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Review: 'Angie'

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"Angie" is a skin-deep feel-good movie about such less-than-breezy issues as a broken engagement, childbirth, single motherhood, infant infirmities and discovering brutal truths about your parents…

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Review: 'Umbrellas'

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Veteran verite helmer Albert Maysles adds his name to this highly original and structurally flawless collaboration between Henry Corra and Grahame Weinbren. An ambitious documentary about an…

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Playing Hollywood's game

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While Europe's national film cultures buckle before the industrial might of Hollywood, European money and talent nonetheless are carving out an increasingly prominent role in the international movie…

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Review: 'Tirano Banderas'

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Shot in Havana and Mexico, pic is presumably intended to be a sweeping period study of a bizarre Latin American tyrant in the 1920s but instead wheezes out as a disjointed, boring and superficial…

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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 stuck in the thankless job of protecting the widow of a U.S. president. Neither truly likes…

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