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Pilot season satire's lack of ambition may be its saving grace

April 4, 2007

Black Book

Verhoeven's high-kicking espionage drama also a bitterly cogent revisitation of the Dutch resistance

March 29, 2007

After the Wedding

Outrageous confluence of worst-case scenarios pushes Danish/Indian melodrama beyond the pale

The Lookout

Veteran screenwriter's directorial debut true to noir-ish, antihero form

March 28, 2007

The Hawk is Dying

A midlife crisis is a midlife crisis, but a hawk is so much more than a hawk in leaden drama

March 22, 2007

Reign Over Me

Sandler steps up to nearly redeem scattershot 9/11 postlude

Air Guitar Nation

Endearing characters and charming trash talk keep air guitar doc rocking

Color Me Kubrick

Real-life Kubrick impersonator's story gets the feather-light farce treatment

Journey From the Fall

Worthy cause meets confused effect in post-Vietnam POW drama

Offside

A soccer game provides fertile ground for examination of Iran's treacherous gender divide

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