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Review: 'Kilt'

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You know it's the mark of a fine writer when he manages to make honest emotional connections between a kilted, gay, table dancer and an aging army officer who, during the Second World War, fell in…

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Fox snares 'em

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Twentieth Century Fox's "Entrapment" snared an impressive $20.7 million in its opening weekend, according to studio projections, enough to break the April release record of $20.4 million set by…

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Inside move

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At the ever-contracting Disney, exec veepees Nina Jacobson and Todd Garner look poised to take responsibility for the departing Buena Vista Motion Picture Group prexy David Vogel's duties, according…

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Spring's B.O. woes

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Exhibitors in many territories were cursing Hollywood last week as a bunch of U.S. loser pics ventured abroad, deepening the B.O. malaise in most of Europe and Asia.

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Review: 'Redball'

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Jon Hewitt's gritty no-budget second feature is a powerful depiction of police corruption in an Australian city. It's familiar territory, and the police-procedural thriller is a staple of Aussie TV…

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Review: 'Hushabye Mountain'

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Hushabye Mountain" isn't the first Jonathan Harvey play to need severe editing, but neither is it the first to display an invaluable authorial strength that can't be edited out: genuine heart. For…

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Review: 'Rat Race'

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Intriguing but unsatisfying, "Rat Race" recalls the grimy futuristic visions of Godard's "Alphaville" and Von Trier's "The Element of Crime," to occasionally striking effect. But murky story…

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