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1/25/2015
Cake is a classic example of a film’s quality not being up to par with its main performer’s work.
1/24/2015
As one of Britain’s most beloved and cherished literary characters, it is surprising Paddington Bear has never graced the screen until now.
1/18/2015
There’s something so wonderful about a film that can find so much warmth, heart and honesty with such a simple, concise plot. Such is the case for Ira Sachs’ Love is Strange.
1/18/2015
Clint Eastwood, 84 and with a well-established legacy, has granted himself free reign to do whatever he pleases.
1/17/2015
Martin Luther King Jr. was a man, but Selma proves much more than that. Director Ava DuVernay paints a picture of the Civil Rights movement that humanizes not just Dr.
1/16/2015
Last weekend, The Normal Heart managed to get one last award at the Golden Globes.
1/15/2015
Somewhere between 2009-2014, writer/director Jason Reitman lost his touch.
1/13/2015
Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart, originally titled Jack et la mécanique du coeur, was translated from its original French and was released in 2014.
1/13/2015
The beauty of Richard Linklater’s Boyhood isn’t that it reinvents what it means to make a “coming of age” movie.
1/9/2015
With its three British Independent Film Awards — one being Best British Independent Film—its Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy and its newly announced BAFTA nomination
1/7/2015
Paul Thomas Anderson, a master of diverging cinematic norms and juggling an excess of characters, is perhaps the perfect filmmaker to adapt an author like Thomas Pynchon.
1/5/2015
Based on her own short film of the same name, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is not only writer/director Ana Lily Amirpour’s shocking astute feature debut, but also the kind of film Iran has

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