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MOVIE REVIEWS
 
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You Only Live Twenty-Thrice: “Dr. No”

Nick's weekly look back at the James Bond series begins with "Dr. No," comparatively low-key to subsequent films but a fascinating look at Bond before "Bond."
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Chernobyl Diaries

Despite sound, atmospheric production values, you get the fatalistic sleaze you pay for in a vaguely exploitative Eastern European take on "The Hills Have Eyes."

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Assessing Sacha Baron Cohen

Chris, Nick and special guest stars Bob Bloom and Richard Propes take a look at the career of Sacha Baron Cohen.
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The Dictator

People will be talking about "The Dictator" in 10 years — just about whether it emboldened Sacha Baron Cohen to greater challenges or mired him in mediocrity.

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Dark Shadows

Mostly self-assured in its silly-serious storytelling, "Dark Shadows" is pitched somewhere between a timeless play's tragedy and '70s pop-song punch.
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The Raven

This macabre, occasionally mournful tale of Edgar Allan Poe's pain & fear doesn't quite go into darkness peering. But it's no thriller at which you're jeering.

Dana (Kristen Connolly) and Holden (Jesse Williams) in THE CABIN IN THE WOODS.

The Cabin in the Woods

Clever and comical, but cold and clinical, "Cabin" is a pleasant, if passionless, puzzle — a fan dance for fanboys that delivers the goods while tweaking them.
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Lockout

Taken on terms of arrested-adolescence action movies, "Lockout" finds itself in pass-fail territory. Consider it a success by way of social promotion.