The New Yorker has a review of "Creation," the new movie about the life of Charles Darwin. "As a journey through Darwin’s discoveries, 'Creation' fails, although, given the intricacy and the patience of his working methods, it is hard to imagine how such a film might succeed," writes Anthony Lane.

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