This week Alex and Phil try not to betray one another’s trust as they discuss The Ides of March and the top 5 betrayal movies.
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‘The Ides of March’ is tightly scripted and brilliantly acted with a few third act flaws.
Review of ‘Moneyball’, poll results about best young actor of 2011, and review of ‘Straw Dogs’…
‘Moneyball’ will be more appreciated by people who love baseball, but the performances and pace can be appreciated by anyone.
Some call it an Oscar lock and others call it melodramatic and cheesy. What’s the real deal on ‘Moneyball’?
Early reactions to the film appear mostly mixed leaning towards the positive.
The Toronto and Venice Film Festival selection looks like it could be an acting showcase.
Newcomers face off against veterans in this tough-to-predict category.
‘Boogie Nights’ remains my favorite film that Anderson has yet produced and quite honestly I canâ€™t imagine him producing a better picture. To me it offers the charm and eloquence of ‘Punch-Drunk Love’ and ‘Magnolia’ combined with the epic scope of ‘There Will Be Blood.’
The Toronto Film Festival is over, which means “Of the Day” is back!
Breakouts and Outbreaks: Capote transformed Philip Seymour Hoffman’s career and upped the ante of his acting standards.
Philip Seymour Hoffman looks great in this film that marks his directing debut.
Paul Thomas Anderson, easily one of the greatest working directors, has announced his follow-up to the Oscar winning There Will Be Blood. Anderson will be writing and directing a period drama about the founder of a new religious organization in the 1950s. Universal is set to greenlight the film with a production budget of $35 […]