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Friday, September 9 2011

The PopMatters Fall Movie Preview - October 2011

With Award Season in sight, October offers up the last of the should-have-been-summer blockbusters (Real Steel, Anonymous), a few indie darlings (Like Crazy, Martha, Marcy, May, Marlene), and the usual dose of All Hallow's Eve tie-ins (Red State, Paranormal Activity 3).


Reviews

Friday, October 7 2011

'The Ides of March' Is an Old Story, Retold Again

In The Ides of March, Stephen's instruction is embodied, very literally, by a pretty young intern, a plot point who literally walks into frame carrying coffee.


Blogs

Wednesday, September 14 2011

Toronto International Film Festival 2011: 'The Ides of March'

This dark, angry movie wants to be a smart, keep-you-guessing political thriller but winds up a wildly improbable and deeply cynical melodrama.


News

Monday, January 16 2012

New on DVD: ‘Ides’ marches into January

One of the best movies of 2011 was “The Ides of March,” and that alone should be reason enough to check it out on video Tuesday.


Tuesday, November 8 2011

Politicians get into the act

After watching the screwball comedy antics of the candidates running for the Republican presidential nomination, I’m beginning to believe there isn’t much difference between a campaign debate and a Hollywood press junket.


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