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When art shouldn\'t imitate life

Two months shy of her 21st birthday but already with enough partying in her past to give Keith Richards a hangover, Lindsay Lohan has more baggage than luisvuitton.com as she stars in “Georgia Rule.”  And she’s playing a deeply troubled party girl.  Is Lohan tapping into the continuing soap opera that is

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When art shouldn\'t imitate life

Two months shy of her 21st birthday but already with enough partying in her past to give Keith Richards a hangover, Lindsay Lohan has more baggage than luisvuitton.com as she stars in “Georgia Rule.”  And she’s playing a deeply troubled party girl.  Is Lohan tapping into the continuing soap opera that is

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Two out of three ain’t bad

If you walked out of the exhilarating triumph that was “Spider-Man 2” and immediately started counting the days until the release of Spidey Trois, there’s probably nothing I can say that will dissuade you from racing to the multiplex for the eagerly anticipated third installment — but I gotta try

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Two out of three ain’t bad

If you walked out of the exhilarating triumph that was “Spider-Man 2” and immediately started counting the days until the release of Spidey Trois, there’s probably nothing I can say that will dissuade you from racing to the multiplex for the eagerly anticipated third installment — but I gotta try

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Gamble pays off

With the exception of “Rounders,” movies about poker rarely get it right.  Even in the classic “The Cincinnati Kid,” with the immortal showdown between Steve McQueen and Edward G. Robinson, the final hand is straight out of fantasyland.  They’re playing five-card stud, and McQueen gets a full house — only

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Gamble pays off

With the exception of “Rounders,” movies about poker rarely get it right.  Even in the classic “The Cincinnati Kid,” with the immortal showdown between Steve McQueen and Edward G. Robinson, the final hand is straight out of fantasyland.  They’re playing five-card stud, and McQueen gets a full house — only

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Ms. Oscar tumbles

Just when you thought “The Reaping” was the most convoluted and overwrought flashback-riddled thriller starring an Academy Award-winning actress in theaters, along comes “Perfect Stranger.”  With her Oscar for “Monster’s Ball” fading fast in the rearview mirror, Halle Berry continues her string of earnest but mostly sub-par performances in mostly bad

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Ms. Oscar tumbles

Just when you thought “The Reaping” was the most convoluted and overwrought flashback-riddled thriller starring an Academy Award-winning actress in theaters, along comes “Perfect Stranger.”  With her Oscar for “Monster’s Ball” fading fast in the rearview mirror, Halle Berry continues her string of earnest but mostly sub-par performances in mostly bad

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Pure popcorn fun

Rose McGowan is Cherry Darling, a former go-go dancer and wannabe stand-up comic who sports a machine gun where once she had a leg.  Kurt Russell is Stuntman Mike, a smiling, muscle car-driving speed-demon who has a hideous scar creasing his face and a propensity for imitating John Wayne and

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Pure popcorn fun

Rose McGowan is Cherry Darling, a former go-go dancer and wannabe stand-up comic who sports a machine gun where once she had a leg.  Kurt Russell is Stuntman Mike, a smiling, muscle car-driving speed-demon who has a hideous scar creasing his face and a propensity for imitating John Wayne and

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