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'The Patience Stone' immeasurably rewards patience
An unnamed woman sits in a war-ravaged room, her husband comatose, a bullet in his neck from a quarrel after an insulting exchange with fellow Jihad fighters. She can't afford any more serum so devises a sugar water substitute. Her…
'Enough Said' is a perfect little movie
Not enough good can be said about "Enough Said." It is, in many ways, a perfect romantic comedy, well written, expertly directed and edited, finely cast and admirably played by the actors in the ensemble.
'Populaire' reinvigorates traditional romance
For years, French films have carved out a niche in presenting very personal stories about the ups and downs of intimate relationships. "Populaire" falls into that category with the added quirk of central character, secretary Rose Pamphyle, training for the…
'Drinking Buddies' indulges too much and loses focus
Director Joe Swanberg's "Drinking Buddies" hinges its story on Kate. She works at a Chicago microbrewery, hangs out with her fellow male workers and settles in comfortably off hours with her boyfriend. She's attractive and personable but also needy and…
'Prisoners' captures its audience from beginning to end
"Prisoners" is a challenging film with so many twists and turns that director Denis Villeneuve told the audience at the Telluride Film Festival, where "Prisoners" premiered, that no one should leave for the film's two and a half hours or…
Thanks are due 'Thanks for Sharing'
At a critical juncture in "Thanks for Sharing," the central character Adam asserts, "Cancer gets you sympathy. My addiction gets you judgment." He refers to his sex addiction, a subject seriously and intelligently explored in its multifaceted, complex expression. Adam…
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