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Review: 'I.Q.'

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The conceit of this 1950s-set yarn is that the world's most famous scientist, Albert Einstein (Walter Matthau), realizes that his egghead niece is in need of some heart massaging. She has a stuffy…

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Review: 'Quiz Show'

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A national scandal that arguably inflicted an early wound on the American postwar moral fiber is smoothly dramatized in Robert Redford's Quiz Show, with colorful, bright characters playing out a…

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Review: 'Milk Money'

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The premise of Milk Money could curdle in your stomach, and the execution of the idea is just plain rancid. With a tip of the hat to the performers, this is a misguided comedy with Hall of Shame…

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Review: 'Huozhe'

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A family drama set across 30 years of modern Chinese history, Zhang Yimou's To Live is a well-crafted but in no way earth-shaking entry in the helmer's oeuvre, topped by finely judged perfs by Gong…

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Review: 'Crooklyn'

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Both annoying and vibrant, casually plotted and deeply personal, Spike Lee's Crooklyn ends up being as compelling as it is messy. Fictionalized look at the filmmaker's family life during the early…

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Review: 'Widows' Peak'

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There's more old-fashioned blarney on show in Widows' Peak than at a shamrock-growers' convention. One-two-three teaming of Mia Farrow, Joan Plowright and Natasha Richardson manages to keep the…

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