The American: For Italy & the World
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Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
A horror thriller about bereavement, estrangement and necrophilia is odd but incomplete.
Irish writer-director Ivan Kavanaugh's haunted house riff does all the right things, but flatly.
There's plenty of style to spare in Ridley Scott's Napoleon-era first feature.
Laurence Michael Levin's screwball comedy is neither screwy nor particularly funny.
Tommie Lee Jones again proves himself at home making and starring a Western.