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Film, "Rust and Bone": Dismembering a Cinematic Beauty

"Rust and Bone": Dismembering a Cinematic Beauty

To paraphrase Oscar Wilde, one must have a heart of stone to watch Jacques Audiard's outrageous melodrama Rust and Bone without laughing. Loosely adapted from two works in Craig Davidson's 2005 short story collection of the same name, Rust and…
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Home Entertainment, DVDish New DVDs:<i> The Princess Bride, Killer of Sheep, Innocence, La Vie en Rose</i>

New DVDs: The Princess Bride, Killer of Sheep, Innocence, La Vie en Rose

The Princess Bride: 20th Anniversary Edition (MGM) As far as anniversary-edition DVDs go, The Princess Bride is crushingly disappointing: no Rob Reiner commentary track, no outtakes, no making-of doc, no nothing, save for a lousy game and a few short…
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Film, Every Rose Has Its Thorn

Every Rose Has Its Thorn

Uplifted beyond its merits by a stunning performance from Marion Cotillard, the humdrum biopic of Edith Piaf, La Vie En Rose, jogs obligingly along with Piaf the legend rather than the woman. It's not hard to do, given the fuzzy…
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