Sean Beaudoin

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Duplicity Tony Gilory — 5.1

For a lousy movie, this really wasn't that bad. Except when it was. Which, yeah, was pretty often. Pretty much any movie that Julia Roberts swishes through these days is a loss from the first frame. She's horribly mis-cast here, biting off her dialog with the usual disdain. She has zero chemistry with Clive Owen. So a movie based on whether their undying love can overcome their scamming hearts really never has a chance. And the corporate insider intrigue is pretty silly. But Owen is compelling as always, and Paul Giamatti is sort of amusing in his role as the main greedhead. Please, Julia Roberts, send thee to a nunnery!

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