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Review: ‘Saturn’

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"Saturn" is a well-made but severely grim portrait of a young man trying to cope with an overload of emotional and psychological pressures. This Gotham-produced low-budgeter is far too bleak and…

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Review: ‘Kilt’

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You know it's the mark of a fine writer when he manages to make honest emotional connections between a kilted, gay, table dancer and an aging army officer who, during the Second World War, fell in…

Review: ‘Willy Chirino’

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A call for shouts and screams from the Cubans helping to pack the Conga Room to overflow Friday night came up a bit weak, which was actually a positive sign for Willy Chirino: The records he's made…

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Review: ‘Wagner’

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AKafkaesque fantasy warmed by loopy humor and a luminous lead perf, tyro feature helmer Andrey Slabakov's "Wagner" delights for some time --- though this seriocomic whimsy goes on too long and ends…

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Review: ‘Redball’

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Jon Hewitt's gritty no-budget second feature is a powerful depiction of police corruption in an Australian city. It's familiar territory, and the police-procedural thriller is a staple of Aussie TV…

Review: ‘Underworld’

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The debate, and it was continuing in the lengthy lines leading into the Santa Monica Civic, concerned the pop nature of Underworld's new V2 disc, "Beaucoup of Fish," and how it would make its way…

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