On this week's Voice Film Club podcast, this paper's film critics kick things off with something of a "potpourri segment," to borrow a phrase from Voice film editor Alan Scherstuhl. Echoing a common sentiment in the movie world, Scherstuhl describes the month of January as a "grim, featureless lands ... More >>
For Robert Redford, Sundance's opening day was a bummer. He woke up to learn the Academy had snubbed him for a (deserved) Best Actor nod for the sparse yachting drama All Is Lost, and had to spend his typically triumphant morning press conference swatting down questions about being sad. Luckily for ... More >>
Director Richard Curtis uses the time-travel device to achieve a number of aims, not all of them wretched.
The Raven is not the Poe drama you deserve
Ryan Reynolds's bod is the asset in men-on-the-run thriller Safe House
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
Finally confirming the big lie, Hollywood-style
In Bruges, playwright Martin McDonaghs sightseeing hit-men flick, isnt much of a trip
Familiar themes still flood the festival zone, but a couple of gems manage to shine through
The empire strikes back: Uneasy nods to contemporary politics is all this Heaven knows
Afflicted Zombies and Zen Acrobats
Let Their Freak Flags Fly
Millennium Movies Get a Second Chance
Definitely honor-free will be Joseph Fiennes for Shakespeare (sorry, but the Bard didn't look like Rob Lowe).
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