Steven Gaydos

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Review: ‘Andre’

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The first theatrical feature from the Kushner-Locke TV producing outfit, "Andre" is a good-natured family yarn with colorful seacoast locales, an amiable , pet-loving clan and a crafty, comical seal…

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Review: ‘Fortress’

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"Fortress" could have been titled "Kafka Slept Here," or rather tossed and turned, since vet Czech filmmaker Drahomira Vihanova has fashioned a cleanly etched black-and-white nightmare vision about…

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Review: ‘Lassie’

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Since Hollywood of late finds itself continually going to the TV well for bigscreen source material, it was probably inevitable that a tube and film evergreen like "Lassie" would get a '90s update…

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Review: ‘Amerika’

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Debuting Czech director Vladimir Michalek brings countryman Franz Kafka's unfinished novel "Amerika" to the screen with care and imagination. But as has previously been the problem in rendering the…

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Review: ‘Tollbooth’

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"Tollbooth" is a strong first film for director Salome Breziner. Odder than the film's off-kilter depiction of a romantic triangle's roadside life and their entanglement with murder and money…

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