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Critic at Large

'Serious films' still can't escape a touch of Hollywood

By Ed Siegel
Globe Staff / December 23, 2004

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It often seems that there's as big a gap between so-called Hollywood movies and "serious films" as there is between red states and blue states. Hollywood movies cater to adolescents and families at megaplexes, while what are loosely, and usually inaccurately, termed independent films cater to those looking for more celluloid thoughtfulness in art houses. (Full article: 1079 words)

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