Kim Dickens


"At Any Price"
  • Film

Review: 'At Any Price'


An artfully downbeat drama that proves easier to admire than to embrace, "At Any Price" offers another highly specific snapshot of a little-seen American subculture from writer-helmer Ramin Bahrani.

  • TV

Review: 'Treme'


Several months have elapsed since the first season concluded. It's now 14 months after Katrina, and the recovery has entered a new stage -- one characterized by rampant crime, maddening bureaucracy…

  • Film

Review: 'Mercury Rising'


Mercury Rising" won't raise many viewers' temperatures. A somber suspenser with an oddly disconnected assortment of characters and a lack of freshly conceived action, this tale of a maverick FBI…

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