Ghost in the Mission

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The stunts and gadgets battle improbable plot and affectless Cruise performance in new 'Mission Impossible'

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Only Steven Spielberg could do what is done in War Horse. Only he could have authorized the expensive World War I re-creations.

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The Sleuth Is Out There

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In Guy Ritchie’s hasty and frequently low-class sequel, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, the detective is treated as a clown throughout—with cheap wigs and beards and long underwear scenes.

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Mercury Rising

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Charlize Theron plays a hack writer reviving coming-of-age memories in ‘Young Adult’

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Scandal Man

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Director Ken Russell was part of a Fellini-goes-to-Soho movement of brash English directors in the 1960s and ’70s

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The Bet Goes On

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It’s almost plot-free but rich with incident, visual skill, and loads of violence. Takeshi Kitano’s Outrage shows the Japanese filmmaker at the top of his craft.

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On the Row

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Werner Herzog’s new documentary, ‘Into the Abyss,’ studies the aftermath of a terrible crime in Texas

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Man Under the Influence

A down-and-out actor falls hard for a blonde siren  in ‘Seducing Charlie Barker’

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It may be Tim Burton, and not Martin Scorsese who is the most trendsetting filmmaker of the last 20 years. In 'Hugo,' Scorsese is working with Burton scriptwriter John Logan and a few of Burton’s past and future stars.

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Hawaiian Pop

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A patriarch must wrestle with family and heritage on the islands in ‘The Descendants'

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The Gods Must Be Crazy

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There is much beauty but also a lot of brainlessness in 'Immortals'

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World Beater

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Director Lars von Trier threatens earthly greed with a cosmic catastrophe in Melancholia

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Right Turn, Clyde

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Clint Eastwood's 'J. Edgar,' starring Leonardo DiCaprio, takes on a half-century of history, from but the movie unfolds entirely in a few rooms

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Chris Paine’s documentary 'Revenge of the Electric Car' charts the race for a new kind of vehicle

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In From the Cult

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'Martha Marcy May Marlene' is a very tight thriller, quivering with emotional violence and suspense

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Bitter Fruit

Through the eyes of a social worker, ‘Oranges and Sunshine’ tells sordid tale of children transported to Australia

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Night of the Hunter

Johnny Depp steps back into 'The Rum Diary,' Hunter S. Thompson's gonzo-soaked view of America, but to lesser results

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The Skin Man

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In Almodóvar’s 'The Skin I Live In,' Antonio Banderas plays a mad doctor with designs on a woman’s body

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Blue Serge

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New bio-pic ‘Gainsbourg’ examines the early life and active sex life of famed French warbler

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Mr. Sandman

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The Berlin & Beyond Film Festival comes to the South Bay for an encore day of screenings at Camera 12 on Oct. 29

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