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Review: 'The Klansman'

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The Klansman is a perfect example of screen trash that almost invites derision. Terence Young's miserable film stars Lee Marvin, as a Dixie sheriff with lots of unoriginal, cliche racial trouble on…

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Review: 'Steppenwolf'

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Four decades after publication, Steppenwolf sold some 1.5 million paperbacks to a young audience suddenly attracted to Herman Hesse. Film remains just as subjective and essentially plotless as the…

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Review: 'Persecution'

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In this British-made gothic suspenser, Lana Turner toplines as a sick-in-the-head mother who has killed her husband and goes on to blight her bastard son's life, ultimately seeing that his child and…

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Review: 'Death Wish'

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Poisonous incitement to do-it-yourself law enforcement is the vulgar exploitation hook on which Death Wish is awkwardly hung. Charles Bronson stars as a husband-turned-assassin after his wife is…

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