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Review: 'Raising Cain'

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Brian De Palma's modest-budget ($11 million) thriller Raising Cain is a superficial, often risible, exercise in pure aesthetics. As a showcase for John Lithgow's acting talents and a visual tour de…

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Review: 'Amazon'

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Shot in CinemaScope with an international B-movie cast playing foreigners at the ends of their ropes in the Brazilian jungle, Amazon plays like a dualer that might have been made in the 1960s by Sam…

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Review: 'Venice/Venice'

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Venice/Venice represents the definition of a vanity production. Sliding way over the line between personal cinema and egotism, Henry Jaglom's ninth feature lacks either the colorful characters or…

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Review: 'Night on Earth'

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Jim Jarmusch's existential comedy Night on Earth is an easy-to-take followup to his previous pic Mystery Train. Beginning with an outer-space shot gradually zeroing in on planet Earth, the director…

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Review: 'Into the West'

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Into the West is a likable but modest pic about two Dublin moppets who take to the hills on a beautiful white stallion. Scripter Jim Sheridan, whose My Left Foot and The Field showed outsiders coping…

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