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Stephen Tolkin - Shots of a variety of stars as they arrived to the 46th National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Image Awards. The awards were held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 17th January 2015

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Fidel (2002) Review


Bad
A sentimental and suprisingly pro-Castro docudrama, Fidel is a completely one-sided love letter to Fidel Castro, overlooking decades of near-terror-level dictatorship of the country.

At 140 minutes long, it will try the patience of even the most dedicated viewer. The first half of the film follows Castro the protester, with long scenes in back rooms discussing his politics and unhappiness with then President Batista. Then long scenes as he plans a coup. Then a short bit of action as he completes the coup. Then long scenes as emerging dictator (mostly in back offices, planning and scheming).

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Intensity Review


Weak
John McGinley takes an odd role as an extremely odd psycho. He's kidnapped a little girl and is keeping her in his basement. And then for some reason he massacres a nearby family, in order to take pictures of the dead guys and bring them back to the little girl. Along for the ride is poor Chyna (Molly Parker), who had a rough childhood full of violence, and here she is trying to stop the madman who killed her college friend. See, she's got problems, he's got problems? If she survives the torment of the killer, will she survive her own inner torment? Yes, it's all nonsense, stretched out to the 3 hours of mini-series length and courtesy of mass-market horror writer Dean Koontz. Whatever!
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