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Being John Malkovich - * * * 1/2*

Spike Jonze directs this dark comedy about a puppeteer (John Cusack) who discovers the ability to enter the mind of John Malkovich (John Malkovich) for 15 minutes at a time. Catherine Keener will play a love interest of both characters, … Continue reading

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Your Friends and Neighbors - * * *

Those familiar with Neil LaBute’s directoral debut, In the Company of Men, know that he knows how to tap the baser instincts of mankind. His second film, Your Friends and Neighbors, continues in the same spirit, showing the depths of … Continue reading

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The Real Blonde - * 1/2*

Tom Dicillo directs this superficial comedy about superficial people in superficial careers, all searching for deeper meaning. However, they won’t find much meaning in The Real Blonde, and not enough real humor, either. Joe (Matthew Modine) is a struggling actor, … Continue reading

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