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Daily Archives: November 14, 2014
Weekend movies: Critics dump all over “Dumb and Dumber To”
Reviews won’t hurt “Dumb and Dumber To.” The college crowd I caught it with ate it up. Granted, they weren’t Ivy Leaguers, but I dare say a generation that grew up with the original semi-raunchy Two Stooges Throwback are going … Continue reading
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Movie Review: Soviets sharpen their skates in “Red Army”
For a few moments, it feels like a mistake, a director’s miscalculation. Documentary filmmaker Gabe Polsky lets us hear his awkward, groping questions to an imperious, dismissive 50something Russian hockey legend. Like many of the ex-Soviet interview subjects of Polsky’s … Continue reading
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