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    Film Review: ‘Victoria & Abdul’ is a Charming Tale of Friendship

    If you are looking for a charming film that will leave you feeling uplifted, look no further than “Victoria & Abdul.” Set in the waning days of the reign of Queen Victoria, this is the true story of an unlikely and controversial friendship. The film opens on Abdul (Ali Fazal), a clerk in an Indian […] More

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    Film Review #2: Maps to the Stars (★★½)

    (For another take, read Clayton’s review of Map to the Stars from the 2014 New York Film Festival.) The latest film from director David Cronenberg, the satire Maps to the Stars is the very definition of a mixed bag. On the one hand, it’s probably Cronenberg’s best movie since A History of Violence, and features the […] More

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    New Trailer Drops for David Cronenberg’s ‘Maps to the Stars’

    I’m still unsure if we’re going to have an Oscar contender on our hands with David Cronenberg‘s latest film Maps to the Stars, but the folks behind the movie are certainly keeping the publicity going. Today we have a new Trailer for the flick, which stars Mia Wasikowska, Julianne Moore (who’s actually getting some buzz, […] More

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    David Ayer’s ‘Sabotage’ starring Arnold Schwarzenegger Gets a Trailer

    Last year, David Ayer‘s End of Watch absolutely blew me away, making my Top Ten list for 2012 and really establishing Ayer as a filmmaker with the capacity to do something special. Well, next year he’ll be back with awards bait when his Brad Pitt World War II tank movie Fury opens in November, but […] More

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    Arnold Schwarzenegger is Back in Action in the First Trailer for ‘Sabotage’

    Get blown away by Open Road Film’s latest action-packed thriller,  SABOTAGE. The film follows Arnold Schwarzenegger as he leads an elite DEA task force whose members start being eliminated after they bust one of the world’s largest drug cartels. As the body count begins to rise, everyone is a suspect.Take a look at the brand new TRAILER that debuted today! From the writer of Training […] More

  • Weekend Openings (12/7/2012)

    Being that this weekend kicks off with “a date which will live in infamy,” it’s fitting that FDR makes a big-screen appearance in Hyde Park on the Hudson.  Toss in some romantic comedies, some foreign features, and some drama and you’ve got some options to hold you till “the big one” next week (The Hobbit, […] More

  • Sizing Up: Best Supporting Actress

    The Sizing Up Series continues with a look at the slate of Best Supporting Actress contenders. As always, this is as large a grouping of the hopefuls as possible (excluding some no shot contenders and members of bigger ensembles…or else this could have 50 or more people in the article), categorizing them by their assumed likelihood of […] More

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    BFI London Film Festival – DAY 4

    A few months back, Hyde Park on Hudson looked like a premium slice of King’s Speech-style Oscar bait. Then the trailer hit, and its awards chances looked somewhat slimmer. This morning I attended a screening of the film, and if the Academy decides to reward this lacklustre exercise in dreary historical drama then I may […] More

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