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  • Film

Review: ‘In July’

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German-born Turk Fatih Akin makes an impressive career swerve with "In July," an odd-couple road movie that's streets removed from his gritty, "Boyz N the Hood"-like debut, "Short Sharp Shock" (1998).

  • Film

Review: ‘Crash Landing’

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A banner production for state-of-the-art mainstream filmmaking in China, "Crash Landing" is a highly enjoyable riff on 1970 disaster classic "Airport," with impressive digital effects, OK model work…

The Fugitive
  • TV

Review: ‘The Fugitive’

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Both the '60s series version of "The Fugitive" and the blockbuster theatrical combined an emotional component with a simple but ever-building action storyline, and the creators of this CBS remake…

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Review: ‘Hysteric’

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Made with a care and obvious intelligence that's way above the worth of its material, "Hysteric" is "Natural Born Trash," Japanese existential style. Tale of a female student teacher lured into a…

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Review: ‘To Matthieu’

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Charting similar ground to last year's far more effective "Human Resources" by Laurent Cantet, "According to Matthieu" is a solemnly self-important exercise, from its Gospel title to its thundering…

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