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In the last decade of his life, Adams spent much of his time trying to teach his craft at the Eddie Adams Barnstorm workshop. It's a simple thing, one that plenty of ordinary people would do if they had risen to the top of a profession they loved. Still, after a day of watching men behave like politicians, it is liberating to see one who knew how to be a citizen.

Director Susan Morgan Cooper discusses An Unlikely Weapon.

A Deal Is a Deal
The thin, gimmicky premise of a train robbery is meant to e played for pitch-black comedy but comes off a murky gray.

Two likable Tucson slackers fall into one of the sweetest easy-money schemes imaginable when they become "kindler, gentler" coyotes.


This road trip film involving a group of teenagers from eastern Australia catches teen angst in unexpected ways and goes, as you expect, into dark territory.

Nothing curdles comedy more quickly than forced whimsy, which is what this would-be romantic comedy has in abundance.

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