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Film Review: ‘Radiator’

The personal experience of looking after one’s aging parents rings achingly true in “Radiator,” the directorial debut of Tom Browne, co-writer of 2001’s “The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz.” Depicting an adult son trying to support his long-suffering mother as she deals with her unraveling yet domineering husband, this family drama echoes Michael Haneke’s “Amour” in its subject matter, although the grotty setting couldn’t be further from that film’s chic Paris apartment. 402 more words

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Terence Davies Drains The Deep Blue Sea of Emotion

It takes a lot of nerve to make something as deliberately, unbearably stuffy as The Deep Blue Sea, the latest adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s play, in which director Terence Davies puts a lot of stock in art as imitation. 939 more words

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ABOUT A BOY (2002)

Elizabeth

I saw About A Boy in theaters, which would have made me 14 at the time, and I think that helped me love it. Not that you have to be a kid to enjoy it or anything, but it felt so real to me. 477 more words

Fata cu cel mai fain nume joacă în The Lovely Bones/The girl with the coolest name stars in The Lovely Bones

The Lovely Bones e un film foarte fain, dar asta doar dacă îți plac filmele de gen. Și dacă te prinde de la început. Am auzit despre el păreri pro și contra, iar după ce l-am văzut mi-a lăsat o impresie bună, mi-a plăcut povestea din primele minute și am stat cu ochii pe ecran până la final ca să văd ce se întâmplă. 517 more words

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Bid on Kim Kardashian's and Cara Delevingne's Closet Cast-Offs!

What do you get when 50 celebrities, stylists, and designers clean out their closets at once? A whole lot of lust-worthy pieces being auctioned off for charity to celebrate the launch of  219 more words

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Confidence (A Snapshot)

Riding the train today I sat next to a slender dark-skinned Dominican girl of 20 who asked me for directions in Spanish, hoping I knew the language, which I grasped enough of to be of help.   294 more words

The Constant Gardener (2005) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

The Constant Gardener (2005) Directed by Fernando Meirelles. With Ralph Fiennes, Rachel Wiesz, Danny Huston, Bill Nighy and Donald Sumpter.

Despite moving from his native land to direct thrillers starring household names, Brazilian film-maker Fernando Meirelles is perhaps still best known for City of God, his gangster epic, billed as the Brazilian ‘Goodfellas’, set in and around the slums of Rio de Janeiro. 269 more words

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