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Review: 'Midnight Run'

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Midnight Run shows that Robert De Niro can be as wonderful in a comic role as he is in a serious one. Pair him, a gruff ex-cop and bounty hunter, with straight man Charles Grodin, his captive, and…

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Review: 'Far North'

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In his film directing debut, Sam Shepard forsakes the fevered elliptical prose flights of his plays, for a straightforward approach of surprising flatness and sentimentality that never gets airborne…

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Review: 'Biloxi Blues'

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Biloxi Blues is an agreeable but hardly inspired film version of Neil Simon's second installment of his autobiographical trilogy, which bowed during the 1984-85 season. Even with high-powered talents…

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Review: 'Rain Man'

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Raymond Babbitt (Dustin Hoffman) is an autistic savant, a person extremely limited in some mental areas and extremely gifted in others. His younger brother, hard-driving luxury car dealer Charlie…

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Review: 'Inji Kau'

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Rouge is a classy, elegant, artistic, believable and enjoyable love story with a ghost framework [from the 1987 novel by Lilian Lee]. The movie is set in colorful 1900 and retells the sad story of a…

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Review: 'D.O.A.'

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An excessively morbid and unsubtle second remake of the 1949 film noir classic, D.O.A. remains unbelievable and unappealing despite a barnstorming central performance by Dennis Quaid.

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