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Thursday, September 22 2011

The PopMatters Fall Movie Preview - December 2011

If we are to believe history, the majority of this year's Best Picture Nominees will come from among this eclectic list, featuring two films from the great Steven Spielberg.


Reviews

Tuesday, June 19 2012

His Eyes Are Clear and Bright, But He's Not There: 'Coriolanus'

When you’ve been covered in blood and gore -- literally, as at many points Coriolanus is drenched from his shaved head down -- it’s hard to swallow bullshit, let alone spew it.


Friday, December 2 2011

Ralph Fiennes' Directorial Debut 'Coriolanus' Shows Shakespeare's Continued Relevance

In this version of Coriolanus, the battlefield is bleakly urban. As Martius makes his way from one point of brutal violence to a next, as he presses forward during an early combat scene, he is daunting from every angle.


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Thursday, February 16 2012

Ralph Fiennes does the Bard modern, military

PHILADELPHIA — Ralph Fiennes’ “Coriolanus” is not your typical toga-and-sandals Shakespeare. It’s camouflage-and-combat boots Shakespeare, it’s gritty, it’s graffitied. Although the actor and


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