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Review: 'Silent Cry'

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Certainly timely, with the Shipman case still making headlines in the U.K. and a rash of child abductions receiving similar attention here, Julian Richards' "Silent Cry" is nonetheless a wholly…

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Review: 'Swimfan'

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John Polson's "Swimfan" is the latest to take a dip into the waters of "Fatal Attraction"-like obsessive love with the twist being that players are teenagers who behave like so many consenting adults…

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Review: 'FeardotCom'

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With any luck, most moviegoers trying to log on to "FeardotCom" will find themselves confronted by a busy signal or an internal server error. This more torpid than terrifying late-August entry is no…

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Review: 'R.S.V.P.'

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Loud, crass redo of Hitchcock's "Rope," with what may be the most despicable cast of characters to descend on Las Vegas since Peter Berg's "Very Bad Things," writer-director Mark Anthony Galluzzo…

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Review: 'Little Secrets'

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"Little Secrets" is one of those movies, like last year's "Kids World" and "Radio Flyer," that impose a hackneyed grownup psychoanalytical point of view on their youthful protagonists. What you end…

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Review: 'Simone'

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Andrew Niccol's "Simone" attempts to delve beneath the surface of Hollywood's rampant narcissism and fascination with technology, but ultimately feels like just one more in the long line of films…

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Review: 'Blue Crush'

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"XXX" with breasts instead of biceps? John Stockwell's "Blue Crush" has all the trappings of an energetic, extreme-sports adventure, but ends up more of a creaky "Pretty Woman" retread, with the…

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