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  1. The Kids Are All Right -- Film Review

    2:45 am 1/27/2010

    As Lisa Cholodenko's latest Southern California-set feature plays out, the title may seem particularly apt.Read more

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  2. Holy Rollers -- Film Review

    7:09 pm 1/26/2010

    With a narrative based on news accounts about Hasidic Jews smuggling ecstasy into the U.S. from Europe during the '90s, "Holy Rollers" squanders a fascinating premise with predictable execution.Read more

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  3. Space Tourists -- Film Review

    7:09 pm 1/26/2010

    Even us Baby Boomers who got advanced math shoved down our throats in the wake of Yuri Gagarin's trek aboard Sputnik, and couldn't care less about outer space, will be entertained by this spry, melancholy glimpse into the last half-century's race to space.Read more

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  4. Abel -- Film Review

    4:47 pm 1/26/2010

    "Abel," helmed by Mexican actor Diego Luna making his feature-directing debut, is the tale of a psychologically troubled nine-year-old boy who imagines he is the head of his fractured family.Read more

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  5. Frozen -- Film Review

    2:44 pm 1/26/2010

    "Frozen" delivers enough thrills and gory chills to satisfy the horror film crowd, but is not written, directed or acted well enough to be a first-rate thriller.Read more

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  6. A Film Unfinished -- Film Review

    12:58 pm 1/26/2010

    Built around a remarkable document and providing just enough supplementary material to bring it to life, "A Film Unfinished" is tough viewing but has clear value.Read more

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  7. The Extra Man -- Film Review

    12:51 pm 1/26/2010

    This odd collection of oddballs doesn't quite play out as a satisfying movie. Beneath its exaggerated surface is actually a fairly mundane tale of a young man finding himself in the big city.Read more

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  8. 12th and Delaware -- Film Review

    12:42 pm 1/26/2010

    Shot on the front lines of the abortion war, "12th and Delaware" affords a more intimate look than we usually get of day-to-day reality for both providers and opponents of abortion.Read more

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  9. Homewrecker -- Film Review

    11:20 am 1/26/2010

    "Homewrecker" is an example of what two manic brothers -- Brad Barnes and Todd Barnes -- with little money and a lot of imagination can produce.Read more

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  10. Lovers of Hate -- Film Review

    9:54 am 1/26/2010

    Designed to make you laugh and squirm, "Lovers of Hate" does more of the latter. The film employs the humor of discomfort to make its points about sibling rivalry.Read more

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