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Review: 'The War Zone'

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British actor Tim Roth proves he is also a gifted director with "The War Zone," an intimate, sharply observed drama about a working-class family torn apart by incest and parental abuse.

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Review: 'Jawbreaker'

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More stylish than "Heathers," but not nearly as witty or engaging, "Jawbreaker" is a reworking of the 1989 movie, a semi-dark, semi-campy high school satire with elements from "Carrie," "Nightmare on…

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Review: 'The Invisibles'

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Pity those poor, heroin-addicted rock stars and fashion models, suffering their ennui while docked in Paree: Truly, it must be tough being a living cliche. To its credit, B&W U.S. indie feature "The…

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Review: 'Sisters 3'

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Those looking for a complex, cerebral deconstruction of Chekhov, as in Andre Gregory's "Vanya," beware! Michele Palermo's play, which is billed as "loosely inspired" by Chek-hov's "Three Sisters,"…

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Review: 'Kisses and Hugs'

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Paolo Virzi's bittersweet comedy "Kisses and Hugs" sticks close to the setting, tone and ensemble structure of his 1997 hit and Venice Grand Jury Prize-winner "Ovosodo" (Hard-Boiled Eggs), and again…

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Review: 'Go'

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Customized to appeal to heat-seeking young audiences by brandishing as many trendy, edgy elements as possible, Go is an overly calculated concoction that nonetheless delivers a pretty good rush. Doug…

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