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Review: ‘Skallagrigg’

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"Skallagrigg" is a well-crafted and beautifully acted BBC production with solid theatrical potential. The marketing challenge will be to convince audiences this is not a story about disabled…

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Review: ‘Cradle Song’

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For those who've been waiting for a high-quality nun movie, "Cradle Song" will be blessed relief. Winner of special prizes from two juries in Montreal, this fourth Spanish-lingo version of Gregorio…

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Review: ‘Timecop’

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Despite a marketable concept and first-rate production values, director Peter Hyams delivers a curiously flat sci-fi comic-book actioner starring the ever limber Jean-Claude Van Damme. While an…

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Review: ‘Second Best’

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The agonizing process by which a withdrawn man and his troubled adopted son grow to know and love each other is minutely charted in "Second Best." Nicely acted, the film is nevertheless so modest in…

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Review: ‘Captives’

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Sharp direction and on-the-nose central performances by Tim Roth and Julia Ormond put some shine into "Captives," a dramatic love story between a con and a middle-class rebel that reps an interesting…

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Review: ‘Blue Sky’

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Two fine actors give among the best performances of their careers in "Blue Sky," a long-on-the-shelf Orion picture that deserves a good shot at theatrical life before being put out to video pasture…

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