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Review: 'Nomads'

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Nomads avoids the more obvious ripped-guts devices in favor of dramatic visual scares. Director John McTiernan even has some kind of a love interest in his story without cluttering up the plot with…

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Review: 'Fool for Love'

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Robert Altman directs a fine cast with all the authority and finesse a good play deserves, so it's too bad the play fooled them all. Sam Shepard's drama of intense, forbidden love in the modern West…

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Review: 'The Sure Thing'

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The Sure Thing is at heart a sweetly old-fashioned look at the last lap of the coming-of-age ordeal in which the sure thing becomes less important than the real thing. Realization may not be earth…

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Review: 'Silverado'

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Rather than relying on legendary heroes of Westerns past, writer-director Lawrence Kasdan with his brother Mark have used their special talent to create a slew of human scale characters against a…

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Review: 'Lost in America'

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Film opens on Albert Brooks and wife Julie Hagerty in bed on eve of their move to a $450,000 house and also what Brooks presumes will be his promotion to a senior exec slot in a big ad agency. Brooks…

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Review: 'Detective'

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Detective is a quintessential Godard pic that's more Grand Hotel than film noir. The plot, as much as it matters, involves four groups of people, or 'families' whose paths intersect in the lobbies…

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Review: 'A Chorus Line'

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Director Richard Attenborough has not solved the problem of bringing the 1975 musical A Chorus Line to the screen, but he at least got it there after nearly a decade of diddling around by others.

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