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Review: 'Second Name'

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The somber, graceful chiller "Second Name" is better plotted than played. Debuting director Paco Plaza's insistence on telling his tale with minimum ornamentation and maximum understatement works in…

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Review: 'Fidel'

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Even to those who believe that the time may be nigh for the U.S. to reevaluate its decades-long demonizing of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, the slavish derriere-bussing afforded him via Estela Bravo's…

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Review: 'Border Line'

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The tragicomic struggle of adults to be good parents receives a sly rumination in Lee Sang-Il's "Border Line." Set against a dreary modern Japan, pic tells a trio of interconnected stories…

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Review: 'They'

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Who and what are "They"? "They" go bump in the night: the monsters in the closet, the things that hide under the bed, the shadows that move across bedroom walls. "They" are every 6-year-old's night…

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Review: 'Extreme Ops'

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Action pics rarely come much more blandly generic than "Extreme Ops," an instantly forgettable snow-and-stuntwork extravaganza that likely will be upstaged by an avalanche of more appealing…

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