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Wesley Morris's Top 15

Amid societal unease, onscreen blood was abundant and tidy endings were rare

By Wesley Morris
Globe Staff / December 30, 2007

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Another year, another disclaimer: This list is subject to change. Another misgiving: Why only 10? Something longer - longer than the 15 unranked movies I eventually chose - would include "The Savages," Tamara Jenkins's piquant study of middle-class, middle-age-ish underachiever narcissism; and both Charles Ferguson's "No End in Sight" and Barbet Schroeder's "Terror's Advocate," two excellent documentary portraits of, respectively, ... (Full article: 2092 words)

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