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Richard Gere goes slumming in the streets of Manhattan and emerges with one of his most remarkable performances in "Time Out of Mind."
A music-industry romance that alternates freely between wisdom and mawkishness, caustic entertainment-biz critique and naive wish fulfillment, heartfelt flourishes and soap-opera shenanigans.
As an architect of "Big Brother," Dutch reality-TV pioneer John de Mol would be a good candidate to sue the producers of "Utopia," if only he wasn't one of them. The show's billing as a "social…
"I am walrus, hear me blubber" might be the mantra of Kevin Smith's "Tusk," an utterly bizarre, weirdly compelling story of manimal love that stakes out its own brazen path somewhere between "The…
There's much to admire in Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell and Samantha Morton's turns as a psychosexual triangle imploding during a few hours' span. But admiration rather than emotional involvement…
It's he sang/she sang as a Gotham couple moving in opposite directions lead us through half a decade of ups and downs in "The Last 5 Years," Jason Robert Brown's beautifully written off-Broadway…
The good lie of "The Good Lie" is that this true story of Sudanese refugees emigrating to America is a Reese Witherspoon movie, when in fact, she doesn't show up until 35 minutes in.