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Review: ‘Two Much’

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Antonio Banderas amply proves himself as a romantic lead, injecting charm, energy and comedic skill into uneven material in "Two Much," an English-language feature from Spanish helmer Fernando…

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Review: ‘Loch Ness’

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Ted Danson goes beastie-hunting in "Loch Ness," an old-fashioned family pic with feel-good to spare. OK playing by Danson, an excellent perf by Joely Richardson and a bighearted score by Trevor Jones…

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Review: ‘Unforgettable’

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"Unforgettable" doesn't linger in the memory. Cult modern noir-meister John Dahl's yarn of a forensic scientist obsessed with discovering his wife's murderer packs an explosive punch in its opening…

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Review: ‘X,Y’

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Aplacid comedy about conniving to conceive, "X,Y" is a slightly overlong two-hander that tackles contemporary issues pegged to romance, ethics, the law of the jungle and test-tube babies. Although…

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Review: ‘My Man’

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A deliriously happy hooker recruits a pimp under delightfully absurd circumstances in "My Man." Veteran iconoclast Bertrand Blier wouldn't know a politically correct approach if it sat in his lap…

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