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'I.T.' review: Pierce Brosnan stars in a film that does not compute

Pierce Brosnan has become the poor man's Liam Neeson, cranking out B-movie thriller after B-movie thriller for the VOD market like he's GM in '50s Detroit. The enjoyably preposterous and disposable "I.T." is the latest model. This time around, he's Mike Regan, an aviation tycoon who's launching...

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  • 'Max Rose' review: Jerry Lewis gives a star turn in lackluster movie

    The intimate drama "Max Rose" feels like little more than a modest television movie. But it's a respectable way for comedian Jerry Lewis, now 90 years old, to make what may be his valedictory performance. Max (Lewis) is a one-time jazz pianist mourning the death of Eva (Claire Bloom, seen in flashback),...

  • 'Silicon Cowboys' review: The little computer company that could

    'Silicon Cowboys' review: The little computer company that could

    Tech geeks, entrepreneurial wannabes and anyone fond of David-vs.-Goliath dust-ups likely will enjoy interfacing with "Silicon Cowboys," a slick and streamlined documentary about the ambitious Houston mavericks who challenged the supremacy of then-dominant IBM in the 1980s with their revolutionary...

  • 'London Road' review: Tom Hardy, Olivia Colman star in an uneasy screen adaptation

    'London Road' review: Tom Hardy, Olivia Colman star in an uneasy screen adaptation

    "Everybody's very, very nervous," runs the most memorable lyrical refrain in "London Road," and one imagines the filmmakers found themselves singing it often. An avant-garde musical based on the recorded testimonies of concerned residents following the Ipswich serial murders of 2006, Alecky Blythe...

  • 'Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise' review: A loving portrait of the poet

    'Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise' review: A loving portrait of the poet

    The cultural touchstone born Marguerite Ann Johnson and known widely as Maya Angelou wrote seven autobiographies and two cookbooks, in addition to everything else she wrote, directed, delivered to the world. She changed and expanded a lot of minds, simply on the strength of her 1969 memoir "I Know...

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