'Robo-G'
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Review: 'Robo-G'

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In the mildly amusing Nipponese comedy "Robo-G," high-tech robotics faces its low-tech nemesis in the form of an old curmudgeon who becomes a national hit by posing as an automaton.

'Love in the Buff'
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Review: 'Love in the Buff'

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The jokes are less smutty and the couple more jaded in "Love in the Buff," a refreshingly authentic romantic comedy about the tradeoffs people must make in their relationships, careers and lifestyles.

'Nightfall'
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Review: 'Nightfall'

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Gut-wrenching violence, classical music, daddy issues and Lolita complexes are grist for director Roy Chow Hin Yeung's grisly mill in "Nightfall," a Hong Kong thriller with a strong noirish flavor…

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