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Review: Were I a better movie critic, I would remember Joseph Losey’s 1971 version of The Go-Between more clearly. And were I a more conscientious critic, I would go watch it again before mentioning it in this review. Alas, I a...

 
 
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Review: There was very little reason for Disney to have remade a live action version of their 1991 movie Beauty and the Beast. No artistic reason, at least. Financially, I expect it was a pretty good gamble. But that 1991 versi...

 
 
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OK, film fandom has had a few days to vent its frustration over the latest Oscar noms. La La Land is overrated. It’s a crime that (insert name of your personal favorite) was snubbed. Suicide Squad, really? Freakin’ Suicide Squa...

 
 
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Sure, there’s the cat. Everybody I know who has seen both of Isabelle Huppert’s new movies comments on the fact that she has a cat in each. As a cat fan, I applaud the inclusion. But I haven’t heard anyone talk about one other ...

 
 
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Larry’s Perspective: For his first American film – may there be many more – Irish writer and director John Michael McDonagh (‘The Guard’, ‘Calvary’) takes on the buddy cop drama and detonates it for out-and-out laughs. ‘W...

 
 
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Review: Bridget Jones was never meant to be taken very seriously. Helen Fielding’s original creation, which has now spun off its third feature film, had the cache of dealing with single urban women in a manner that was somewhat...