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Minimal Rescue

by Laura Leon September 18, 2014

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  Soaking in the atmosphere of old bars where the leather seats are taped over and there are decades-old ghost vapors of thousands of cigarettes smoked, The Drop transports screenwriter Dennis Lehane’s usual milieu to Brooklyn, ...

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Your Mileage May Vary

by John Rodat May 22, 2014

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  Writer-director Steven Knight’s Locke is almost more a dramatic or threatrical stunt than a movie: Save a very short introductory bit, the entire film takes place in an SUV as the main character, Ivan Locke, ...

Rotgut

by Ann Morrow September 7, 2012

WETTEST COUNTY

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  During Prohibition, Franklin County, Virginia, was known as “the wettest county in the world,” an observation made by the journalist Sherwood Anderson. And in Franklin County were some of the most talented and ferocious bootleggers ...

The Final Crusade

by Ann Morrow July 25, 2012

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Something quietly hellish is going on up in the sky: Aboard a plane manned by terrorists holding a hostage, the tables are being turned on the terrorists by an even more sinister organization. Its leader ...

Three Stooges

by The Staff February 23, 2012

  This Means War is a romantic comedy structured around a love triangle, and is more than faintly reminiscent of a another movie, Design for Living, that just came out on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection. ...

Fight For Your Life

by Laura Leon September 15, 2011

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The closest I’ve come to knowing anything about mixed martial arts is the occasional beatdown my older sons inflict upon one another. I love boxing, wrestling, any kind of sport movies, but Warrior seemed out ...