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There is no question "The Impossible" is a standout film for director Bayona. The true story taken from the South Asian tsunami of 2004 that inspired the film brings undeniable drama, which he allows…
When I saw Russell's last film, "The Fighter," the first character I recognized was the setting: Lowell, Mass. Although I've spent very little time there, as I watched boxer Micky Ward jog through…
Tom Hooper gets up close and personal in his latest film, "Les Miserables." A perfect balance is struck between visually epic moments and the quieter more intimate moments where the camera is close…
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