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  1. Birth Of The Living Dead 2013 Filled with lively, candid interview clips with a jaunty Romero, plus smart chats with film critics, authors, filmmakers and others ... full review
  2. Broadway Idiot 2013 A fast-paced, thoroughly entertaining if hardly trenchant show biz documentary ... full review
  3. Laurence Anyways 2013 At nearly three hours, it's by turns an extraordinary and exhausting work. full review
  4. Our Nixon 2013 It's a haunting, thoroughly evocative ride. full review
  5. The Paperboy 2012 There is so much grit in Kidman and McConaughey's performances, it's a lot for Efron to stand up to, but he does a good job of giving Jack a cocky innocence that is disarming. full review
  6. Welcome To Pine Hill 2012 Mixes real-life situations and characters with fictionalized narrative threads to create a highly authentic slice-of-life drama. full review
  7. Crossing the Line 2006 A tale of alienation and adaptation both miraculous and strange, but also abduction both psychological and physical. full review
  8. Mind the Gap 2005 There are a couple of affecting moments here and there, but they are lost amid more than two snail-paced hours of often maudlin tedium. full review
  9. A League of Ordinary Gentlemen 2003 Informative and endearing film. full review
  10. Kurt & Courtney 1998 full review
  11. The Replacement Killers 1998 full review
  12. Talk of Angels 1998 full review
  13. Unzipped 1995 full review
  14. Two Bits 1994 full review
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  16. /titles/197607 Schwarz understands Divine, a heroine to outsiders, and Glenn, who took the persona as far as he could and was ready for new roles. His film's celebratory pizazz suits them both. full review
  17. /titles/197598 full review