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Review: Beautifully written, wonderfully acted, thought provoking, and with unusual camera work that...(read more)
Review: but after a while it gets tedious.
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Review: Despite the stars and the big production values, this film has such serious flaws it's hard to...(read more)
Review: "Trance" is a modern day version of the film noir from the 40s. It has double and triple crosses, a...(read more)
Review: 1. There are so many plot flaws that it's impossible to watch the film without stopping to think...(read more)
Review: I guess this one was originally written to be a mini-series, because it is a multi-generational...(read more)
Review: If you’re looking for a happy ending, stop here. This original and imaginative version of the Snow...(read more)
Review: Here's an example of when more is less. There is a terrific engaging story about the visit of the...(read more)
Review: 1. Terrible acting by Quentin Tarrantino, including the terrible accent
2. Actors who are supposed...(read more)
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