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Review: ‘Wasteland’

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You don't fully realize how annoying people in their late 20s can be until watching this sudsy drama from that impresario of innuendo, Kevin Williamson. He gave the world hip horror pics with…

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Review: ‘Harsh Realm’

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In this latest futuristic allegory weighing the various merits of good and evil, Chris Carter doesn't tell us that "the truth is out there." Rather, the "X-Files" creator and acknowledged king of…

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Review: ‘Roswell’

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The sci-fi genre gets a much-needed shot in the arm from this poignant allegory about the burdens and mysteries of the teen years. Although "Roswell," the entertaining brainchild of Jason Katims ("My…

  • Film

Review: ‘Roswell’

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The sci-fi genre gets a much-needed shot in the arm from this poignant allegory about the burdens and mysteries of the teen years. Although "Roswell," the entertaining brainchild of Jason Katims ("My…

  • Film

Review: ‘Buddy Boy’

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A morbid study of voyeurism and alienation, "Buddy Boy" is Catholic Guilt in spades. Ultimately, this catalogue of degradation and madness doesn't quite succeed in creating the Gothic mood presumably…

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Review: ‘Grey Owl’

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With "Grey Owl," Richard Attenborough has attempted to craft another grand "Gandhi"-like biopic with a sociopolitical message, but this ambitious effort falls far short of the seasoned filmmaker's…

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Review: ‘Mnemonic’

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Forget America's claim. In Theatre de Complicite's "Mnemonic," it's the united states of Europe that's the great melting pot. The adventurous company's newest work, which premiered at the Salzburg…

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