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Yes, there are some red-blooded American moviegoers who absolutely refuse to mess with subtitles. In a way, I can't blame them. It's..
Jennifer Aniston forsakes all attempts at Hollywood glamour in “Cake.” She plays Claire, a severely wounded middle-aged woman who has suffered a..
Al Pacino is a whirling dervish of a screen presence. He sucks the air out of the room for anybody brave enough..
“Spare Parts” is a feel-good movie that is curiously awkward in places, but nonetheless manages to deliver the emotional impact of the..
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“Selma” is an emotional experience. Whether or not you lived through the turbulent 1960s, you know that the social upheaval changed the..
At several levels, this is a very hard movie to watch. The hardest part to take in is the war violence. We're..
We first meet Margaret (Amy Adams) back in the 1950s, when housewives were expected to wear house dresses, stay home with their..
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