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Disney is plunging back into familiar waters, announcing a November 2015 sequel to "Finding Nemo" titled "Finding Dory." Enthusiasts of the 2003 finned favorite will recall Dory as the friendly, slightly amnesiac tang voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, who'll...
Looks like the Boston Globe's yearlong investigation into the Catholic Church's coverup of its pedophile priests in Massachusetts will be turned into a feature film. Dreamworks Studios and Participant Media announced Tuesday that they have acquired...
24 Frames"Hello I Must Be Going" is a romantic comedy in the Sundance style, a little bit dark in places but sprinkled with plenty of caustic wit. The movie played well, but there were a smattering of early departures from some buyers from the Thursday evening...
Show TrackerSaturday’s Highlights: 'Win Win' on Cinemax...
The Big PictureWhen director Tom McCarthy went on a 15-city tour this spring promoting his film “Win Win,” parents at every stop asked him the same question: Why is your lovely little movie rated R? The Fox Searchlight picture, playing on nearly......
As a teenager the New Zealand-born Melanie Lynskey came to international attention opposite an equally young and skillful Kate Winslet in the Peter Jackson true-crime drama "Heavenly Creatures." More recently she enjoyed (at least financially) a long,...
Zap2ItAs his award-winning work in television's "John Adams" and the recent "Barney's Version" confirm, the unexpected always can be expected of Paul Giamatti, and the actor offers fresh evidence again in this tale of an attorney whose professional and...
RedEye movie critic*** (out of four) With his small-time New Jersey law firm’s business at a standstill, plus a wife (Amy Ryan) and two kids at home, Mike (Paul Giamatti) takes advantage of an elderly client so he can earn money as the man’s guardian. Soon...
Change of SubjectWe took the kids (13) to see "Win Win," last night, an intense and morally complicated indie movie that's rated R simply because of all the mundane swearing in it -- really MPAA? You have to protect teens from f-bombs......
Paul Giamatti is a gifted actor who has made a career of being the sweet schlub who always messes up spectacularly before he finds loving redemption. And he does so, wonderfully, in "Win Win." Here he plays Mike, an attorney with a sinking law...
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