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Review: ‘I.D.’

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London bobbies come face to face with their own personal hell as they go undercover to root out soccer hooligans in i.d., a raw-steak drama that packs a wallop when it's on form but suffers an…

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Review: ‘Fluke’

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Intended for children as well as their parents, Fluke, the dramatic tale of a dog who was once a man, is strange family fare, a non-formulaic pic that tries to blend the expected magic of animal…

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Review: ‘Kids’

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Disturbing precisely because it is so believable, Kids goes well beyond any previous American film in frankly describing the lives of at least a certain group of modern teenagers. Celebrated…

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Review: ‘Congo’

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Michael Crichton's bestseller is the only ostensible star in Congo, so it's surprising the book doesn't receive better treatment. Dumbed down considerably, the movie is opulent and action-packed but…

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Review: ‘Outbreak’

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Rather like the mutated virus that propels its story, Outbreak starts out as one movie and becomes another before it's over. While the first one is considerably more frightening and plausible than…

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