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    Fading Gigolo

    "Fading Gigolo" is a sweet, bracingly original, wholly entertaining film from John Turturro with a plum part for none other than Woody Allen.

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    Transcendence

    The heartbeat of “Transcendence” comes from solid performances in the leading roles.

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    Draft Day

    Director Ivan Reitman steers an expert cast through its paces, with Kevin Costner in a tailor-made leading role.

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    Joe

    "Joe" paints a rich, multilayered portrait of a hardscrabble existence in this community, not unlike the world we encountered in Debra Granik’s "Winter’s Bone."

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    Only Lovers Left Alive

    On the face of it, "Only Lovers Left Alive" is original and intriguing: Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston play vampires who have been married for centuries.

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    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" is blockbuster entertainment at its best, with action scenes original and exciting...

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    The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden

    Truth is usually stranger, and often more intriguing, than fiction, and this well-told narrative is a perfect example.

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    Alan Partridge

    Under Declan Lowney’s direction, "Alan Partridge" is content to glide rather than push, providing fairly consistent laughs rather than building to a comic crescendo.

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    Breathe In

    As a fan of Drake Doremus’ earlier films, "Douchebag" and "Like Crazy," I must admit to being disappointed with "Breathe In."

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    Noah

    "Noah" is a long road from Darren Aronofsky’s audacious debut feature "pi" to this $130 million dollar epic, but the filmmaker is still an original thinker and visualist.

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