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October 12, 1997 | Paul Brownfield, Paul Brownfield is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer
Welcome to Superior, Ariz., where apparently they don't have a dentist. While moviegoers are accustomed to seeing bad teeth presented as a British stereotype--consider the collective choppers of the male-stripping mates in the Fox Searchlight hit comedy "The Full Monty"--bad dental work is taken to an entirely different low in the Phoenix Pictures film "U-Turn," the darkly comic neo-noir directed by Oliver Stone. In "U-Turn," teeth make the men.
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October 12, 1997 | Paul Brownfield, Paul Brownfield is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer
Welcome to Superior, Ariz., where apparently they don't have a dentist. While moviegoers are accustomed to seeing bad teeth presented as a British stereotype--consider the collective choppers of the male-stripping mates in the Fox Searchlight hit comedy "The Full Monty"--bad dental work is taken to an entirely different low in the Phoenix Pictures film "U-Turn," the darkly comic neo-noir directed by Oliver Stone. In "U-Turn," teeth make the men.
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