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Movie Review: Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Is Sweet but Clichéd

The aging-Brits-in-foreign-lands movie has gone beyond the realm of the trite and become its own genre at this point, so it seems unsporting to poke holes in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel for doing pretty much what others of its ilk do: offering up a predictable menu of old regrets ... More »
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