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Review: ‘Occident’

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A bittersweet comedy tracing young Eastern Europeans' desire to immigrate to the west, "Occident" shows this trend as both inevitable and sad. Here director Cristian Mungiu shakes his head sadly at…

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Review: ‘Owned’

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The surprisingly lengthy history of "hacking" -- stretching back before the personal-computer era to '60s countercultural "phone phreaking" -- is limned in Jennifer Read's diverting docu "Owned."…

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Review: ‘Red Bear’

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Returning to the fringes of Buenos Aires society depicted in his starkly realistic first feature "Bolivia," young Argentine helmer Israel Adrian Caetano attempts a bold if not always successful mix…

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Review: ‘12’

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Equal parts L.A. love story, "The Importance of Being Earnest," spoof on Greek gods and personal diary of actual events from 1988 to 1998 (when the pic was being lensed), Lawrence Bridges'…

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Review: ‘Bad Company’

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"Bad Company" arrives one week after "The Sum of All Fears," another glossy entertainment that pivots on the possibility of nuclear terrorism. It's almost impossible to enjoy this uneven but mostly…

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