By David Jenkins
Jake Gyllenhaal sees his double and enters a vortex of wanton weirdness in this cold, experimental drama.
By Michael Leader
Despite a stand-out performance from an old pro, Beginners keeps the audience at a distance.
By Jonathan Crocker
Quentin Tarantino’s World War Two epic is saved by one genius performance and some hot flashes of dialogue.
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