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Review: ‘Besame Mucho’

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"Besame Mucho," the striking sophomore effort of the young, talented Israeli director Joseph Pitchhadze, fulfills the promise he showed in his 1996 feature debut, "Under Western Eyes." With its wide…

Review: ‘Parade’

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Most composers of Broadway musicals are not be found in a St. Paul orchestra pit on a Tuesday night conducting a hinterlands tour of their own work. But for Jason Robert Brown, Harold Prince and the…

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Review: ‘Loners’

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Come to laugh at yourself," urge the ads for "Loners," a dryly funny and benevolently shrewd second feature from director David Ondricek. Pic eschews older generation elements of writer Petr…

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Review: ‘Angels!’

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Camp doesn't get shabbier than Rico Martinez's vid-shot "Angels!," sending up both "Charlie's Angels" and "Austin Powers" but unable to keep up the comic energy. Attitude of filmmaking sends message…

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