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Three the Hard Way

No Country for Old Men (Paramount) “A horror comedy chase” is how a grinning Tommy Lee Jones describes No Country for Old Men in...

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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,…

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How the West Was Wasted

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (Warner Bros.) Beautifully shot, masterfully acted, and 19 hours too long, Assassination is an…

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Donkey Punch

The King of Kong (New Line) Seth Gordon's best-of-2007 documentary, about the battle for Donkey Kong supremacy, remains a work-in-progress: Billy Mitchell, the longtime…

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Super, Thanks for Asking

Confessions of a Superhero (Arts Alliance) As one of those quoted on the package (“A more beautiful documentary you're unlikely to find”), I can…

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Wookiee Mistake

Family Guy Presents: Blue Harvest (Fox) As someone with no use for Seth MacFarlane's potty-mouthed Simpsons rip, I'll admit to choking out a few…

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Boy Trouble

Joshua (Fox) George Ratliff's movie, a sort of satirical take on Rosemary's Baby, came and went upon its release; seems no one got the…

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