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Review: 'My Father's Son'

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Ben Van Hook and Eric Breitenbach's "My Father's Son," anunobtrusive gaze into the lives of a band of homeless men living, by choice, in the woods outside of Orlando, starts out fascinating, becomes…

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Review: 'Draftedodging'

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An indie movie on one of the favorite subjects of indie movies -- the idea that you can't go home again -- Wendall Adams' "Draftdodging" concerns the frequently absurd efforts of a twentysomething…

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Review: 'X-Patriots'

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A truly oddball venture --- a romantic drama shot and set in the Netherlands, made by African-American filmmakers --- Darien Sills-Evans' "X-Patriots" generates interest for its novelty value alone…

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Review: 'The Specimen'

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The unsettling strength of John Hyams' feature-length docu on the bone-smashing world of professional mixed-martial-arts competitions is the unfettered honesty, bordering on despair, that Hyams draws…

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Review: 'G'

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Christopher Scott Cherot's "G" is less an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" than a reimagining of it. And it's that loosening of the literary bonds that frees it from a text that…

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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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