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Good intentions don't always pay off in 'War Story' -- a film review

With recent headlines of journalists killed or under threat to be killed in war zones, the trauma of the conflict for those journalists, who are civilians, remains an under-explored theme on film. 843 more words


Being John Malkovich

Being John Malkovich presents something of a challenge. On the one hand, it’s hard to reject a movie that tells such an outlandish story. Honestly, we have a story about a lonely puppeteer who gets a job at a crazy office and discovers a portal into the mind of John Malkovich. 1,556 more words


Winona Ryder se une a Oscar Issac y Alfred Molina en nueva miniserie de HBO

Winona Ryder está de vuelta y nada más ni nada menos que junto a Oscar Isaac y Alfred Molina.

Recientemente conocimos la noticia de que la actriz de “Edward Scissorhands” se integrará al elenco de la miniserie de HBO “Show me a Hero”, historia que cuenta la historia de Nick Wasicsko, un alcalde de Yonkers, Nueva York, que tuvo que lidiar con el racismo, el asesinato y la política a fines de los 80. 275 more words


A Late Quartet

Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Mark Ivanir and Catherine Keener are the members of this titular quartet. Together, they face an existential crisis as their leader, Christopher Walken, unexpectedly announces he has Parkinson’s and is retiring.  111 more words

Begin Again

Delightfully charming

My rating: 4 1/2 reels out of 5

 A chance encounter between a disgraced music-business executive and a young singer-songwriter new to Manhattan turns into a promising collaboration between the two talents. 549 more words


Begin Again (Movie) Review

I went to watch Begin Again today to the cinema and I have to say I’m really surprised. I wanted to see it since I saw the trailer a few weeks ago and Keira Knightley is always a good excuse to watch a movie, but I have to say I loved it more than I thought. 195 more words


Quick Review: Death to Smoochy

Death to Smoochy
Starring: Robin Williams, Edward Norton, & Catherine Keener
Director: Danny DeVito
Writer(s): Adam Resnick
Studio: Warner Bros.
Runtime: 1 hr. 49 min. 303 more words