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Review: Spielberg + Day-Lewis = ‘Lincoln’
Steven Spielberg directs Daniel Day-Lewis, but is
Review: ‘A Late Quartet’ Hits the Right Note
Christopher Walken and Philip Seymour Hoffman star in this piercing drama.
Review: ‘The Details’ is Better Than the Title Suggests
It's the inevitable spiral effect: what begins with raccoons will eventually end in murder.
Review: Jack Black Overachieves in ‘Bernie’
Jack Black delivers the best performance of his career in the offbeat
Review: Oscar-Nominated ‘Footnote’ is Almost Great
The Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Picture has finally been reviewed.
Review: ‘Sound of My Voice’ Deserves a Voice
Brit Marling returns in her follow-up to
Review: Robert Zemeckis Returns to the Air with ‘Flight’
Dear Robert Zemeckis, thank you for making a live-action movie for a change.
Review: ‘The Sessions’ Seeks Oscar Glory
John Hawkes and Helen Hurt turn in Oscar-worthy performances in this must-see film.
Review: The Do-Deca-Pentathlon
The Duplass brothers return with this movie that was filmed in only two days.
Review: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
It looks like a movie for old people, and it is. But it's also very good.
Review: The Wachowskis Return to Form with ‘Cloud Atlas’
Cloud Atlas is one of the most ambitious and riskiest movies in years.
Review: ‘Wake in Fright’ is Worth the Wait
The Australian movie won awards at Cannes in 1971, and then all but vanished.
Review: Lola Versus
Greta Gerwig stars as a woman whose fiancee dumps her. Now is my time to strike.
Review: ‘Wuthering Heights’ Whimpers in the Wind
From the director of
comes a very gray, windy movie about something.
Review: ‘The Master’ is No Masterpiece
Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman turn in great performances, but...
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Review: 'Inferno' Exactly What You'd Expect
The New 'Split' Trailer is Online
Review: 'Jack Reacher: Never Go Back'
The First One Sucked. 'Ouija: Origin of Evil' Does Not.