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At the end of “Psycho,” the authoritative shrink played by Simon Oakland tells us, “Matricide is probably the most unbearable crime of all.” After sitting through Michael Lehmann’s “Because I Said So,” you might not be so sure. Diane Keaton plays longtime single mom Daphne, who’s just about to turn 60 and who can’t help meddling in the life of her youngest daughter, the shy and somewhat klutzy Milly (Mandy Moore), the only one of her three girls who remains unmarried. Apparently unhip to the notion of boundaries, Daphne seeks a mate for Milly by placing a personal ad and interviewing the respondents herself. Most of the candidates, with their mohawks and piercings, their


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