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Drive, 2011 - Understated Filmmaking At Its Very Best

It’s likely that if you’re reading this review you’ve already seen Drive; a film full of ingenuity and originality, one that stuck in the minds of cinema-goers for some time following its release. 563 more words


Review: Bryan Cranston helps bring Trumbo back to larger than life


Directed by: Jay Roach
Starring: Bryan Cranston, Helen Mirren, Louis C.K., Diane Lane, John Goodman
Running time: 124 minutes

Pity that Dalton Trumbo wasn’t around to pen his own bio-pic. 814 more words


'Trumbo' Review

Directed by Jay Roach
Written by John McNamara
Starring: Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane, Louis C.K., Elle Fanning, John Goodman, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Helen Mirren… 564 more words


Film Review: Trumbo

Trumbo proved to be one of the more intriguing things I watched at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival because it explored the one industry I never thought to be affected by the Cold War: Hollywood. 441 more words


Daniel Barnes @ the SN&R, 11/26 issue

*After a shockingly good first half that bursts with energy and invention, Ryan Coogler’s Rocky rehash Creed proves just good enough to be disappointing.

*An alternately grim and goo goo-eyed wrap-up to the Hunger Games film franchise, … 32 more words

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Bryan Cranston breaks down in tears while discussing pivotal Breaking Bad scene

Instead of breaking bad, Bryan Cranston broke down – in tears – on Wednesday’s episode of Inside the Actors Studio, a common catalyst of emotion, when revealing his thought process during the scene in which his character Walter White  180 more words


Bryan Cranston Spills 'Malcolm In The Middle' Secrets On 'Inside The Actor's Studio': Watch

Just before you met Walter White, you met Bryan Cranston as Hal — but how’d he get there? HollywoodLife.com has the exclusive first look at his interview on Bravo’s ‘Inside the Actor’s Studio,’ and we learn… 299 more words

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