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A little boy lost in unknown waters, a father's perilous journey to retrieve him — no, it's not "Finding Nemo." In this case, we're talking about 2011's best horror film to date, arriving July 12 on DVD and Blu-ray. "Insidious" (Sony Pictures...
VarietyWedding martial-arts action to pulpy noir, "The Girl From the Naked Eye" gets one's attention but doesn't keep it, due to ill-cued flashbacks, groan-inducing dialogue and wooden performances. As a poorly recovering boozer indebted to a pimp while trying...
Road to Nowhere Aug. 19 – Aug. 25. Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford. 860-232-1006, realartways.org. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Aug. 27 – Aug. 28. Criterion Cinemas, 86 Temple Street, New Haven. 203-498-2500, bowtiecinemas.org. Now...
South Florida Sun-SentinelSatire is the most challenging form to pull off successfully, especially on TV. Witness "The Naked Gun." Before it became a money machine in theaters, it was a multi-megaton bomb on ABC as "Police Squad." Even after the Leslie Nielsen movies became box...
Zap2It.comAlpha Dog may well go down as the most dispiriting film of 2007. It's a sordid depiction of a bunch of sordid people doing unbelievably sordid things. The lunkheads portrayed in this film would be funny, were the results of their vapidity not so...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 27, 1997 John Woo is known for a cinema of violent delirium so breathtaking it plays like visual poetry, and "Face/Off," though his third film in Hollywood, is the first to expose mainstream audiences to the master at his most...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday July 22, 1998 When towering Abraham Lincoln met tiny Harriet Beecher Stowe, or so the story goes, he peered down at the woman whose "Uncle Tom's Cabin" had inflamed the North against slavery and said, "So this is the little lady who...
Characters with mental or physical disabilities are not exactly staples of the collegiate-comedy genre. And most of the makers of today's teen-oriented movies would no more dare to explore the romantic and sexual needs of disabled folks than they would...
NewsdaySometimes there are very good reasons for certain movies to be sealed in a jar and left on a remote shelf indefinitely. "New Best Friend" wrapped production three years ago, and no one until now has thought it prudent to release its disorienting...
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