Oded Fehr

  • Film

Review: 'Inescapable'

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After middlebrow romance "Cairo Time," Canadian helmer-writer Ruba Nadda returns to a Middle Eastern setting to try her hand at political thriller "Inescapable"; the results do not impress.

Marketplace

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Review: 'Sleeper Cell'

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If the mandate of pay TV (and increasingly TV in general) is to provoke and challenge conventions, then Showtime has surely done so with the premise and scheduling pattern of this 10-hour limited…

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Review: 'Texas Rangers'

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Sneaking into town without any advance screenings after nearly two years in the Dimension stockade, "Texas Rangers" has the frustrating feel of a rousing, epic oater sadly compromised. To be sure…

UC: Undercover
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Review: 'UC: Undercover'

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Heavily steeped in cop show and action adventure roots, "UC: Undercover" takes its cue from amusement park thrill rides. Director Tony Bill gives viewers jolts and scares from the opening segment to…