Aided immeasurably by his keen ear for dialogue, David Chase filters the tumultuous, transformative '60s through the restrictive prism of conservative suburbia in this story of a New Jersey boy's…
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American Pop Anth-ology means two slightly different things.
A musically compelling but thematically awkward journey.
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