Oliver Stone’s latest film, ‘Snowden,’ is a well-meaning but painfully obvious portrait of Edward Snowden, bolstered by a great central performance.
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The original ‘Wall Street’ still seems more relevant today than its sequel.
‘South of the Border’ has a respectable point to make, but it would have been better made by someone not afraid to ask the tough questions.
Reviews for ‘Wall Street 2’, ‘Chongqing Blues’, ‘Another Year’, ‘The Housewife’, ‘You Will Meet a Tall, Dark Stranger’ and many more as well as photos and video!
This year’s festival will likely include films by Mike Leigh, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Julian Schnabel, Susanne Bier, and Jean-Luc Godard.
Oliver Stone’s sequel to his highly successful Wall Street film received its first trailer this week. Oliver Stone has been on a bit of a slump as of late with the mediocre W., the sappy World Trade Center, and the ridiculous Alexander. However, this new trailer for Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps looks solid. It […]