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Sleepwalking

Sleepwalking employs indie stereotypes Read more »

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Reel Injun

Revisiting old stereotypes, creating new perspectives Read more »

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School For Scoundrels

"The filmmakers here have chosen to lean on slapstick and stereotypes rather than the wry British wit of the source material." Read more »

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Asian Stories (Book 3)

These Stories are only for thick-skinned arthouse audiences Read more »

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Trippin'

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Lilies

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The Escapist

A plodding plot and a slow, talky escape Read more »

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Madea's Family Reunion

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My Baby's Daddy

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Luminarias

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Speed-Dating

A woeful dating scene Read more »

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Hamlet 2

Frequently inspired satire of amateur theatricals hedges its bets but flourishes as a showcase for comic Coogan Read more »

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Step Up 2 the Streets

If the John Birch Society made dance movies, they’d look like this. Read more »

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My Life in Ruins

Not without its moments Read more »

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No Looking Back

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Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries)

Possible Bollywood breakout Read more »

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Tokyo Godfathers

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Rudo y Cursi

As the title indicates, this one’s both Tough and Corny Read more »

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Bitch Slap

Its Va-Va-Voom lead trio aside, this one fails the grindhouse grade Read more »

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2 Days in Paris

Julie Delpy helms a hilarious, romantic culture clash Read more »

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