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An intelligent, character-driven ensemble piece with a busy and attractive cast examining tradition and change in the groves of academe in the 1950's.
Posted Dec 18, 2003
2
Charming and sweet-natured.
Posted Dec 18, 2003
3
A comedy of manners (and mannerisms) with two of the most mannered movie stars of our time, Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson, acting all over the place until you surrender with the ecstasy of pure pleasure.
Posted Dec 18, 2003
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Blends every aspect of filmmaking -- sets, costumes, camerawork, acting, lighting, writing, editing and technology -- to tell mythic stories of love, death, courage, honor, loss and survival on the battlefield and on the home front in the 1860's.
Posted Dec 18, 2003
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Bad Santa (2003)
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Big Fish (2003)
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The Missing (2003)
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The Cooler (2003)
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In America (2003)
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The Missing (2003)
The rawest, scariest, most nerve-rattling saddlebags-and- sagebrush saga since Robert Mulligan's The Stalking Moon.
Posted Dec 4, 2003
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In America (2003)
Insightful, joyous and positively heart-stopping.
Posted Dec 4, 2003
19
The Cooler (2003)
Directed with a couple of brass knuckles by Wayne Kramer, The Cooler turns into a disappointing fable in the end, but for most of its 101 minutes, it's a grim companion piece to Leaving Las Vegas.
Posted Dec 4, 2003
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Big Fish (2003)
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21 Grams (2003)
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My Architect (2004)
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I Vitelloni (1953)
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In the Cut (2003)
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Radio (2003)
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In the Cut (2003)
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Runaway Jury (2003)
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Sylvia (2003)
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Mystic River (2003)
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I would argue that, in a bizarre way, Mr. Tarantino empowers women as no action-genre director before him ever has.
Posted Oct 16, 2003
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Mystic River (2003)
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