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'Kill the Messenger' tells a most maddening story

Few movies leave viewers as furious as "Kill the Messenger" does, for not only is the entire movie about be...

'The Notebook' details war's ripple effects

August 14, 1944, at a farm on the Hungarian border, a mother deposits her twin 12-year-old boys with their maternal g...

'The Good Lie' dramatizes the powerful truth about Sudanese refugees

"The Good Lie" tells the deeply moving story of four Sudanese refugees. Three brothers and their sister cou...

'Gone Girl' goes where few mysteries tread--into intriguing psychology

The mystery of a wife's disappearance is the catalyst for "Gone Girl," but that unknown doesn't dri...

'Tusk' offers walrus-to-walrus outrageousness

It is possible that Kevin Smith has decided to flap a wet flipper at film-making. He came to prominence in 1994 for t...

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Reviewed by Mark Glass PART ONE - MOVIES This month's movies on DVD opens with The Lives of Others - the intense German political thriller that won last year's Oscar for Best Foreign Picture. Compared to the pyrotechnics of most…
Local opening date: 4/5/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson The French cinema industry long ago ceded to American films stories relying on big explosions, car chases, and action-packed adventures with hairpin twists and turns. French directors excel at dramatizing and probing…
3/16/2007 through 3/22/2007 Reviewed by Diane Carson Though it moves at a measured pace and bears the stamp of its theatrical origins, Becket is a treat. Originally released in 1964, new 35 millimeter prints have been struck to present Becket as…
Local opening date: 8/3/2007 Reviewed by Martha K. Baker Imagine that Jane Austen, the author of some of the greatest novels in English literature, has a story of her own to tell. Imagine that she wasn't just a dried-up, old…
Local opening date: 4/27/2007 Reviewed by Martha Baker The film begins in 1975 on a kibbutz in Israel. A tourist peers into a school room and realizes that the singing teacher is a woman she knew as Rachel Steinn during…
5/31/2007 only Reviewed by Diane Carson Brother directors Marc and Nick Francis begin the informative, sobering documentary Black Gold appropriately at an international coffee tasting competition. The decision is that Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee, produces the best tasting coffee…
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