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4/18/2014
Lionel Barrymore and Miriam Hopkins were among the brightest stars in Hollywood in 1933. He already had one of the first Best Actor Oscars in his cabinet for A Free Soul (1931).
4/16/2014
Captain America is not one of the more interesting superheroes in the Marvel film universe. This was clearly evident in the first Captain movie.
4/15/2014
Philomena, one of the last 2013 Best Picture nominees to reach Blu-ray, has finally been released on home video this week.
4/6/2014
Despite the speculation and controversy Noah has attributed since debuting on Friday, March 28, the film has all you need to be entertained.
4/5/2014
Movies about foster children often come with a certain stigma of being sappy and manipulative.
3/28/2014
Many of the best directors in the 1940s and 1950s started out as screenwriters.
3/28/2014
The Grand Budapest Hotel plays like a Wes Anderson greatest hits album. Particular Andersonian foibles plucked from his previous films pop up over the course of the film.
3/25/2014
The long-awaited novel turned movie, Divergent, hit movie theaters on Thursday.
3/21/2014
If The Maltese Falcon was the birth of film noir and Double Indemnity was the genre all grown up, then Touch of Evil was its last grasp at life.
3/19/2014
Humphrey Bogart remains an icon of the Golden Age of Hollywood. For many, he is the embodiment of all that's great from the era.
3/18/2014
It’s not often easy for a series to make the transition from the small screen to the big one.
3/16/2014
It is not often that video games can translate to the big screen.

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