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'True Story,' 'Child 44,' 'Unfriended' and 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2': Find Out if They're Worth Seeing
It’s a busy weekend at the box office. Several movies with big-name stars are opening, but it seems studios are using the time between box office champ "Furious 7’s" release and the May 1 opening of " The Avengers : Age of Ultron" to dump some duds. First up, the drama "True Story" has so much star
Movie Review: 'The Drop,' Starring James Gandolfini
Starring: James Gandolfini Rated R Four out of five stars Dark and moody, clever and artful with a twist on cliché, "The Drop" is a surprising and tantalizing fall crime drama sprinkled with indelible moments provided by the consistently extraordinary Tom Hardy. This movie, sadly, is also the last
Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace Star in 'The Drop'
The actors talk about working together in the new crime drama based on Dennis Lehane's short story.
James Gandolfini's Son: 'Amazing to See' Dad on Screen in Last Film
James Gandolfini left a slew of projects in the works when he died last year at age 51. His latest film, "The Drop," just premiered in New York City this week and a special guest -- Gandolfini's son Michael, 14 -- was on hand to see his father's work. "It was really bittersweet," Michael Gandolfini
New York Film Festival: 12 Movies You Must See
One of my favorite film festivals kicks off today with Ang Lee's Life of Pi in 3D and this year, there's more than one reason to be excited. The New York Film Festival celebrates 50 years and bids farewell to its Selection Committee Chair (and Film Society of Lincoln Center Program Director)
Teen Choice Awards: 'Vampire Diaries' and 'American Idol' Among Favorites
Young people around the country will be tuning into Fox this Sunday night for the Teen Choice Awards. The CW drama “The Vampire Diaries” and Fox’s “American Idol” are among the TV shows entering the event with several nominations apiece. SLIDESHOW: Best Moments from the...
Anyone who’s been paying attention to the evolution of “Prometheus” has been hearing director Ridley Scott, the actors and almost anybody else involved in the production, say it’s not a prequel to “Alien,” but instead includes the DNA of “Alien” (a clever allusion to the...
Review: ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’
You know what’s great about David Fincher’s “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo?” Everything. In what could be the most exhilarating title sequence ever created, Fincher immediately immerses us in the dark, twisted, ink-stained, hi-tech nightmares of our dark, twisted ink-stained, hi-tech heroine, ...
Review: ‘Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows’
I was not a fan of director Guy Ritchie’s first “Sherlock Holmes.” Ritchie + Downey Jr. + Jude Law should’ve equaled a cinematic grand slam. It was more like a single, though, and the runner got thrown out at second trying to stretch it into...
Critics Choice Awards 2011 Winners List
Best Picture * "The Social Network" "127 Hours" "Black Swan" "The Fighter" "Inception" "The King's Speech" "The Town" "Toy Story 3 "True Grit" "Winter's Bone" Best Actor * Colin Firth - "The King's Speech" Jeff Bridges - "True Grit" Robert Duvall - "Get Low" Jesse Eisenberg - "The Social Network"