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Tuesday, December 9 2014

The ‘Boyhood’ Awards Season Campaign Comes of Age, Delicately

NEW YORK — Hanging on the wall of IFC Films’ President Jonathan Sehring’s office is a huge banner showing a tableau at a county fair.


Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg Like That Kim Jong Un Doesn’t Get the Joke

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s office on the Sony Pictures lot is a lot like you might imagine it to be. A glass marijuana


Monday, December 8 2014

Ridley Scott’s ‘Exodus’ Casts a Wide Net of Spectacle and Family

In Ridley Scott’s lavish new 3-D epic, “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” rivers run with blood, ancient seas part with tsunami force, and Christian Bale


Friday, December 5 2014

Julianne Moore works to find the person inside the struggle

Julianne Moore has a no-nonsense, down-to-earth style that avoids typical actor platitudes (a trait that made her turn as a phony has-been actress in David Cronenberg’s upcoming “Maps to the Stars” all the more ironic).


Thursday, December 4 2014

Sundance Film Festival 2015: Comedians get serious in new movies

The Sundance Film Festival is often a place where movie actors can try on new guises outside the high-pressure, pigeonholding world of mainstream Hollywood. But


Lorde’s ‘Mockingjay’ soundtrack good, but misses Lawrence’s haunting singing

Who’s the more powerful teenager: Katniss Everdeen or Lorde? Or to make it a musical question: In “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1,” the box-office-topping


‘Foxcatcher’ director Bennett Miller examines real life

In three intense dramas, Bennett Miller has examined real life with pinpoint accuracy. In 2005 he made “Capote,” examining the moral costs of Truman Capote’s


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