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Daniel Barnes @ the SN&R/CSIndy (1/22 and 1/29 issues)

#barnesyardbumps:

*J.C. Chandor’s awards season nonstarter A Most Violent Year is smarter and slyer and more carefully crafted than a lot of the obsequious crap that actually received nominations. 67 more words

In Theaters

Review: A Most Violent Year

Photo Credit: www.blackfilm.com

Director: J.C Chandor
Starring: Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, David Oyelowo, Alessandro Nivola Elyes Gabel, Glenn Fleshler and Albert Brooks

There has been a severe lack of good gangster films in recent years, that was before J.C Chandor’s… 742 more words

Film

Movie Review: 'A Most Violent Year'

By Bill Wine
KYW Newsradio 1060

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The “where” and “when” are New York City in the winter of 1981, when the rate of criminal violence was stratospheric. 490 more words

Heard On

Film Review: A Most Violent Year

Frances Winston enjoyed this gangster-style slow-burner!

Directed by: J.C. Chandor – Starring: Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, David Oyelowo, Alessandro Nivola, Albert Brooks, Elyes Gabel

The title of this movie refers to the year in which it is set, 1981, which is statistically one of the most violent years in New York’s history. 324 more words

Culture & Arts

0231 | A Most Violent Year

Sadly some excellent films disappear quickly from UK cinema screens during the months of January and February. It’s an unfortunate side effect of the recently-adopted tradition of rushing through the award season heavy hitters in the new year, an industry-wide decision that has seen  1,455 more words

Film

Jessica Chastain Covers Telegraph UK

Jessica Chastain covers the January 2015 issue of Telegraph:

On being told she’s attractive: “Only in the past five years have people been telling me I’m attractive. 127 more words

Entertainment

Film Review: A Most Violent Year

Sympathy for the Devil

J. C. Chandor’s, A Most Violent Year, is the second of two films released in the past week, the first being Ex Machina, that include Star Wars -bound Oscar Isaac, who is slowly becoming one of my favourite actors. 428 more words