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Review: 'The Bride'

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Production departs from the host of other Frankensteins in its bright visual look, its lush Maurice Jarre score, its view of women, its younger characters, and its romantic scope.

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Review: 'Perfect'

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Perfect pretends to be an old-fashioned love story dressed up in leotards, but more than anything else, it's a film about physical attraction. Set in the world of journalism, pic is guilty of the…

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Review: 'Steaming'

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On film, Steaming lacks the impact it had on stage. The ebullience and sheer fun of the original [play by Nell Dunn] have mostly disappeared and, although this is by no means an earnest women's lib…

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Review: 'Marie'

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Marie is a powerfully-made political melodrama, the many strengths of which are vitiated only by the relative familiarity of the expose, little person-vs.-the establishment framework. Sissy Spacek…

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Review: 'Eleni'

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Adapted from Nicholas Gage's best-selling book about his search for the truth about his mother, who was executed by the communists in Greece in the late 1940s, pic has the most noble of intentions…

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