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Review: 'Pi'

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"Pi" reps a striking debut feature for writer-director Darren Aronofsky. Though pic is somewhat limited in terms of narrative and emotional drive -- not to mention commercial prospects -- by dint of…

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Review: 'Polish Wedding'

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A throwback to family comedies of yesteryear, "Polish Wedding," Theresa Connelly's feature directorial debut, provides a schmaltzy, old-fashioned chronicle of one large Polish-American family living…

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Review: 'Montana'

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Yet another comically hip riff on modern gangsters and hitmen, "Montana" offers too few new ideas on the genre to be worth the trip. Feminist slant on traditionally male territory, some occasionally…

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Review: 'Half Baked'

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"Half Baked" is just that. This late-'90s update of the classic stoner comedy is a couple of hash brownies short of a satisfying cinematic picnic, with far too few comic highs during the bigscreen…

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Review: 'Vassiliki'

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Beautifully shot and acted, the true story--based "Vassiliki" suffers from a major problem in its sexual politics that will turn off many viewers outside Greece. Referencing the tragic Greek civil…

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Review: 'Olympia'

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A yarn about pursuing one's dreams, however improbable, the modestly budgeted "Olympia" combines goofball situations and serious themes, to disarming effect. While pic has limited commercial…

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Review: 'To the Limit'

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Spanish producer Eduardo Campoy returns to helming after a five-year layoff with the ambitious serial-killer movie "To the Limit." Though slickly made and visually strong, pic all too clearly shows…

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