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'God Help the Girl' dawdles through a sweet musical
Writer/director Stuart Murdoch's "God Help the Girl" has as sweet a heart as its protagonist Eve does. In this age of so many mean-spirited offerings, that makes it a welcome change while it also offers a challenge, for this quietly…
‘The Last of Robin Hood’ tells tawdry tale
Raise your hand if you even remember the name of Errol Flynn. Raise it again if you remember Flynn as Robin Hood. If you remember him mostly via the phrase “in like Flynn,” you’re closer to the context of “The…
‘Life of Crime’ toggles between humor and horror
Sometimes all it takes is one name to assure film-goers that a film promises to deliver. For “Life of Crime” that name is Elmore Leonard. He co-wrote the script with the director Daniel Schecter, so the expectation is that humor…
'The Trip to Italy' stalls: engine trouble
“The Trip to Italy” is a sequel to “The Trip,” truly one of the funniest movies ever conceived and produced. It had a boyish bounce at its core as comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon tooled their way about the…
'Code Black' goes inside LA County Hospital's ER
Many gripping documentaries take the viewer to unexpected places with a first-hand, behind-the-scenes vantage point. That is exactly the case with Dr. and director Ryan McGarry's debut film, "Code Black." It immerses us in Los Angeles County Hospital's emergency room,…
'Frank' inhabits a quirky life of pleasing dissonance
In the age of cookie-cutter movies, along comes "Frank," as direct, atypical and surprising as its one word title. Who would imagine that a major star, Michael Fassbender, would play with a dissonant band--sound and personalities--all the while with a…
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