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Review: 'Motel Cactus'

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Notable mainly for restlessly inventive lensing from Hong Kong-based Chris Doyle in his first Korean effort, "Motel Cactus" is a largely tepid look at modern male-female relations. It draws few…

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Review: 'Two for Texas'

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The two hombres, riding through less-than-exciting happenings, meet up with Houston (a miscast Tom Skerritt, who insists on acting sternly historic). Houston wants to know about their past, so they…

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Review: 'Little Eyolf'

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It seems that Eyolf's ailment was the direct result of his parents' careless, if passionate, lovemaking: Ever since, he has been a specter of shame whom Rita would have been happier not having…

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Review: 'Fallen'

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As a high-concept mating of two familiar genres, the police story and the supernatural thriller, "Fallen," Gregory Hoblit's sophomore effort, is a movie that might frustrate aficionados of both…

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