As we dig into Best Actor and Actress, is there anything stopping Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne from winning Sunday night? There might be.
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As quietly thrilling as it is frustrating, Kelly Reichardt’s ‘Night Moves’ is a deliberate inversion of our expectations for a paranoid eco-thriller.
After setting critics ablaze at Venice last year, the trailer for Kelly Reichardt’s ‘Night Moves’ promising an enticing, pulsating eco-thriller.
The race for the Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival heats up with the ecstatic response to Kelly Reichardt’s eco-terror thriller ‘Night Moves’.
‘Now You See Me’ is the definition of style over substance, conning the audience into believing it smarter and sweeter than it actually is.
Review of ’30 Minutes or Less’,
The writer and director should have taken a note from the film’s title and kept this film tighter. Instead ’30 Minutes or Less’ has a disproportionate amount of groans relative to its laughs.
From veterans who always give great performances to newbies breaking new ground and actors you never thought had it in them, 2010 was the year of the performances.
Despite its construction flaws, The Social Network is undeniably one of the most important movies of the decade.
The movie that was once thought of as a joke is now a serious Oscar contender.
The teaser for ‘The Social Network’ only gives us a few pieces to the puzzle.
‘Solitary Man’ is the type of grown-up movie that is not common for the summer time, but it is definitely more worthy of its ticket price than the childish summer fare.
Aaron Sorkin’s script features some quick back-and-forth dialogue and makes the upcoming film look quite promising.