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Review: 'Facts of the Mind'

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TBS' two-hour "People Count" consists of three documentaries that provide an unblinking stare at some of Earth's aches and pains. The docu bloc kicks off with the one-hour "Facts of Life," whose…

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Review: 'Facts of Life'

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Today, we're gonna say it all," declares dying patriarch Dandy (Leland Crooke) near the start of David Beaird's "900 Oneonta," and boy, he ain't kidding. A Southern hothouse play to make the…

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Review: 'It's Pat'

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Ever hear the one about the pic that was too bad to be released, so it escaped? Well, that old joke now has a new punch line: "It's Pat," a shockingly unfunny "Saturday Night Live" spinoff that…

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Review: 'Camp Nowhere'

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Like poor little "Mud" Himmel, the hero of "Camp Nowhere" who is constantly upbraided by his nerdy parents for not realizing his "potential," this Hollywood Pictures comedy about a group of misfit…

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Review: 'Wagons East!'

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Wagons East!" records John Candy's final hours spent before the cameras and, unfortunately, they were far from his finest. Tepid one-joke comedy could provide a few yuks for kids, but everyone's…

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Review: 'S.F.W.'

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Asatirical spin through America's oft-reported fascination with celebrities, no matter how empty or facile, "S.F.W." tries hard to juice up a subject that feels done to death, even before Oliver…

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Review: 'Milk Money'

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The premise of "Milk Money" could curdle in your stomach, and the execution of the idea is just plain rancid. With a tip of the hat to the performers, this is a misguided comedy with Hall of Shame…

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Review: 'Chungking Express'

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Four years after his cult classic "Days of Being Wild," Hong Kong maverick stylist Wong Kar-wai trampolines back with a quicksilver magical mystery tour through the lives of a bunch of young downtown…

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