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Review: ‘Dogma’

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A very vulgar pro-faith comedy rather than a sacrilegious goof, "Dogma" is an extraordinarily uneven film that significant cutting might be able to transform into a playable one. As it currently…

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Review: ‘Rosetta’

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Anchored by a performance of grim determination and almost feral instincts from its lead actress, "Rosetta" is an extremely small European art movie from Belgian brothers Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne…

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Review: ‘Deterrence’

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Though not in the same class as the celebrated '60s nuclear-confrontation pics --- "Fail Safe," "The Bedford Incident" and especially "Dr. Strangelove" --- "Deterrence" is nevertheless an effective…

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Review: ‘Rose’s’

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A perfectly scaled tale of small-town murder, alienation and floral arrangement, "Rose's" reps extremely confident writing and helming from Frank Patterson, who here steps up from genre cheapies to…

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Review: ‘Moloch’

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Alexander Sokurov has been carving out a rep for himself among serious festgoers in recent years, culminating in what some saw as his finest work, the 1997 "Mother and Son," a sublimely poetic mood…

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