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Lynne Ramsay has dropped out of directing western ‘Jane Got A Gun’, swiftly being replaced by Gavin O’Connor. Actor Jude Law also abandons the project.
Duncan offers his thoughts on the 85th Academy Awards telecast, as well as brief reviews of ‘Peeping Tom’ and ‘Side Effects’.
Duncan ranks seven of the greatest performances by multiple actors on a single role.
Joe Wright’s newest adaptation both baffles and captivates.
Although ‘My Blueberry Nights’ is a love story, much of the film is devoted to the pain of failed relationships, which creates a powerful depiction of earnestness of a potentially working one.
Martin Scorcese’s love letter to cinema is visually dazzling, but ultimately fails to create its own magic and works better as a history lesson than an escapist work of cinema.
Review of ‘Contagion, Most Anticipated Movies Final Poll, Review of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘The Killing,’ plus recommendations and the usual…
‘Amelie’ best shot movie, Scorcese’s ‘Cabret’ adds some fantastic cast members, ‘Love Ranch’ gets bad early reviews, Han and Chewy reunite, iconic characters get “iced”…
Grade: C The Hollywoodization of Inspector Sherlock Holmes is complete. The new version of the intellectual detective is a brawny ladies man who thirsts for physicality as much as he longs for truth. He doesnâ€™t just stroll around sleuthing with a magnifying glass â€“ he enters bare knuckle boxing matches and â€œoutwitsâ€ his opponents. The […]