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  • BRIDESHEAD REVISITED": Lush retelling of Evelyn Waugh's romantic novel set in pre-World War II England makes good theater. Matthew Goode, Hayley Atwell and Emma Thompson star. — G. Whipp. (PG-13) 2 hrs. B
  • "CHRIS & DON: A LOVE STORY": Insightful film documents the passionate three-decade relationship between British writer Christopher Isherwood and American portrait painter Don Bachardy. Benefits from a wealth of home movies and Bachardy's portraits of his partner after he was stricken by cancer. — B. Strauss. (NR) 1 hr., 30 mins. A-
  • "CSNY: DEJA VU": This fascinating documentary on Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's controversial 2006 "Freedom of Speech" tour gives insights into the creative process and the politics of the band and its audiences. Neil Young directs using the name Bernard Shakey. — J. Harrington. (R) 1 hr., 33 mins. B
  • "THE DARK KNIGHT": Heath Ledger caps his career with a mesmerizing, scary performance as the Joker in a pitch-black sequel that returns Christian Bale as a mature but more intense Bruce Wayne/Batman. There are too many plot elements near the end. Otherwise, the film betters the excellent "Batman Begins" in story and stunts. Much darker and more violent than its predecessor, it's not recommended for children. — B. Caine. (PG-13) 2 hrs., 32 mins. A-

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