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Inside Llewyn Davis
It all feels a little too much saccharine and contrivance,
| Original Score: 3/5
Sweeping, stately and accomplished.
| Original Score: 4/5
Go Dutch for this one.
| Original Score: B+
We have to settle for good intentions and bad writing.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Its production values are rich, [and] the performances of its three sets of actresses are strong.
| Original Score: B-
Twin Sisters has the engrossing quality of a big historical novel and about the same level of sentimental artistry.
Twin Sisters has the what-will- happen-next energy of a page-turner.
| Original Score: 3/4
War in Twin Sisters doesn't illuminate people's lives-it exists to prolong a weepy epic-length separation drama for the satisfaction of the Danielle Steele crowd.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
This war film without a single explosion is about what war does to people's thinking and reasoning and how it leads to prejudice that can even break the bonds of sisterhood.
The good that comes from the deprivation of answers-on-demand is it allows a much stronger wallop once full disclosure has been made ...
| Original Score: A-
A handsomely appointed, solidly acted feature.