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Review: 'War and Peace'

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"War and Peace" is a frightening examination of the continuing confrontation between nuclear neighbors India and Pakistan. Exhaustive treatment given this volatile subject by radical filmmaker Anand…

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Review: 'Good Hands'

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While on the lam in a small Estonian burg, an attractive Latvian thief with ice water in her veins learns the value of loving and being loved before moving on to more mischief in engaging charmer…

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Review: 'Baader'

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It's perhaps fitting that "Baader," Christopher Roth's sure-to-be-controversial biopic about '70s West German celebrity terrorist Andreas Baader and his rise from small-time car thief to leader of…

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    The Equalizer

    Daily Gross:$8.2M

    Cume to09.28.14: $34.1M

    The Equalizer

    1
    Daily:$8.2M Cumulative:$34.1M Sony / Columbia -39.59%
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    The Boxtrolls

    Daily Gross:$4.9M

    Cume to09.28.14: $17.3M

    The Boxtrolls

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    Daily:$4.9M Cumulative:$17.3M Focus -34.47%
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    The Maze Runner

    Daily Gross:$4.3M

    Cume to09.28.14: $58.0M

    The Maze Runner

    3
    Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$58.0M Fox -46.49%

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Review: 'A Painful Pair'

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A young couple can literally feel each other's physical discomfort in "A Painful Pair," a DV-shot feature on the many aspects of love and infatuation that's sloppily developed and way overstretched…

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Review: 'Hart'

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A lightweight, Tuscan-set comedy about three women expecting babies, "Hart" slides between being pleasantly fresh and simply naif, like the title's childish misspelling of "heart." Debuting…

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Review: 'Julietta'

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Not even Leos Carax's "Pola X" was as loose an adaptation of a literary source as "Julietta," which spins Heinrich von Kleist's novella "The Marquise of O" into the trance-dance age as three…

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Review: 'A Tree of Palme'

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Sophomore feature by Takashi Nakamura, chief animation director on "Akira," among others, is an overlong, hopelessly confused mixture of kidtoon and grand spiritual statements, with not even a…

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Review: 'Nowhere'

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Noted Chilean writer Luis Sepulveda makes a forgettable directing bow in this Latin co-prod, set in an unidentified South American dictatorship in the 1980s. Though strong on extolling solidarity and…

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