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Film, "Side Effects": Genre-Mixing with Uneven Results

"Side Effects": Genre-Mixing with Uneven Results

Ostensibly a story of comfortable Manhattanites beset by depression, intervention, and complication, Side Effects operates on several tonal levels. Drawing plot parallels between pharmaceutical opportunism and insider trading, it seems first to lean toward deadpan satire. Then come the shades…
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Home Entertainment, DVDish Chafing Dishes

Chafing Dishes

No Reservations (Warner Bros.) From its cheap, mid-'90s-looking package to its woefully scant extras (one pre-chewed Food Network behind-the-scenes, blech) to its wide-screen/full-screen option, this feels like something dropped right into the discount bins; it probably debuts at half off…
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Music, All Shook Down

No Reservations Movie Review. Grade: B+

“… The cynic would like to write this off as empty grown-up hooey, Baby Boom without an ounce of bang. But you can’t do it, because the thing’s so charming …” BY ROBERT WILONSKY…
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Film, <i>Royale</i> Flush

Royale Flush

By all rights, 2002's Die Another Day should have been and could have been the final James Bond film. It was packaged like a cynical, weary best-of concert coughed up by an aging dinosaur, offering copious nods to the franchise's…
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Film, Foiled Again

Foiled Again

It's been 85 years since Douglas Fairbanks slashed his way into the top tax bracket as the masked hero Zorro, and Hollywood still can find no reason to shut down the franchise. Technically speaking, The Legend of Zorro, starring Antonio…
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