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Review: ‘The Ripper’

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Jack the Ripper comes loping again out of the 1888 London fog in yet another version of his crimes, his motives and his often-surmised, never-proved identity. Deadly dull and begging, entry imported…

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Review: ‘The Fifties’

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Eight-hour historical doc based on the provocative David Halberstam tome "The Fifties" carries the depth and vitality of a true definitive work, painstakingly deconstructing one of our most…

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Review: ‘The Fifties’

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Eight-hour historical doc based on the provocative David Halberstam tome "The Fifties" carries the depth and vitality of a true definitive work, painstakingly deconstructing one of our most…

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Review: ‘Vaudeville’

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Greg Palmer's created a worthy account of vaudeville, found good film clips, brought forth enough ex-vaudevillians to reminisce, and has penned an enlightening, often witty observation on an art form…

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Review: ‘The Love Bug’

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German engineering meets American fantasy (again) in this tepid remake of the hugely successful 1969 original "The Love Bug" --- which was, astonishingly, the highest-grossing film in the United…

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Review: ‘The Love Bug’

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German engineering meets American fantasy (again) in this tepid remake of the hugely successful 1969 original "The Love Bug" --- which was, astonishingly, the highest-grossing film in the United…

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Review: ‘Snowden on Ice’

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To no one's surprise, exec producer Gary Smith and director Dwight Hemion have turned in a holiday-period special that's a pleasantry, and have also resurrected that by-the-wayside novelty, a…

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