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Review: ‘A’

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An intimate examination of the enigmatic Aum Shinrikyo religious group begun six months after it made world headlines in 1995 by releasing sarin gas in several crowded Tokyo subway stations, "A" is a…

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Review: ‘The Century’

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It requires a high degree of temerity for network television to believe that it can tell the story of the 20th century in a mere dozen hours (closer to nine hours, minus commercials and promos)…

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Review: ‘Jew-Boy Levi’

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Life in a slow-moving village in the Black Forest comes under the sway of the Nazi Party in "Jew-Boy Levi," an OK but predictable drama, leavened by flashes of humor, adapted from a 1982 play by late…

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Europe loves Bard

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Basking in the afterglow of its seven Academy Awards, "Shakespeare in Love" enjoyed significant upswings in Europe last week as its offshore cume soared to $74.7 million. Distrib United Intl…

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Review: ‘Good’

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Is "Good" good? Not particularly, though what's amazing about Michael Grandage's revival of C.P. Taylor's 1981 play is that so potentially inflammatory a piece of writing should seem so defanged. At…

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