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Jingo Unchained: American Sniper is a rah-rah war-on-terror fantasy Jingo Unchained: American Sniper is a rah-rah war-on-terror fantasy
, January 08, 2015
In Clint Eastwood's American Sniper, Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) — an astoundingly talented marksman credited with over 160... More>>
Imitation of Life: Cumberbatch's codebreaker gets lost in the plot Imitation of Life: Cumberbatch's codebreaker gets lost in the plot
, January 08, 2015
"Politics really isn't my specialty," shrugs Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to a naval commander (Charles Dance) in an early job interview... More>>
Ten Films to Look For in 2015 Ten Films to Look For in 2015
, January 01, 2015
As the year in moviegoing draws to a close — and as critics busy themselves drawing up lists and handing out awards — it seems time... More>>
Might Break You: Unbroken is more about punishment than heroism Might Break You: Unbroken is more about punishment than heroism
, December 25, 2014
There's something curiously airless about director Angelina Jolie's Unbroken, the story of real-life Olympian and WWII P.O.W. Louis Zamperini.... More>>
Good Enough: Tim Burton's Big Eyes is about an artist as middlebrow as he is Good Enough: Tim Burton's Big Eyes is about an artist as middlebrow as he is
, December 25, 2014
The waifs Walter Keane made famous were known for their huge peepers. But look down at their mouths: Every one kept its lips pressed tight, as... More>>
The Right Kind of Seedy: The Gambler is a dressed-up genre picture — and a good one The Right Kind of Seedy: The Gambler is a dressed-up genre picture — and a good one
, December 25, 2014
In Rupert Wyatt's highball-cool reworking of Karel Reisz's 1974 The Gambler, Mark Wahlberg does not play a cop, does not shoot bad guys with a... More>>
Near Myth: Into the Woods sometimes soars — but also dithers Near Myth: Into the Woods sometimes soars — but also dithers
, December 25, 2014
Before worrying ourselves over its qualities as an adaptation, or its findings as an experiment in just how much tumpety-tump parump-pa-bump the... More>>
Get Busy Buying Physical Copies of Movies This Season Get Busy Buying Physical Copies of Movies This Season
, December 18, 2014
Call it Stone Age materialism, but I still think movies are worth owning in physical forms you can hold, shelve, and collect, and therefore worth... More>>
The Ten Best TV Shows of 2014 The Ten Best TV Shows of 2014
, December 18, 2014
TV continued to unmoor from its origins and transform into something else this year. No longer tethered to a specific appliance, a particular... More>>
The Colbert Report's Greatness Arrived With Its Very First Episode The Colbert Report's Greatness Arrived With Its Very First Episode
, December 18, 2014
The funniest and most incisive show on television is ending this week -- so let's look back at how it began. On October 17, 2005, a power-suited... More>>
What frightens a dictator? Seth Rogen's The Interview proves that sometimes the mightiest weapon isn't a bomb — it's butthole jokes Seth Rogen's The Interview proves that sometimes the mightiest weapon isn't a bomb — it's butthole jokes
, December 18, 2014
Sony assumed North Korea would hate the movie. The question was: What would it do? Pyongyang had just tested its atom bomb and threatened... More>>
The Ten Best Films of 2014 The Ten Best Films of 2014
, December 18, 2014
What movies haunted me for days, weeks or longer? Which ones brought me that ever-elusive figurative cask of jewels known as delight? Which... More>>
Amy Nicholson's Best in Shows Amy Nicholson's Best in Shows
, December 18, 2014
Here are movie moments from 2014 I'll never forget: Gugu Mbatha-Raw's sad pop tart smacking her ass in Beyond the Lights, the sickroom choked... More>>
Wins on Points: Du Pont wrestling drama Foxcatcher engages but doesn't pin Wins on Points: Du Pont wrestling drama Foxcatcher engages but doesn't pin
, December 18, 2014
The du Pont family made its fortune selling gunpowder during the War of 1812, and soldiered on to invent everything ever worn by a cop: Kevlar,... More>>
Annie Bests Annie: Quvenzhané Wallis might make you care about "Tomorrow" today Annie Bests Annie: Quvenzhané Wallis might make you care about "Tomorrow" today
, December 18, 2014
The original Broadway Annie was a kiddie musical that wasn't for kids. It was a period piece about the Great Depression — both a hooray for... More>>
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