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Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelCan Brad Pitt open a movie, REALLY open a movie? It's been a while since he's tried. “Moneyball” is his best Oscar shot since “Benjamin Button,” and I think, a better movie. VERY good reviews, overall, for this one. But will his...
Talking PicturesRunning Oct 7-21 at the AMC River East 21 and environs, the 46th Chicago International Film Festival presented by the nonprofit Cinema/Chicago has announced its first 20 titles, including the winner of this year's Cannes Film Festival's top prize, the.......
Trust' review: Director David Schwimmer depicts the ease of online deception with terrifyingly plausibilityRedEye movie critic*** (out of four) Shortly after turning 14, suburban Chicago freshman Annie (Liana Liberato) begins an online relationship with Charlie (Chris Henry Coffey), who gradually lets on that he’s not a teenager but really 20, no, 25, no, in his 30s....
RedEye movie criticMessage received: “Trust” director David Schwimmer doesn’t want to talk about “Friends.” That became clear as I asked him by phone (after questions about his new movie, of course) what his character, Ross Gellar, is doing...
The Thanksgiving movies â âTangled,â âLove & Other Drugs,â yes, âBurlesqueâ maybe, âFasterâ no no nooooFrankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelI liked “Love & Other Drugs” more than most other reviewers. The stars work as a couple. It's cute enough. No, the deadly illness business and some of the other things don't come off, but I liked it when Ed Zwick called it “About Last...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelOne of the most touching conversations I've ever had with a producer was with Edward R. Pressman as the original “Crow” was coming out. His movie, shot in North Carolina on a set where shortcuts were taken, was where Brandon Lee was killed...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThat “We're fed up with showing just what the studios give us” venture between AMC Cinemas and Regal Cinemas, Open Road, has its first signing. They'll distribute “The Killer Elite,” starring Jason Statham, Robert DeNiro and...
Baltimore Sun reporterFrom the blog Michael Sragow Gets Reel: Deadline.com, which has been leading everyone on the story of what happens to the Jason Bourne franchise, reports that Matt Damon won't return for entry #4, "The Bourne Legacy." But Deadline also reports that...
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FOX 17 News"What's Wrong With Virginia," the movie filmed in Michigan and produced by a Holland studio, premiered at the Toronto Film Festival Thursday night. The movie stars Ed Harris and Jennifer Connelly, and was directed by Academy Award winner Dustin Lance...
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