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Minor Mishaps Philip French: The characters are a little tiresome, but not dislikable, and the events predictable, tending to contradict Tolstoy's dictum about unhappy families
My Big Fat Greek Wedding Philip French: ...it's a poorly drilled parade of clichés familiar from pictures about force-of-life immigrants running ethnic restaurants
New Guy Philip French: ...incoherent and entirely unfunny
Road to Perdition Philip French: This is all familiar stuff... But Mendes and the veteran cinematographer Conrad Hall, who has a special eye for the infinite sadness of the America landscape, make it all new, if self-consciously so
Swimfan Philip French: A tapestry of loose ends, the movie is, in effect, a teenage reworking of Fatal Attraction with the added frisson that Christensen, the crazed femme fatale, played Michael Douglas's wayward daughter in Traffic