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Review: ‘Mr. Wrong’

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Ellen has found a movie vehicle that's sui DeGeneres in Mr. Wrong. The saga of how the perfect mate evolves into the date from hell has an underlying darkness that may surprise and put off some of…

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Review: ‘Ed’

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; Editor serves up a reasonable premise for a comic fantasy kidpic - a chimp good enough to play professional baseball - and has no idea what to do with it. Almost painfuly modest in its ambition and…

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Review: ‘Striptease’

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A dark comedy about sleaze, corruption and naughty behavior below the Bible Belt, Striptease doesn't quite come off. Writer-director Andrew Bergman has good fun sending up the weak morals, outrageous…

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Review: ‘Jude’

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Young English actress Kate Winslet adds luster and energy to Jude, a bold and generally successful attempt to adapt Thomas Hardy's final novel, Jude the Obscure, to the bigscreen. Late-19th-century…

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Review: ‘Habit’

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Another hip vampire drama set in New York's East Village, small budget indie Habit manages to impress with plausible scripting, first-rate performances and an unsettling mood of mounting dread.

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