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Review: 'Color of Night'

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Color of Night" is a knuckleheaded thriller that means to get a rise out of audiences, but will merely make them see red. It's confounding and sad that director Richard Rush waited 14 years to make…

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Review: 'Andre'

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The first theatrical feature from the Kushner-Locke TV producing outfit, "Andre" is a good-natured family yarn with colorful seacoast locales, an amiable , pet-loving clan and a crafty, comical seal…

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Review: 'Boy Meets Girl'

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Ambition fatally exceeds reach in "Boy Meets Girl," a laudable attempt to push the envelope of British filmmaking that doesn't get much farther than first base. Chamber drama about a woman who keeps…

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Review: 'Deficiency'

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The rise of neo-Nazism in France forms the backdrop for first-timer David Rozenberg's "Deficiency." The quiet, brooding piece reflects an assured hand behind the camera that should find an…

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Review: 'Country Life'

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Latest entry in the upmarket Merchant-Ivory school of cinema is the Australian "Country Life," which has been cunningly adapted from Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" by writer/director/thesp Michael…

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