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    A Girl Cut in Two

    Undoubtedly, the Gilded Age murder of Madison Square Garden architect Stanford White at the hands of his ex-mistress' husband has a lurid appeal.

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    Vicky Cristina Barcelona

    Although probably trying to do both, Woody Allen's latest film makes a better travelogue of Spain's seaside metropolis than tour of the human heart — and with much more apparent ease.

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    Tropic Thunder

    Ensemble comedies take many forms. Sometimes, assembling a bunch of stars into a laughfest yields a classic ofCaddyshackproportions.

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    Henry Poole Is Here

    The perfect example of that small independent Sundance film that lives or dies on the strength of its performances,Henry Poole Is Hereappears to be on life support.

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    Bottle Shock

    At the Judgment of Paris in 1976, California winemakers scored a stunning victory over their French counterparts in a blind taste test.

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    In Search of a Midnight Kiss

    Beyond being a low-budget and beautifully realized black-and-white portrait of love, sex, and contemporary 20-something romance in Los Angeles,In Search of a Midnight Kissis above all else the equivalent of an actors showcase on film.

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    Swing Vote

    WithSwing Vote, Kevin Costner has found yet another role that fits like a glove — and there's not a baseball bat in sight.

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    The X-Files: I Want to Believe

    It's been six years since the hit Fox seriesThe X-Fileswent off the air (after nine seasons) and 10 years since the release of the big-screen feature version.

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    Brideshead Revisited

    Pity the poor artists who decide to turn Evelyn Waugh's monumental, scopic novel into a two-hour film.

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    Garden Party

    In Jason Freeland'sGarden Party, sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll, and a lot more sex, are important to the motley characters drifting around the Silverlake/Los Feliz area of Los Angeles.