Universal and Imagine Entertainment have greenlit the long-gestating James Brown biopic after tapping “42” star Chadwick Boseman to play the legendary artist known as the “godfather of soul.” “The…
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"This is when rich people become really rich." A player in the post-Lehman Brothers financial world, aggressive hedge-fund dealmaker Jack (Ben Lee) wants his former banker friend Edward (Tim Delap)…
Never mind how Jesus might vote in the upcoming election. More to the point is how Henrik Ibsen might cast his ballot, since his 1882 political drama, "An Enemy of the People," argues both sides of…
"Fair Game" screenwriters Jez Butterworth & John-Henry Butterworth have been named recipients of the Writers Guild of America West's Paul Selvin Award, recognizing work which embodies the spirit of…
Uneven but diverting, sometimes hilarious pic is an alfresco farce in which squabbling brothers reunite.
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Doug Liman's film does a respectably intelligent job of spinning the Valerie Plame affair into a sleek mainstream entertainment.
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Lucy Thurber bashes smart girls who turn their backs on their low-class backgrounds.
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