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A legendary actor of stage and screen, Patrick Stewart rarely gives a flawed performance, and yes, I’ve seen “Masterminds.” Always the best thing in everything he appears in, Stewart manages to top himself in “Match,” which does offer the thespian an opportunity to play something other than a captain or a professor. Pulling Stewart out of typecasting, writer/director Stephen Belber (“Management”) captures a graceful performance of masked intention and deep-seated guilt. Not that co-stars Carla Gugino and Matthew Lillard are subpar, but Stewart has a way of taking the viewer on a specific dramatic journey, gifting “Match” a sense of surprise and buried pain that’s always riveting to watch. Read the rest at


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