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Southern neo-noir 'The Hollow' wears out its welcome

Writer-director-actor Miles Doleac’s sprawling Southern-fried mystery “The Hollow” has the rich characters and milieu of a good literary novel, but never quite works as a movie. While the dialogue is colorful and the acting strong, this is ultimately a 90-minute neo-noir stretched unnecessarily...
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