David Cronenberg’s first film, the 1975 horror movie “Shivers,” is getting a remake from producers Jeff Sackman and Michael Baker. The project was unveiled Friday at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival…
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I'm death warmed over. You're death warming up," a dying AIDS patient advises a Stage 4 cancer victim in "I'm Losing You," and the exchange sums up the excessive morbidity that consumes the piece…
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The Last Time I Saw Paris is an engrossing romantic drama that tells a good story with fine performances and an overall honesty of dramatic purpose.
Performances are of top quality all down the line, with Gable and Turner pacing the playing. Story line makes a direct play for the tear ducts and has heart. These two factors overcome some patness…
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