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Review: 'Birdy'

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William Wharton's psychosocial novel "Birdy," published in 1979, gives Naomi Wallace a checklist of titillating elements in theatrical vogue in recent years: nudity, homosexuality, racism and crude…

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Review: 'The Infidel'

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It's always fun to watch erudite and pompous moralists crash and burn. If a good dose of sexual perversion is what brings the bastards down, all the better. Playwright Bruce Norris focuses on just…

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Review: 'Bel Air'

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A lukewarm contempo revamp of "Sunset Boulevard," Christopher Coppola's digital feature "Bel Air" sports some minor-key drollery and amusing performance riffs but lacks the more penetrating satire…

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'Brock's' office smash

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In the high-stakes game of box office poker, Julia Roberts lately has been the ultimate trump card. Holding that card for the first time since last May, Universal didn't bother bluffing. It launched…

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