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For RogerEbert.com, a film whose German title is Bailey—Ein Freund fürs Leben. And the rather better Behemoth.
For The New York Times: Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, S is for Stanley, and The Age of Consequences.
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Honestly, though, as an animal lover the title itself sounded a discordant note, well before the big uproar began. And "Lasse Hallstrom" is indeed an accepted synonym for treacle (at least post-Grape, and maybe before).
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January 27, 2017 at 04:32 PM
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