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Review: 'Juice'

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Spike Lee cinematographer Ernest Dickerson starts off the pic promisingly, introducing a well-played quartet of New York ghetto youths and exploring their lives and frustrations in what could almost…

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Review: 'El Mariachi'

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Almost certainly, at $7,000, the cheapest film ever released by a major Hollywood studio, Columbia's pickup El Mariachi is a fresh, resourceful first feature by 24-year-old Austin filmmaker Robert…

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Review: 'Toys'

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Only a filmmaker with Barry Levinson's clout would have been so indulged to create such a sprawling, seemingly unsupervised mess as Toys, a painful exercise that makes Hudson Hawk look like a modest…

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Review: 'Mo' Money'

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Damon Wayans and his younger brother Marlon make a terrific comedy team in Mo' Money. Loosely structured film has trouble meshing its very funny gag scenes with rough action footage, but it should…

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Review: 'Howards End'

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E. M. Forster's Howards End makes a most compelling drama, perhaps the best film made during the 30-year partnership of Ismail Merchant and James Ivory. Longtime Merchant Ivory collaborator Ruth…

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Review: 'City of Joy'

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A picture divided against itself, City of Joy is half American-style gangster melodrama and half inspirational social consciousness. Impressively produced in Calcutta's teeming poverty-ridden streets…

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Review: 'Ruby'

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Danny Aiello and Sherilyn Fenn's earnest, first-rate performances can't overcome strewed story elements of this otherwise well-put-together drama [from Stephen Davis' play Love Field]. Highly…

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