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Review: 'Casino'

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In fascinating detail and with dazzling finesse, "Casino" lays out how the mob controlled and ultimately lost Las Vegas. Martin Scorsese's intimate epic about money, sex and brute force is a grandly…

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Review: 'Goldeneye'

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James Bond is definitely back in business with "Goldeneye." Among the better of the 17 Bonds and, perhaps more important for today's audience, a dynamic action entry in its own right, this first 007…

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Review: 'Reckless'

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If weird were automatically wonderful, "Reckless" would be a nonpareil delight. But this twisted fairy tale, adapted from the stage, is a grossly misfired entertainment that squanders the talents of…

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Review: 'Splendora'

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Musical numbers: "In Our Hearts," "How Like Heaven," "Don't Get Me Started," "Pretty Boy," "Home/Say Goodnight," "Poor Sad Thing," "A Hymn to Her," "Up at Dawn," "In Small and Simple Ways," "Warms My…

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Review: 'Joe & Joe'

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Shot for $ 35,000 on Super 16 (impressively blown to 35mm for its bow at the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival), David Wall's "Joe & Joe" is a sweet-natured little comedy that doesn't quite overcome its…

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Par, Cruise Firm Pact

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Tom Cruise and producing partner Paula Wagner last week renewed their relationship with Paramount Pictures, inking a new three-year nonexclusive production deal. As recently as summer, sources said…

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Review: 'Haunted'

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"Haunted" is a jazzed-up British programmer of the kind that companies like Amicus used to crank out in the '60s. Anchored by solid local talent and toplined by Aidan Quinn as the statutory Yank in…

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