Some classic gangster-movie tropes are taken for a ride in helmer Sally El Hosaini's "My Brother the Devil."
"They're a bit frightened of me," Conrad Rooks told the press in 1967, "but they shouldn't be." Rooks was referring to Universal, the heavyweight studio led by Lew Wasserman, which had bought the…
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Executive producers, Robert Rohdie, Michael Derrick, Alan Ginsburg, Gary Stetson, Mike Wojciechowski.
This sluggish bundle of stylized anachronisms is intended as a genre-leaping mind puzzle, but even the most patient auds will give up the game long before its drawn-out denouement. Look for a quick…
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