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The Iron Lady (02/12/2012)
By David Robinson -- “The Iron Lady” has been hailed as yet another tour de force for Meryl Streep, playing Margaret Thatcher, the lady in question. During her reign—and I use the term advisedly--as British Prime Ministe ... 

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Contraband (02/08/2012)
By David Robinson -- Fans of “The Italian Job,” the remake starring Mark Wahlberg, will probably enjoy “Contraband,” which bears distinct similarities to the earlier film. Both are stylish heist flicks, though the current ... 

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Drive (02/01/2012)
By David Robinson -- Now available on DVD, “Drive,” starring Ryan Gosling, starts out like a subtle, contemporary noir film, one full of unexpected turns, small surprises, and attention to detail. Then, unhappily, direct ... 

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Haywire (01/29/2012)
By David Robinson -- “Haywire” has a number of features that are, well, haywire, most prominently its structure. Director (and cinematographer and film editor) Steven Soderbergh and screenwriter Lem Dobbs keep us guessi ... 

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50/50 (01/25/2012)

Almost everyone I know has been touched by cancer in some way: as a brother, child, parent, or survivor. And everyone would agree that it is, to say the very least, no laughing matter. So it’s surp ... 

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Ides of March (01/22/2012)
By David Robinson -- Just in case you’re not already turned off enough about politics—now that the first primaries have saturated the air waves—here comes George Clooney with “Ides of March” to make you even more cynical ... 

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Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (01/18/2012)

“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy,” adopted from John le Carre’s best-selling novel, was first moved to the screen in the BBC’s 1979 version. Starring Sir Alec Guiness as George Smiley, of the British  ... 

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Young Adult (01/15/2012)
By David Robinson --

“Young Adult” has been called a hilarious comedy; though I enjoyed the movie, I couldn’t disagree more. It has also been faulted for not having an appropriate resolution; again, I’m in the minorit ... 

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The Artist (01/11/2012)
By David Robinson --

“The Artist” contains a scene in which a movie is playing at the Bijou theater. Any film with such a scene will likely not be playing at one’s own local Bijou: it’s a pretty dated reference. Inde ... 

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Moneyball (01/08/2012)
By David Robinson -- Available this week on DVD, “Moneyball,” starring Brad Pitt and featuring Jonah Hill, may well provide the most fun Twins fans have watching anything involving baseball this offseason. It may even pro ... 

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