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Review: 'Black Box'

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Adapting to the screen "Black Box," the epistolary novel by Amos Oz, arguably Israel's most accomplished living writer, presents a major challenge that is only partially met by director Yeud Levanon.

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Review: 'Beg!'

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British grunge hits rock bottom in "Beg!," a chaotic mishmash of physical theater and gross-out schlocker that's as entertaining as a night in the morgue. Though avant-garde gatherings may bite, this…

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Review: 'Nightfire'

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Aslickly tooled erotic suspense story with a quartet of personable leads, "Nightfire" delivers the soft-core goods but falters in the last reel with some underwhelming thriller elements. Pruning…

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Review: 'Messenger'

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Norman Loftis' 1990 outing "Small Time" tracked a lowlife loser's doomed descent in pungent but sympathetic New York neorealist terms. His new feature works a similar beat with more technical polish…

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Review: 'The Wedding Gift'

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Made for television in the U.K. but getting a U.S. theatrical release, "The Wedding Gift" fits the general description of what TV viewers have come to know as disease-of-the-week movies, although it…

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