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May 14 through 20, 2010Reviewed by Diane Carson Sexual affairs, betrayal, deception,greed, blackmail, arson, kickbacks, payoffs, and murder-The Square doesn't miss many nefarious practices. Add missed phonecalls, bad luck with the weather, unmanageable dogs and some ill-timed knowingglances as this…
Mid-August Lunch
Gianni Di Gregorio's directorial debut, Mid-August Lunch, serves up a trifle, a pleasant one to be sure, but a slim offering. Not much happens beyond some cooking, eating, and conversation primarily among four elderly women and one's son. Most interaction…
Harry Brown
In director Daniel Barber's feature debut, the always-superb Michael Caine plays title character Harry Brown. But, unless revenge fantasies are your cup of tea, he's the only reason to see this dreary, predictable film. Harry's a retired, 76-year-old pensioner who…
Exit Through the Gift Shop
Thierry Guetta is energetic and focused; well, more accurately, Thierry's frantic and obsessed. He doesn't go anywhere without his camera, as he admits in the opening shots, Los Angeles, 1999. To pay for his mania, he runs a used-clothing store,…
The Good, The Bad, The Weird
In a wacky homage to Sergio Leone's the Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, South Korean co-writer/director Kim Jee-Woon dishes up his Korean western, The Good, The Bad, The Weird. And it lives up to its title, and not just…
The Square
Sexual affairs, betrayal, deception, greed, blackmail, arson, kickbacks, payoffs, and murder-The Square doesn't miss many nefarious practices. Add missed phone calls, bad luck with the weather, unmanageable dogs and some ill-timed knowing glances as this Australian cautionary tale weaves together…
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