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Review: 'Wagons East!'

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Wagons East! records John Candy's final hours spent before the cameras, and, unfortunately, they were far from his finest. Everyone's creative burners were on low heat for this woeful outing [from a…

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Review: 'Killer'

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Equal parts fresh observation and strained contrivance, Killer, a film noir with a twist, announces the promising directorial debut of Mark Malone. Pic features a mesmerizing central performance by…

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Review: 'Street Fighter'

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Jean-Claude Van Damme takes a career step backward in Street Fighter, a messy, basically plotless big-screen rendition of the popular multi-media game [Street Fighter II]. Film suffers from the same…

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Review: 'Nadja'

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Vampires stalk the netherworld of the downtown New York scene of Nadja, a lovely idea for a film that's been beautifully executed but slips too far off its narrative tracks to get where it wants to…

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Review: 'Threesome'

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Cute, sexy and funny, Threesome also manages to deftly capture the working out of personality and sexual identity that is part and parcel of the college years. Pic should establish writer-director…

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Review: 'Junior'

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No one can touch Ivan Reitman's record for turning high concepts into popular entertainment - really popular entertainment. His latest, the pregnant-man comedy Junior, is no exception. What separates…

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Review: 'The Specialist'

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Luis Llosa's "The Specialist" delivers plenty of bright fireballs while agreeably dispensing with the genre cliche of mad bomber fighting iron-willed hero amid a terrified populace. But pic fails to…

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