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  • 'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machine

    'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machine

    A fairly funny trashing of its own glib self, "Deadpool" is a movie about an unkillable wisenheimer who never shuts up, even while enduring or inflicting enough putrid brutality to earn an X or a NC-17 rating just a few years ago. The masked antihero is played by Ryan Reynolds, clearly having the...

  • '600 Miles' review: Tim Roth stars in tense look at Latin American weapons smuggling

    '600 Miles' review: Tim Roth stars in tense look at Latin American weapons smuggling

    America's Second Amendment inadvertently serves to keep Mexican drug cartels stocked with U.S.-made, military-grade artillery in "600 Miles," an understated, astutely gauged look at the way weapons flow south to arm Latin American infighting, as seen through the eyes of two characters on opposing...

  • 'The President' review: Politician and his grandson flee a revolution

    'The President' review: Politician and his grandson flee a revolution

    An allegorical lesson about dictatorships and the cycle of violence they breed, Mohsen Makhmalbaf's "The President" unfortunately offers a simplified and simplistic reduction, akin to an ancient morality tale without the ancients' brevity. Rather than sophistication cloaked in innocence, the pic...

  • 'Boy and the World' review: Brazil draws viewers in to animated story

    'Boy and the World' review: Brazil draws viewers in to animated story

    Like silence, white space is a seriously undervalued tactic in animation. Think about it: Few things capture your eye more immediately than tiny bits of color or movement, swathed in a sea of bright nothingness. Opening this week at the Gene Siskel Film Center, the beguiling Brazilian feature "Boy...

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