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Review: ‘To Matthieu’

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Charting similar ground to last year's far more effective "Human Resources" by Laurent Cantet, "According to Matthieu" is a solemnly self-important exercise, from its Gospel title to its thundering…

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Review: ‘In July’

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German-born Turk Fatih Akin makes an impressive career swerve with "In July," an odd-couple road movie that's streets removed from his gritty, "Boyz N the Hood"-like debut, "Short Sharp Shock" (1998).

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Review: ‘Brother 2’

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Those laconic Chechen war buddies bring their mob action to America in "Brother 2," sibling to the hugely popular 1997 domestic hit "Brother." Marred by a casually vicious streak of racism in the…

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Review: ‘Hysteric’

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Made with a care and obvious intelligence that's way above the worth of its material, "Hysteric" is "Natural Born Trash," Japanese existential style. Tale of a female student teacher lured into a…

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Review: ‘Bamboozled’

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As angry and polemical as "Do the Right Thing," but not as powerful or accomplished, Spike Lee's "Bamboozled" is an ambitious satire on race and ratings, centering on the stereotypical imagery of…

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Review: ‘Hochelaga’

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Set among Montreal's warring biker gangs, "Hochelaga" is a gritty pic about a young man's initiation into this violent milieu. The bloody conflict in Quebec between the local Hell's Angels and bitter…

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