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'No Man's Land' Analyzes Horrors of Trench Warfare, Blurred Enemy Lines

"No Man's Land" 3 Stars By focusing a microscopic view on a conflict most Americans objectively observed from afar, "No Man's Land" forces its audience to address the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina firsthand. The film is the story of three soldiers (two Bosnian, one Serbian) who get stuck in a trench between the two opposing lines. Unfortunately, the film meets a fate similar to its characters -- lost somewhere between a thought-provoking anti-war feature and a dull examination of what movies taught us long ago: War sucks.

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Beastly 'Brotherhood' Bends History

"Brotherhood of the Wolf" Three Stars Wouldn't "Four Weddings and a Funeral" have been infinitely more entertaining if it had less talking and more kickboxing? And who wouldn't have enjoyed "All About My Mother" more if it had included a hefty helping of gratuitous nudity?

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