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Review: 'The New Age'

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At one point in The New Age, the terminally stylish post-yuppie couple played by Peter Weller and Judy Davis put on their fanciest threads in order to commit double suicide, but can't go through with…

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Review: 'Broken Harvest'

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Part rites-of-passage movie, part meditation on the 'new' Ireland forged from the War of Independence and subsequent Civil War, Broken Harvest is a beautifully lensed but dramatically static pic that…

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Review: 'Leon'

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A dour and illiterate Italian hit man finds redemption in the company of a headstrong, orphaned girl in Luc Besson's Leon. Shooting entirely in English for the first time since his runaway local hit…

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Review: 'Guarding Tess'

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There's a little gem of an idea in Guarding Tess. The premise has a young, ambitious Secret Service agent (Nicolas Cage) stuck in the thankless job of protecting the widow (Shirley MacLaine) of a US…

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Review: 'Only You'

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Norman Jewison tries to revive some of the Moonstruck magic, via a side trip through Sleepless in Seattle, in Only You, a puff of romantic comedy set in a storybook Italy and populated by characters…

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Review: 'Black Beauty'

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Although already filmed three times in the sound era, Black Beauty has never been put onscreen faithfully or well, a situation partially remedied by this affecting, rather grave rendition of the…

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