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Review: ‘Painted Hero’

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Rodeo drama "Painted Hero" should barrel through an extremely limited theatrical rollout before lassoing moderate vid rentals among fans of singer Dwight Yoakam. The country crooner turns in a…

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Medavoy Rises Atop Phoenix

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Nearly two years after ankling the chairmanship of TriStar Pictures, Mike Medavoy has announced his return to Sony Pictures Entertainment with the formation of the aptly named Phoenix Pictures. The…

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Clarifications

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Kushner-Locke Intl. is handling international licensing for director Dan Ireland’s “The Whole Wide World” (Variety Nov. 27-Dec. 3), a Sundance Film Festival contender. Rysher Entertainment was…

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Review: ‘Our Republic’

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In "Repubblica Nostra," Paris-based Italian documaker Daniele Incalcaterra takes on the unenviable task of elucidating Italy's chaotic political circus for the uninitiated. Chronicling the 10-month…

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Scribe Perk Predicament

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Fledgling screenwriter Jodi Johnson recently put her spec script “Joyce’s Ashes” on the market, but she’s already surprised by the process. If a sale is made, it does not automatically bring her…

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Review: ‘Boxers’

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Asensitively handled meditation on the four seasons of life as witnessed by four professional fighters at various stages of their careers, "Boxers" astutely sidesteps the cliches of its widely…

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MPAA Ratings

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R “Bloodsport2″ (Transcontinental Film Corp.); “for nonstop martial arts violence.” “Grim” (A-Pix Entertainment); “for horror violence and gore, and for language.” “Hollow Point” (Filmline Intl.)…

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Review: ‘Motel’

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In spite of some striking images and a cast of memorably wacky characters, "Motel" is a quirky, too-arty-for-its-own-good pic that never fully comes to life. Opened Dec. 1 in Quebec, it is only…

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