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Led by a brilliant Mia Wasikowska as an introverted teenager whose personal and sexual awakening arrives with the unraveling of a macabre family mystery, this exquisitely designed and scored pic will…
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Ten years after his sex 'n' action cult classic "Naked Killer," prolific multi-hyphenate producer Wong Jing has come up with another exercise in high-gloss, low-taste tease that looks set for…
A throwback to bygone historical adventures, "The Ghost and the Darkness" is a classy, high-gloss yarn with sterling production values, fine performances and breathtaking vistas. It's a literate and…
It's axiomatic in Hollywood that everyone can be bought, so it's too bad that Hollywood couldn't come up with a better way to express one of its most cherished beliefs than "Indecent Proposal." A…
In undertaking the transmutation into screen fare of the novel which first escalatored Ernest Hemingway to renown, producer Darryl F. Zanuck doesn't gloss over key plot twist that Tyrone Power plays…
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