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November 5, 1987 | KEVIN THOMAS, Times Staff Writer
As the credits of "Coming Up Roses" (at the Nuart today through Wednesday) unroll, the camera pans over a series of abandoned movie palaces, settling at last on a puddle of water in which we can read a neon reflection: R E X. Alas, it's no use taking heart, for it's the last night for the Rex, a crumbling Art Deco pile in the Welsh mining town of Aberdare. Once Aberdare boasted six movie theaters, but they have died off just like its mines.
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February 5, 2010 | By Michael Phillips
Stupid fun, "From Paris With Love" doesn't do much for Paris or love, or your brain cells, but it flies like a crazed eagle on uppers and comes from the talented, propulsive schlocketeer Pierre Morel. A former cinematographer who learned to light brutality stylishly under the tutelage of international violence impresario Luc Besson, Morel turns his kinetic eye to a tale (story by Besson, script by Adi Hasak) of a low-level spy and Paris embassy functionary, played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
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February 5, 2010 | By Michael Phillips
Stupid fun, "From Paris With Love" doesn't do much for Paris or love, or your brain cells, but it flies like a crazed eagle on uppers and comes from the talented, propulsive schlocketeer Pierre Morel. A former cinematographer who learned to light brutality stylishly under the tutelage of international violence impresario Luc Besson, Morel turns his kinetic eye to a tale (story by Besson, script by Adi Hasak) of a low-level spy and Paris embassy functionary, played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
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November 5, 1987 | KEVIN THOMAS, Times Staff Writer
As the credits of "Coming Up Roses" (at the Nuart today through Wednesday) unroll, the camera pans over a series of abandoned movie palaces, settling at last on a puddle of water in which we can read a neon reflection: R E X. Alas, it's no use taking heart, for it's the last night for the Rex, a crumbling Art Deco pile in the Welsh mining town of Aberdare. Once Aberdare boasted six movie theaters, but they have died off just like its mines.
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May 7, 2004 | Gene Seymour, Newsday
Eight-year-old Valentin lives in Buenos Aires during the late 1960s, when two countries are racing each other to the moon. Valentin wants very badly to go but is told by one of the many spoilsport grown-ups in his life that Argentines are nowhere near joining the race. So what? Valentin (Rodrigo Noya) is accustomed to impossible dreams.
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