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Movie Review: Paxton makes one last indie thriller, “Mean Dreams,” worth seeing
The late Bill Paxton got his start in no-budget thrillers. He figured out, early on, how to give you fair value, even playing a heavy in a genre picture. He managed that one last time with “Mean Dreams,” an abused … Continue reading
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