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    This resolutely minimal movie consists of Tom Hardy alone in a car for an hour and a half. True, he talks on the phone with some other people, but Hardy's is the only face we ever see. Which...
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    While it was overshadowed on a national level by the concurrent Oprah Winfrey/James Frey literary scandal, the 2005 revelation that author J.T. LeRoy was a wholly fictitious creation of a...
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