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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: 'The Bodyguard'

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No wonder this Lawrence Kasdan script was on the shelf for more than a decade: in the custody of director Mick Jackson, it proves a jumbled mess with a few enjoyable moments but little continuity or…

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Review: 'Noises Off'

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Michael Frayn's [1982] play centered on a theatrical company bumbling through the British provinces in a silly sex comedy, Nothing On. With the first act taken up with a disastrous dress rehearsal…

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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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Review: 'Married to It'

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Auds seeking the wit and polish or an Alan Alda on Neil Simon adult ensemble comedy dealing with the ups and downs of marriage will do best to move on. This Arthur Hiller-directed version unfolds…

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