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The Skeptic

You know you're in trouble when the most appealing element your film is Tom Arnold.

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Reds (1981)

Matt Mazur
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Gilmore Girls

Communication is always the problem on Gilmore Girls: though mom and daughter are famous for their witty banter, they're terrible at mustering the courage to say what they want.

Samantha Bornemann
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Gilmore Girls

Without Palladino, Gilmore Girls will certainly be different... it just might be better.

Willa Paskin
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Titanics Final Moments: Missing Pieces

Apparently, some of us just can’t get enough of the Titanic, the ship that hit the bottom of Atlantic on the night of April 14, 1912, taking with her more than 1,500 souls.

Kathryn Atwood
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Gilmore Girls

Lorelai and Paris, Rory and her grandparents... Gilmore Girls' most long-standing relationships seem set for realignment in Season Six.

Samantha Bornemann
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Gilmore Girls: The Complete Third Season

The casual, chatty extras capture the series' spirit: whimsical, free-spirited, and tinged with nostalgia.

Mary Colgan
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Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls is not the show it started out to be. It's a generation deeper, and much better.

Samantha Bornemann
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The Lost Boys: Special Edition (1987)

While director Joel Schumacher may not have made a perfectly genre-breaking, horror-comedy mix, he got the 'hip' part right.

Nikki Tranter
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Gilmore Girls: The Complete First Season

Lorelai is written to challenge as well as entertain, her dialogue filled with pop culture references delivered at top speed.

Laura Nathan
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Intolerable Cruelty (2003)

The Coen brothers' latest venture is a rat-a-tat romantic comedy of the Preston Sturges persuasion, at least for its first hour or so.

Cynthia Fuchs
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The Day of the Dolphin (1973)

Jake is a '70s-style father, kindly but determined to teach worthy lessons even when he feels his child/dolphin's pain.

Erich Kuersten
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The Emperor's Club (2002)

Never acknowledges that the moral order in the United States has always been a fiction.

Robert Rue
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The Cat's Meow (2002)

'The Cat's Meow' insists, you can't go back to the good old days, because they were never so good as you think they were.

Cynthia Fuchs

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