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Renny Harlin’s Russian Baddies; John Sayles’s ‘Amigo’: Movies

The phony Russian accents in “5 Days of War” sound like bad imitations of Boris and Natasha, the Cold War villains in the old Rocky & Bullwinkle cartoons.

Authenticity isn’t foremost in Renny Harlin’s silly, simpleminded film about journalists covering the 2008 Russia-Georgia war who try to reunite a stranded Georgian teacher (Emmanuelle Chriqui) with her family.