When considering this year's Oscar nominees for film editing, it bears keeping in mind that the precise nature of that achievement is never an easy or obvious one to gauge, or even to discuss. The…
Bryan Cranston is set to star in the indie “Trumbo,” based on the true-life story of blacklisted scribe Dalton Trumbo. Jay Roach is directing the drama, with Michael London producing through his…
This rather simplistic documentary focuses on the tremendous demand in China for premium Bordeaux wine.
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A defiantly analog rejoinder to last year's tech-savvy baseball drama, "Moneyball," Robert Lorenz's square but sturdy directing debut rests on the wonderfully spiky chemistry between Eastwood and Amy…
Hollywood insiders have an aversion to political controversy, but Jay Roach seems to court it.
From HBO's perspective, "Game Change" is a home run: a big, smart, entertaining and extremely promotable showcase for marquee stars, generating tons of attention (flattering and otherwise) from…
Any movie in which the longtime FBI honcho features as the central character must supply some insight into what made him tick, or suffer from the reality that the Bureau's exploits were far more…
Eastwood moves into new territory with old-fashioned grace and classical filmmaking in "Hereafter."
An uproarious odd-couple remake of Francis Veber's hit French farce "The Dinner Game."
'Invictus' is a very good story very well told.
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