"Gravity," which opened the Venice Film Festival to great fanfare — and early Oscar buzz — and will screen at Telluride and Toronto on its way to an Oct. 4 release, is as much of a game-changer, in…
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"Feast" boasts everything from dance and a company of 13 performing texts by five authors from four continents to appearances by a recalcitrant real live hen.
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An unborn's unlikely moniker is the simple but effective motor of "What's in a Name?" a French comedy adapted from a play by Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de la Patelliere.
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Rob Ashford's grip on this often melodramatic story of redemption is evident right from the opening.
This beautifully hand-crafted pic displays political concerns, eye for rugged American landscapes.
An ultra-smart-mouthed comedy about a planned adoption that goes weirdly awry.
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