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Review: ‘The Krays’

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The Krays is a chilling, if somewhat monotonous, biopic charting the rise and fall of two prominent hoods in 1950-60s London, cockney lads whose psychosexual warping leads them into ultraviolence.

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Review: ‘Predator 2’

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While the film doesn't achieve the same thrills of the final 45 minutes of "Predator" in terms of overall excitement, it outdoes its first safari in start-to-finish hysteria. The real star is the…

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Review: ‘Nikita’

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After the waterlogged mysticism of The Big Blue, Gaumont's wonderboy director Luc Besson is back on terra firma in Nikita. It's an absurd, shrill, ultraviolent but soft-centered urban thriller about…

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Review: ‘Mermaids’

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As eccentric mother-daughter films go, this one [from the novel by Patty Dann] falls into the same category as Terms of Endearment, with many of the same comedic pleasures and dramatic pitfalls.

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