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on Tue Oct 21 7:00 AM

Matthew McConaughey Is Proud of His Romantic Comedies, So There

MOVIEFONE

The McConaissance of the last several years culminated with Matthew McConaughey's Oscar win for "Dallas Buyers Club" and Emmy nomination for "True Detective," but the idea that he needed a comeback relies on the notion that he'd fallen into a rut...
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on Fri Oct 10 11:27 AM

CIFF 2014 Tribute: Isabelle Huppert | Festivals & Awards

ROGER EBERT

by Peter Sobczynski October 10, 2014   |   Print Page Tweet[1][2]It is, of course, ridiculous, unfair and arbitrary to deem any actor or actress to be "the best," either in an awards context or in terms of their entire career. That said, if...
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on Thu Oct 9 8:47 AM

2014 Chicago International Film Festival Preview | Festivals & Awards

ROGER EBERT

by Peter Sobczynski October 8, 2014   |   Print Page Tweet[1][2]To celebrate its 50th anniversary as North America’s longest-running competitive international film festival, the Chicago International Film Festival, running from October 9-23,...
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on Thu Oct 9 6:32 AM

A list of the 90 best movies on Netflix UK

THE TELEGRAPH

Selected by Tim Robey
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on Thu Oct 2 7:07 PM

Heinrich Himmler, family man: Why “The Decent One” is the most haunting documentary I’ve ever seen

SALON

A devastating doc drawn from a trove of private papers reveals the Nazi war criminal as husband and dad
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on Fri Sep 19 12:37 PM

The Indiewire Springboard: 'Eleanor Rigby' Director Ned B

INDIEWIRE

Directorial debuts are rarely more ambitious and innovative than Ned Benson's three-part opus, "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them/Her/Him." By you've probably heard of The Weinstein Company's decision to cut Benson's initial...
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on Fri Sep 19 6:00 AM

A list of the 96 best movies on Netflix UK

THE TELEGRAPH

Selected by Tim Robey
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on Thu Sep 18 7:05 PM

Review: 'Autumn Blood' sheds gratuitous violence

LOS ANGELES TIMES

Set in a lawless town in the Austrian mountains, the English-language "Autumn Blood" seems at first like something along the lines of "The Sound of Music" as re-imagined by Michael Haneke. But whereas Haneke's films grapple with the blunt force of...
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on Tue Sep 16 3:00 PM

What Every '90s Kid Needs to See in the 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' Reboot

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Those of us who look back on the nostalgic '90s with fondness did one giant eye-roll in reaction to the news that a reboot of the '97 horror quasi-classic "I Know What You Did Last Summer" is in the works. Yes, it's too soon. No, we shouldn't be...
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Fall Festivals: Critics Pick Favorites From Venice, Telluride and Toronto

Fall Festivals: Critics Pick Favorites From Venice, Telluride and Toronto

DAILY VARIETY | on Mon, Sep 15, 2:47 PM

JUSTIN CHANG “Birdman” Even when his choice of material has been suspect, Alejandro G. (formerly Gonzalez) Inarritu has never given us reason to doubt him as one of the most purely gifted filmmakers of his generation. For him, no less...
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