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"Star Trek Into Darkness" opened atop the U.S. box office, though its debut didn't quite make the jump to warp speed that Paramount Pictures executives expected. "Into Darkness," the second J.J. Abrams-directed installment in the long-running science-...
Effortless and effervescent, "Frances Ha" is a small miracle of a movie, honest and funny with an aim that's true. It's both a timeless story of the joys and sorrows of youth and a dead-on portrait of how things are right now for one particular New York...
Making two indie films about the drinking problems of young people might not immediately seem to put one in line for adapting a beloved Broadway musical, but such are the unpredictable ways of Hollywood. The Weinstein Co. said Tuesday that James Ponsoldt,...
Independent filmmaking often acts as a farm team of sorts for Hollywood, a showcase for performers and filmmakers who go on to bigger, if not always necessarily better, things. The following is a look at some of the people — and some of the...
Often when you're young, and sometimes even when you're older than young, adulthood is something ventured into partway, like a wading pool. The deep end your friends are already inhabiting looks a long way away. "Frances Ha," director and co-writer Noah...
The Miami HeraldNoah Baumbach's playful, effervescent comedy "Frances Ha" is the story of a young woman's quest to find an apartment in New York. That's an arduous task for most ordinary, gainfully employed people. But Frances (Greta Gerwig) is neither ordinary nor...
Yes, the title character of “Frances Ha” is a New York woman in her 20s struggling with her professional life and the romantic and platonic tiers of her personal life. Still, don’t ask Greta Gerwig, who plays Frances and co-wrote the...
"Star Trek Into Darkness" soared to No. 1 at the box office this weekend as expected, but its $84.1 million intake fell slightly short of studio expectations. The four-day tally, as reported by Box Office Mojo, failed to snag the $100 million Paramount...
Reading Eagle, Pa.Missing movies The GoggleWorks Film Theatre has opened "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" today, so Mira Nair's film has been removed from my list of independent and foreign pictures seeking local theatrical releases. The Fox East is opening Roberta...
VarietyA critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. Frances Ha Distributor: IFC Films You gotta love Greta Gerwig: Even as the radiant mumblecore star's Hollywood stock...
Commercial AppealIn F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel "The Great Gatsby," "the eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg" are a symbol of God or fate or some other mysterious presence. "Blue and gigantic," with irises "one yard high," they watch over the characters from a billboard...
The Sacramento BeeTo say summer will bring comic-book and sci-fi films is like saying it will contain a July. It's a given -- a thrilling, pyrotechnic-filled, yet reassuring given. Just ask Damon Lindelof, a screenwriter and producer of May's highly anticipated "Star...
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