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Review: 'Voir Dire'

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Although it was written pre-O.J., Joe Sutton's "Voir Dire" is laden with eerie echoes of the Simpson trial -- which is fortunate or unfortunate, depending on your point of view. Fortunate, because it…

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Review: 'Scorpion Spring'

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All the elements of a solid hard-boiled crime drama are present in "Scorpion Spring," except for a coherent story -- and a measure of good taste. Debuting feature director Brian Cox shows impressive…

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Review: 'Fair Game'

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Destined to linger as a footnote if model Cindy Crawford -- who makes her bigscreen debut -- actually manages to go on to bigger and better things, "Fair Game" is otherwise notable only for its…

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Review: 'Throwing Down'

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Boasting a compelling narrative and a matching bravura visual style, "Throwing Down," an audaciously original crime drama, marks a splendid debut by writer-director Lawrence O'Neill. The deserved…

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Review: 'Crosscut'

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The surface (Tarantino-like) violence and the setting (a small logging town) may be new, but the core of "Crosscut," a drama of a criminal on the run, is not only familiar but old-fashioned. Even so…

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Review: 'Blood Money'

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If "Blood Money" were a movie (as it wishes it were), and if it had been made in 1950, and if we were to see it now on TV at 3 a.m., it might be a hoot. But as a new murder mystery for the stage…

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