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Ever After - * * 1/2*

The fairy tale of Cinderella has been retold many times over the years. However, it isn’t often that such a retelling results in a film as revisionist in Ever After. Eliminating the fantastical elements (pumpkins and fairy godmothers), while enhancing … Continue reading

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Buffalo 66 - * 1/2*

Buffalo 66 is a quirky independent comedy that’s heavy on the quirky and independent, and light on the comedy. Vincent Gallo’s directoral debut, the film is a meandering mess that almost comes together at the end. Billy Brown (Gallo) has … Continue reading

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The Crossing Guard - * 1/2*

Rather bland drama about guilt, remorse and revenge. Six years ago, a drunk driver by the name of John Booth (David Morse) killed the daughter of Freddie (Jack Nicholson) and Mary (Anjelica Huston). In the years that followed while Booth … Continue reading

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