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Review: ‘Spider’

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David Cronenberg's obsessions with multidimensional reality, warped perceptions and the dark recesses of the mind come together in a mesmerizing fashion in "Spider," an unsettling psycho-chiller…

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Review: ‘The Cuckoo’

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The premise of the film --a Russian, a Finn and a Lapp who can't understand each other thogether in a tiny backwoods hut -- sounds like the beginning of a good joke, and Alexander Rogozhkin's "The…

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Review: ‘Insomnia’

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While it may not be as stylistically idiosyncratic as "Memento," "Insomnia" is a gripping, highly dramatic thriller that more than confirms the distinctive talent of young Brit helmer Christopher…

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Review: ‘Our Father’

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Life in a small community in the African nation of Chad is vividly evoked in "Our Father," writer-director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's follow-up to "Bye Bye Africa," which was a prizewinner at Venice in…

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Review: ‘G’

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Christopher Scott Cherot's "G" is less an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" than a reimagining of it. And it's that loosening of the literary bonds that frees it from a text that…

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