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Joy (2015) - When Dreams...Get Really Hard

Of all the films that I have watched during this Oscar season, Joy is probably the most personal and imperfect one. It’s uneven at places and yet the one that strikes at the heart most. 653 more words

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36 of 366: Three Kings

Nestled between The Sixth Sense and Magnolia in 1,001 Movies You Must See Before You Die is Three Kings, David O. Russell’s post-Persian Gulf War story of soldiers from different ranks who find themselves working together to steal (back) gold bullion that belonged to Kuwait and help refugees along the way. 351 more words


Awards Season Special: Joy (2015, David O. Russell)


In David O. Russell’s latest cinematic offering, working mum Joy Mangano (Jennifer Lawrence) endeavours to make something of herself whilst the mundanity of her family life threatens to ground her dreams and potential. 376 more words


Episodio 026 - Joy (2015)

Jennifer Lawrence sigue labrándose una carrera triunfal. Nuevamente con su director fetiche, David O. Russell, presenta su nueva película, Joy (2015), biopic sobre una mujer de clase obrera que buscó una salida a sus bolsillos agujereados en la teletienda, donde optó por vender los propios inventos que ella había desarrollado. 86 more words


AARP Movies For Grownups Awards Celebrate Mature Achievements

Forget tired jokes (pun intended) about arthritic winners too stiff to climb up on stage, or audience members too feeble to help them — the 15th Movies for Grownups Awards show, which will be held Feb. 885 more words


Oscars Countdown: Joy

Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and director David O. Russell have joined forces in yet another comedy-drama and are once more headed off to the Oscars. The autobiographical film of… 311 more words


Accidental Love: David O. Russell’s mishap

By Heinrich Domingo

Above its great director, promising cast, and refreshing cinematography, Accidental Love prides itself of bringing the healthcare advocacy to the fore. It satirizes US congress and its policies. 412 more words

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