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    Review: 'Assassin's Bullet' Is A Spectacularly Inept Action Movie

    Even by the admittedly low standards of a basically direct-to-video, shot-in-Bulgaria action thriller starring Christian Slater and Donald Sutherland as a pair of weathered old spies, "Assassin's Bullet" is a fucking chore. It seems to have been created at some kind of magical nexus where sluggish p...

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    Out This Week: A Dozen Reviews of New Indie Releases

    As twelve new indie releases make their way to theaters and VOD later this week, Eric Kohn and other contributors offer their capsule reviews.

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    Locarno Review: Piazza Opening Night Film 'The Sweeney' Pits Gruff Ray Winstone Against Tired Tough Cop Formula

    "The Sweeney" doggedly adheres to a familiar tune that could use some roughing up.

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    Review: 'Total Recall' A Derivative, Dim & Substance-Free Remake

    A pastiche of almost too many movies to count as a remake of just one, “Total Recall” is mindless, middling fare that fails to utilize – much less expand – the provocative concepts at the core of its iconic 1990 predecessor. Len Wiseman, whose “Die Hard” sequel effectively betrayed every one of the ...

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    More Than A Few Words About Post-War German Cinema, Race and 'Toxi'

    For anyone interested in foreign films, one of the most interesting periods of German filmmaking was the post war period between 1946 to the mid 1960’s.

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    Review: Director Jay Chandrasekhar's Tentative Sincerity Steps Undermined In Uneven, Sophomoric 'The Babymakers'

    If you thought that “Knocked Up” was too mature a take on impending fatherhood, then “Babymakers” just might be the movie for you. Directed by Jay Chandrasekhar, it follows the comical misadventures of a husband who is reluctant to discover whether or not his sperm is “...

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    Review: 'Celeste And Jesse Forever' A Charming Tale Of Romance & Heartbreak In The Vein Of 'When Harry Met Sally'

    If "(500) Days of Summer" is bound to be considered this generation’s "Annie Hall" (not its equal, mind you, but its closest equivalent), then it’s fair to claim that "Celeste and Jesse Forever" follows in the footsteps of "When Harry Met Sally," picking up where that film ended and proceeding to ch...

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    Chris Rock Doesn't Care What Critics Say; Prefers 'Grown Ups' to 'The Artist'

    "'Grown Ups' is better than 'The Artist,' and it’s better than 'The Artist' ’cause the audience says so."

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    Critical Consensus: Film Critic Couple Alonso Duralde and Dave White on 'Celeste and Jesse Forever'

    The Wrap critic Alonso Duralde joins his husband, Movies.com contributor Dave White, to discuss "Celeste and Jesse Forever," which opens this Friday.

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    The Original 'Total Recall' -- Classic or Crap?

    Get your ass to Mars. Or at least click through and read the piece.

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