Film Review: ‘August: Osage County’

The play is made for film with evocative performances and a new standard of family dysfunction.

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Film Review: ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’

“Inside Llewyn Davis” exudes genuine character portrayal, but lacks stamina to drive feasibility to the very end.

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Film Review: ‘Philomena’

Inspired by a true story, “Philomena” follows two people on a journey for truth.

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Interview: Director/Writer Kasi Lemmons On ‘The Black Nativity’

Kasi Lemmons discusses her movie “The Black Nativity,” working with Forest Whittaker and Jennifer Hudson, and her career.

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Q&A: Director James Mangold Discusses ‘The Wolverine’

Mangold’s film is coming out on 4-disc Unleashed/Extended edition.

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AARP’s First Annual Movies For Grownups Film Festival

From “Nebraska” to “August: Osage County,” 9 buzzworthy films were screened for 50+ moviegoers this weekend.

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Film Review: ‘Dallas Buyers Club’

Matthew McConaughey delivers a groundbreaking performance in “Dallas Buyers Club.”

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Film Review: ‘Blue Is The Warmest Color’

“Blue is the Warmest Color” creates a consuming love story that executes provacative elements with sincerity.

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‘The Fifth Estate’ Illustrates Current Challenges In The Digital Era

“The Fifth Estate” brings light to the present tension between transparency and privacy.

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Film Review: ‘Kill Your Darlings’

Starring Daniel Radcliffe, “Kill Your Darlings” manages to hang by a thread.

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Film Review: ‘After Lucia’

This riveting film from Mexico presents a raw and intimate portrayal of bullying, grief, and vengeance.

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Film Review: ‘Don Jon’

Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes his directorial debut in “Don Jon,” a story about porn addiction.

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Film Review: ‘C.O.G.’

This personal tale from the works of David Sedaris falls flat on character and emotional drive.

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Film Review: ‘In A World…’

“In A World” is now playing in select theaters.

This delightful comedy follows one woman’s journey into the male dominating world of voice-over.

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