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Some Good Things Come from "All Good Things"
The ironically titled film All Good Things tracks three murders by a calculating psychopath called David Marks, son of cold-hearted, controlling real estate developer Sanford Marks who owns and gets payoffs from a lot of shady New York establishments.
Lots to love in "I Love You Phillip Morris"
An opening title card asserts, "This really happened. It really did." And records show, with poetic license allowed, it did. But the tone matters most in I Love You Phillip Morris' presentation of these "real" events, and it offers a…
"TRON: Legacy" Advances Its Proud Heritage
TRON: Legacy is as much a video game celebration, not a bad thing, as an updated, narrative homage to its canny predecessor. Computer graphics and 3D have progressed light years since the original 1982 TRON, but the story falls short…
"The Fighter" Battles to Reinvigorate the Boxing Genre
When Three Kings and I Heart Huckabees director David O. Russell signed on to make The Fighter, he certainly knew boxing films clichés and had no intention of merely repeating them. What he, stars Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, and Melissa…
"Tamara Drewe" Draws Them In
Tamara Drewe, catalyst for the action and title character of Stephen Frears' latest film, returns from London to her English village to settle her recently deceased mother's estate and, while there, to disrupt the equilibrium of just about everyone.
"Leaving" leaves only an emotional impact
When she first appears in Leaving, Suzanne has a successful dentist husband and two fine teenage children: a daughter and a son. The Vidals apparently live well in Nimes, in the south of France, enjoying supportive family and friends. But…
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