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Review: 'Zorn'

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Lavish but cliched, Gunnar Hellstrom's biopic of turn-of-the-century Swedish painter Anders Zorn comes across as an empty shell with no insight into the man it depicts. It could, however, find an…

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Review: 'Amnesia'

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An offbeat, sometimes nightmarish black comedy about a soldier's revenge on his psychotic commanding officer when both are back in civvy street, "Amnesia" is an interesting enough entry for Latino…

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Review: 'Judicial Consent'

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"Judicial Consent" aspires to belong to the A league of suspense thrillers about female lawyers, like "Jagged Edge" with Glenn Close or Cher's vehicle, "Suspect." Its star, the always graceful Bonnie…

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Review: 'A Borrowed Life'

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This almost-three-hour helming debut from Wu Nien-Jen, who scripted such Hou Hsiao-Hsien epics as "A City of Sadness" and "The Puppetmaster" taxes the viewer's interest with obscure Taiwanese…

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Review: 'The Monster'

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A relatively harmless but by no means angelic misfit gets mistaken for a serial killer in "The Monster," the first actor-director outing by Roberto Benigni since "Johnny Stecchino." Though the…

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Review: 'Floating Islands'

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For the first half of his two-part play cycle "Floating Islands," playwright Eduardo Machado fulfills, as he is quoted saying in the program book, his "desperation to express my family's history,"…

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