James Keegan

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'Marley & Me'
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Review: 'Marley & Me'

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All that really counts for a movie like "Marley & Me" is that the climactic scenes empty the audiences' tear ducts, and in this it succeeds to the point that theater managers may need to mop the…

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Review: 'The Ice Storm'

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A well-observed and deftly performed examination of upper-middle-class emotional deep freeze, "The Ice Storm" is an intelligent, adult American film. Pic reps another insightful look at family and…

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Review: 'Basquiat'

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The second movie this year to feature Andy Warhol and the New York art scene as a backdrop, albeit in a different decade, "Basquiat" is a decently modest, though decidedly unexciting, attempt to…

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