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12/18/2014
Musicals just aren’t what they used to be today, that much is for certain.
12/18/2014
For those who not only remember the Night at the Museum movies but also were clamoring for another, rejoice.
12/17/2014
Under the Skin, director Jonathan Glazer’s first film in a decade, is a disorienting and disturbing experience, but ultimately one of the most enjoyable of 2014.
12/16/2014
Often what makes memoirs so engrossing on the page are also what restricts their eventual film adaptations: their spoken honesty.
12/15/2014
The Theory of Everything makes one thing painfully clear: it is really hard to make an interesting, dramatic biopic when every major player in the story is still alive.
12/11/2014
Within three months time, Laura Poitras’ documentary Citizenfour went from a movie no one heard of to one everyone can’t stop bringing up.
12/8/2014
Those familiar with The Daily Show should know about host Jon Stewart’s wit, timeliness and political drive.
12/5/2014
NBC's Peter Pan Live brings the stage to your television.
11/29/2014
Stretch had a difficult road to the big screen. So difficult, in fact, it never even made it there.
11/29/2014
Lois Lowry's The Giver has been a staple of classrooms since it was first published two decades ago and inspired a whole genre of dystopian young adult novels.
11/27/2014
In light of the regained public awareness in Lou Gehrig’s disease, via the Ice Bucket Challenge earlier this year, it’s almost a perfect time for a Stephen Hawking biopic to hit the awards season.
11/27/2014
Often, celebrity-focused films—especially satires— fail for one specific reason: they fail to make their comedy accessible to a wide audience.

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