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Review: 'The Process'

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A thick slice of self-help propaganda, "The Process" plays less like a real documentary than a pompous recruitment video for some cure-all, EST-esque cult. It's akin to those books and books-on-tape…

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Review: 'Head of State'

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"Head of State" is a would-be-topical race relations comedy. In its imagining of what might occur if a black man ran for president , it's a retrograde affair, wallowing in the mustiest racial and…

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Review: 'Beloved Sister'

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Oskar Rohler's "Beloved Sister" is the kind of wild romp to which only a movie screen can do justice. This loving reworking of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane" just about leaps off the screen in a…

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Review: 'Olga's Chignon'

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Olga's chignon (a bun-like hairdo) is that impossible object of indescribable attraction; the thing that gets in the way of us realizing that what we're really looking for, in life, in love, is…

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Review: 'Willard'

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Though it's rats that eat up most of its screen time, writer-director Glen Morgan's "Willard" is strictly for the birds. Like the 1998 remake of "Psycho," this redo of Daniel Mann's 1971 hit, about…

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