Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
Fiennes's direction is precise and passionate
Faust has the lingering feel of being dry-hump-assaulted by an unwashed psychotic
Just like it's already Christmas in certain department stores, the Oscar predix business happens to be in full swing, with goldderby.com asking us pundits for our premature (I mean extremely mature) guesses as to who will get nominated. Here are mine as of this very moment. Bear in mind tha ... More >>
I think that sounds nicer than "omnipresent," since it's not her fault that every movie she's ever done seems to be coming out all at once. She's Jessica Chastain, the 31-year-old beauty who's showing her range--and incredible aptitude for achievement--in the following 2011 films:
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
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3-D CGI replaces analog as an afterthought
So we've all heard that one silver lining to the whole economic meltdown is that New York is
Monster Mom: middlebrow French melodrama
Actor Barry McGovern brings his adaptations of Samuel Beckett's novels to the stage
Ralph Fiennes, and Liam Neeson, and Barry McGovern interprettake on Beckett
Double-wide-eyed by an opera trailer at Carnegie Hall and by a Senate race out North Carolina way
In Bruges, playwright Martin McDonaghs sightseeing hit-men flick, isnt much of a trip
The talking cure, Irish style: Is its hour up?
The Top 40 Picks of the Tribeca Film Festival
Get witch or die trying: Dense and extremely weird, Goblet has no drinking problems
Blessed are the cheesemakers: Whimsical animated feature shows inventive minds at clay
Postcolonial detritus and pharmaceutical devilry dominate a mature le Carré adaptation
In 'The Constant Gardener', the suddenly ubiquitous Ralph Fiennes masters the art of diplomacy
Speaking of slavery, Cold Mountain doesn't. Its pale version of history is a whitewash.
In Search of Safe Havens
David Cronenberg Adapts Patrick McGrath's Diary of a Madman
Journeys: on the Town, on His Own, Through Family History
The Many Sides of Indie Film's Newest Siren