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Review: 'The Rook'

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This sluggish bundle of stylized anachronisms is intended as a genre-leaping mind puzzle, but even the most patient auds will give up the game long before its drawn-out denouement. Look for a quick…

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Review: 'Salvation'

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This attractively lensed Sri Lankan feature -- the first by producing Aloka Films org -- offers a moral lesson or three in the emotionally straightforward, humanist tradition of Satyajit Ray. But as…

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Review: 'La Vie En Rose'

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Good locations and a fizzy, what-the-hell attitude save this messy mix of genre parody, class consciousness and arty intentions from withering. Pic could find a grudging home in some commercially…

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Review: 'Drop Zone'

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Given the dearth of similar product among this year's holiday releases, "Drop Zone" should benefit from being in the right place at the right time. As the only R-rated, hard-action thriller set for…

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Review: 'U.S. Go Home'

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In "U.S. Go Home," Claire Denis brings toughness and tenderness to the potentially touchy scenario of three teens determined to lose their virginity. Though it was made for French TV, this satisfying…

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Review: 'Felidae'

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Though it doesn't fit into any existing category of toon, "Felidae" is one of the best animated films to come out of Germany, and certainly the most daring. The theatrical potential of this adult…

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Review: 'Chasing Dreams'

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Though "Chasing Dreams" doesn't look to get far beyond fest and Euroweb showings, this likable Brit low-budgeter announces a potentially considerable talent in 22-year-old filmer Caleb Lindsay, who…

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Review: 'Peace and Love'

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Set in the mid-'70s amongst the residue of the hippy era, "Peace and Love" offers a low-key, sweetly derisive take on the revolutionary pipe dreams, inchoate ideology and doleful compromises of…

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