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October 27, 2006

Babel

The lessons of Babel are clear; the lessons of Babel infinitely, infuriatingly less so.

Catch a Fire

Noyce's well-crafted thriller contrasts the confidence of absolute power with the passion it takes to overthrow it

October 26, 2006

Death of a President

Ambitious imagining of Bush's assassination could use a little sense of humor

October 20, 2006

Flags of our Fathers

Eastwood crafts an austere, knowing film about the power of images and the work of the everyday soldier

The Prestige

Jackman, Johansson and Bale work their magic in Christopher Nolan's great thriller

October 19, 2006

Marie Antoinette

Coppola's queen has everything she could want -- except for an emotional arc

October 18, 2006

Running With Scissors

Magnetic Bening can't save twee Burroughs adaptation from itself

Sleeping Dogs Lie

Goldthwait's unholy blend of gross-out comedy and romantic comedy makes new film peculiarly riveting

October 13, 2006

Deliver Us From Evil

Wrenching documentary looks at a notorious priest and sexual abuse in the Catholic Church

October 12, 2006

Man of the Year

Old pros Levinson and Williams turn timely idea into thematic fire sale

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