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Review: 'Northfork'

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A dream of the Old West lacquered in dust and silt, Michael Polish's "Northfork" eulogizes what might be the last town on the last frontier of the last untouched corner of God's country -- a place…

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Spinning for Globes

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Always the slightly tipsy, loose-limbed bridesmaid and never the bride? Perhaps. But at a spry 60 years old, the Golden Globe Awards hardly seem to mind their codified status as Oscar night's big fat…

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Review: 'Pandora's Box'

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Follow-up to writer-director Rod Hardy and Atlanta-based producers Rainforest Films' surprisingly profitable 2000 outing "Trois" (being promoted in some ads as "Trois 2: Pandora's Box") is sluggishly…

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Review: 'The Bridgeman'

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Neither all the king's horses nor all the king's men, nor a crack team of production and costume designers could put together compelling entertainment from Geza Beremenyi's doggedly didactic Magyar…

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Review: 'Border Line'

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The tragicomic struggle of adults to be good parents receives a sly rumination in Lee Sang-Il's "Border Line." Set against a dreary modern Japan, pic tells a trio of interconnected stories…

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