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'At Any Price': Fathers, Sons, and Girlfriends

If At Any Price is generally distracted by its father-son business, the women who help to shape and also resist that business provide alternative views.

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Gray Matters (2006)

Gray Matters is a fantasy in search of a fantasizer.

Jesse Hassenger
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Part 5: The Return of the Auteur

That noise you heard near the start of the new millennium was the creative din of a brash new breed of filmmakers tearing down the traditions of mainstream moviemaking. Their motion picture mission statements -- including the ones featured on this list -- remain the rulebook for new generations of anxious film artists.

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Bobby (2006)

As reporter Warren Wilson remembers, "That would have been less of an impact on me, had I been shot [as he nearly was], than Kennedy being killed, stopped, in a moment in America's history, when we needed him and his advocacy more than ever before."

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Gray Matters (2006)

The doctor says, "I think you need to let the idea of sharing your life with someone other than your brother enter your consciousness." No kidding.

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Bobby (2006)

With Kennedy serving as a symbol for what might have been, Bobby illustrates the problems he identifies.

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Emily's Reasons Why Not

The problem with the latest pretender to the Sex and the City throne is that it doesn't take the mimicry far enough.

Samantha Bornemann
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License to Drive: Special Edition (1988)

So it's not Casablanca, but License to Drive does have its moments.

Nikki Tranter
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Anger Management (2003)

Dave (Adam Sandler) grumbles okay, to everything, his face reorganized into a permanent twist.

Cynthia Fuchs
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The Guru (2002)

Offers a cagey take on cultural influences and intersections.

Cynthia Fuchs
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