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  1. Southern District -- Film Review

    4:21 pm 1/29/2010

    Stylistically innovative, the film builds on the details of daily life to compose its portrait of a society in flux.Read more

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  2. A Small Act -- Film Review

    2:09 pm 1/29/2010

    In this age of massive bailouts to low-performing scoundrels, "A Small Act" is the moving story of a magnificent personal bailout.Read more

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  3. All My Friends Are Funeral Singers -- Film Review

    2:02 pm 1/29/2010

    More an indie-rock art project than a feature, "All My Friends Are Funeral Singers" will be of interest to fans of the band Califone and very few others.Read more

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  4. Lucky -- Film Review

    1:58 pm 1/29/2010

    Winning the lottery is "like throwing Miracle-Gro on your defects," says one interviewee in "Lucky," a doc about winners of multimillion-dollar prizes.Read more

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  5. Animal Kingdom -- Film Review

    10:42 am 1/29/2010

    The Australian gangster movie "Animal Kingdom" is a brooding, intimate, clear-eyed look at the precipitous downfall of a family in the Melbourne underworld.Read more

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  6. Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child -- Film Review

    10:18 am 1/29/2010

    Tamra Davis delivers a thoroughly engaging film about an inimitable New York painter without letting her sorrow over his early death turn the portrait maudlin or diminish its vibrancy.Read more

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  7. HIGH School -- Film Review

    6:38 pm 1/28/2010

    "HIGH School" wins the Cheech and Chong lifetime achievement award for pothead humor, which should translate into a smart stash at the boxoffice.Read more

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  8. Splice: Film Review

    4:16 pm 1/28/2010

    Mad science meets motherhood in "Splice," a slice of pulp storytelling in which Dr. Frankenstein is replaced by a pair of lovers too hip for lab coats.Read more

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  9. Restrepo -- Film Review

    3:33 pm 1/28/2010

    One of the most dangerous sites in the Afghanistan war gets a little bit less deadly thanks to the soldiers in "Restrepo," an on-the-ground doc following a single platoon through its year-long deployment.Read more

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  10. Catfish -- Film Review

    3:08 pm 1/28/2010

    Facebook opens new paths to heartbreak in "Catfish," a doc whose makers lucked into an intrigue far more twisted than anything they could have expected at the outset.Read more

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