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Talk, Talk, Talk: December 2008
11 Sep 2008 // 6:00 PM

Just like the end of an inspiring speech that may or may not succeed in making its point, these final four weeks before 2009 tend to define or defeat the entire awards season purpose.


Frost/Nixon: An Interview with a Vampire
4 Dec 2008 // 2:59 PM

Frank Langella seethes and pulsates with cunning as the deposed president in 'Frost/Nixon', a far cry from the grinning cowboy executive Josh Brolin presented in 'W'.


At Least 'Inferno' Has Badass Vayentha Going for It
28 Oct 2016 // 11:00 AM

When Vayentha (Ana Ularu) removes her helmet, a stray strand of hair escapes her ponytail and falls across her very stern, very mean face. Grrr.

'In the Heart of the Sea' Tells of Hunting Whales and Losing Souls
11 Dec 2015 // 5:20 AM

The whale is an embodiment of a nature that's furious at those humans who mean to exploit and squander its riches.


The 10 Oddest Couples in Movie History
3 Feb 2015 // 5:30 AM

Love might mean never having to say you're sorry, but for the ten unusual couples here, it also means not being "normal", either.

Who Is the Real Ron Howard? 'Eat My Dust' and 'Grand Theft Auto'
19 May 2011 // 12:00 AM

The inherent value of these films goes beyond the basics of a Ron Howard resume. This is escapism at its silly, '70s best.


Oscar-winning director Ron Howard wants to adapt film trilogy and TV series
23 Dec 2010 // 8:54 PM

LOS ANGELES — The creations of Stephen King have been keeping people up at night for decades, but Ron Howard has been losing sleep lately for

Oscars ignore ‘The Dark Knight,' except for Ledger nomination
22 Jan 2009 // 8:25 PM

It was a dark day for "The Dark Knight" as the 81st annual Oscar nominations, announced Thursday, snubbed the most popular film since "Titanic." Christopher


Frost/Nixon Stills and Trailer 2 Dec 2008 // 10:25 PM

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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