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— Kathy Bates, Titanic

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Noi Albinoi

Mystery and ambivalence about this Bleak portrait of isolation are amplified on DVD —Marty Mapes (DVD review...)

Noi the Albino spends winter in Iceland alone

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Clive Owen

  • The Boys are Back (2009)

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Hamstrung by predictability and padding

  • Duplicity (2009)

    Owen and Roberts get closer to Duplicity Review by Matt Anderson: Full of ideas about corporations and competition, but also simply fun to watch and ponder

  • Shoot 'em Up (2007)

    Owen plays a game of Shoot 'Em Up Review by Matt Anderson: A live action version of a Looney Tunes cartoon minus the biting dialogue

  • Inside Man (2006)

    Washington hunts (the) Inside Man Review by Matt Anderson: What exactly is going on is a mystery through much of the movie

    DVD review by Matt Anderson: Inside Man is a single-disc DVD that comes packed with a trove of worthwhile supplemental features

  • Sin City (2005)

    Dawson and Owen save Sin City from the cops Review by Matt Anderson: Two hours of black-and-white-and-red maulings, decapitations, shootings, choppings, croppings...

    Review by Marty Mapes and Matt Anderson: Eye-popping visuals, little redeeming value except sick fun, and hardly any DVD extras

    DVD review by Matt Anderson: It's back, in an excellent double-disc set. Just don't believe everything you read on the package.

    DVD review by Matt Anderson: There's still a lack of honesty in Sin City

  • King Arthur (2004)

    Owen lacks the charisma of King Arthur Review by Matt Anderson: Proves that "reality" isn't always the best source material

  • Beyond Borders (2003)

    Jolie works Beyond Borders Review by Matt Anderson: Beyond Borders would have done greater service without the romantic entanglements

  • The Bourne Identity (2002)

    Damon clings to The Bourne Identity Review by Heather Wadowski: America can wait for the DVD, when it's easy to skip past its many espionage clich├ęs

  • Croupier (1998)

    Review by Marty Mapes