Roger Ebert’s 4-Star review of Shame
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Roger Ebert’s 4-Star review of Shame

A movie as bold as Shame is bound to be polarizing. Helping to offset some…

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A Dangerous Method opens in New York to strong support
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A Dangerous Method opens in New York to strong support

In a week of cinematic riches raining down from all directions, it’s tough to grab…

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Hugo clocks in with major raves from top critics
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Hugo clocks in with major raves from top critics

4-star reviews from The New Yorker, Variety, Box Office Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter. 4 stars…

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Rex Reed: My Week with Marilyn is “a warm, wonderful and enchanting work of artistry”
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Rex Reed: My Week with Marilyn is “a warm, wonderful and enchanting work of artistry”

An early look at Rex Reed’s rave review for My Week with Marilyn. What an…

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Rex Reed: My Week with Marilyn is "a warm, wonderful and enchanting work of artistry"
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Rex Reed: My Week with Marilyn is "a warm, wonderful and enchanting work of artistry"

An early look at Rex Reed’s rave review for My Week with Marilyn. What an…

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More raves sweep ashore for The Descendants
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More raves sweep ashore for The Descendants

(new TV spot in advance of tomorrow’s premiere in NY and LA) Already standing in…

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More raves sweep ashore for The Descendants
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More raves sweep ashore for The Descendants

(new TV spot in advance of tomorrow’s premiere in NY and LA) Already standing in…

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J Edgar is a Love Story with one of the Best Performances of the Year
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J Edgar is a Love Story with one of the Best Performances of the Year

Eastwood’s movies weave a European mentality into our American mainstream. In Europe, in France especially,…

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Variety: Tintin is "Lavish." THR: "Visually Splendid."
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Variety: Tintin is "Lavish." THR: "Visually Splendid."

The trades rave The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. Variety: …Clearly rejuvenated…

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Empire says Tintin is "gorgeous and faithfully whimsical"
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Empire says Tintin is "gorgeous and faithfully whimsical"

Empire’s 4-star review raves “Spielberg has brought a boy’s heart, an artist’s guile, and a…

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Ides of March gets boost from Entertainment Weekly
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Ides of March gets boost from Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly’s Owen Gleiberman says The Ides of March is George Clooney’s best film yet…

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Moneyball –  Even the Losers Get Lucky Sometimes
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Moneyball – Even the Losers Get Lucky Sometimes

There is a reason we have long since married our American spirit to baseball, and…

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Wuthering Heights, "superb, groundbreaking"
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Wuthering Heights, "superb, groundbreaking"

IndieWIRE’s Oliver Lyttelton …Arnold eschewed the starry route when she took the job, casting mostly…

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From Sideways to Upright: Alexander Payne Evolves with The Descendants
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From Sideways to Upright: Alexander Payne Evolves with The Descendants

Todd McCarthy on A Dangerous Method: "Precise, lucid, thrillingly disciplined"
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Todd McCarthy on A Dangerous Method: "Precise, lucid, thrillingly disciplined"

Todd McCarthy in Venice for The Hollywood Reporter: “We have to go into uncharted territory,”…

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TIME gives Rise of the Apes a perfect score
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TIME gives Rise of the Apes a perfect score

Unleashed: The Rise of the Planet of the Apes is 2011’s Best Film so Far
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Unleashed: The Rise of the Planet of the Apes is 2011’s Best Film so Far

The best movies you never see coming. Into the Age of Anxiety comes this redux…

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Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows sticks the landing
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Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows sticks the landing

Reviews from the L.A. trades and London papers come tumbling in tonight, and critics are…

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6-minute train wreck sequence from Super 8
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6-minute train wreck sequence from Super 8

“Production Values!” EW’s Lisa Schwatzbaum says Super 8 is “a great specimen of original storytelling…

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Cannes 2011: The Skin I Live In, reviews
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Cannes 2011: The Skin I Live In, reviews

The Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw says Pedro Almodovar’s The Skin I Live In “has a fanatical…

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