Religious intolerance wasn't a new idea in the movies of the 1940s, but for some reason Crossfire has been singled out as making something unique out of this tale. I'm baffled as to why: Today the movie seems pat, with a curious setup but a drawn-out hour of investigation that looks like a schoolyard game of C.S.I. by today's standards.
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A decade after his last film as a director, Mel Gibson received a standing ovation and glowing reviews when his war drama Hacksaw Ridge premiered at...