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Review: 'Emmett's Mark'

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"Emmett's Mark" exudes the wintry desolation of James Gray's films minus the depth of character. Helmer-scribe Keith Snyder's debut feature is as competent as any direct-to-vid feature, and it…

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Review: 'Too Pure'

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"Too Pure" is an exercise in unpleasantness, recycling familiar elements to tell the supposedly true story of a Mexican-American woman (Mayte Vilan) kidnapped and tortured by a roving band of…

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Review: 'The Good War'

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What starts out as a standard-issue P.O.W. drama, with the requisite intrigue between prisoners and camp commanders, transforms halfway through into something moderately more interesting: a taut…

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Review: 'Sunday'

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The "other" Bloody Sunday movie made for British television to coincide with the 30th anniversary of those tragic events, "Sunday" is in every way a less impressive affair than Paul Greengrass'…

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Review: 'Ash Wednesday'

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While "Wednesday" travels a fertile landscape of spirits and demons, and is an improvement over last year's "Sidewalks of New York," it is also perhaps Burns' least commercial pic to date -- a film…

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Review: 'Jason X'

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In space, no one can hear you scream: No one will hear much screaming either in cinemas showing "Jason X," the unfortunate 10th outing in the inexplicably long-running "Friday the 13th" series.

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