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Review: 'Exiled'

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Taut IRA thriller set in Queens, N.Y., is a solid effort that lifts the lid on underground activities far more authentically than a number of bigger-budget pics have managed. Startlingly downbeat…

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Review: 'So Mambo'

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Continuing a season in which national television recruits are bringing new blood to Italian screen comedies, "So Mambo" represents the latest successful crossover, this time for writer-director Luca…

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Review: 'Carnivale'

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Screenplay, Greg Haddrick, original story, Taylor. Camera (color), Peadar O'Reilly; editor, Gerry Grogan; music, Stephen McKeon; production designer/storyboard, Taylor; animation director, Paul…

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Review: 'Richard II'

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The Stratford Festival cannot be lauded for great Shakespeare this season (with the exception of William Hutt's magnificent rendering of Prospero in "The Tempest"), but its production of "Richard II"…

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Review: 'Post Mortem'

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Montreal helmer Louis Belanger makes an impressive feature-film debut with "Post Mortem," a strange, absorbing tale of love, crime and redemption. Story of a single mother with a penchant for illegal…

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Review: 'A Reasonable Man'

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Inspired by a true South African case from 1933, as well as ongoing contempo ones, "A Reasonable Man" is a thoughtful courtroom drama that chews over such unfashionable questions -- in mainstream…

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Diana Scarwid has joined the cast of DreamWorks' “What Lies Beneath” for director Robert Zemeckis. Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer star in the supernatural murder mystery. Scarwid, who was…

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