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Mads Mikkelsen's Inimitable Talent for Silent Acting Compels the Survival Story in 'Arctic'

Joe Penna's debut, survival film Arctic, is yet another showcase for the formidable Mads Mikkelsen, who continues to carve out a space in modern moviemaking that few other actors could occupy.

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Can You Survive if You're Not a Monster in 'Hannibal: The Complete Second Season'?

The landmark horror series steps away from crime procedurals and deeper into its inimitable sense of style in a triumphant sophomore year.

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Controlled Chaos Reigns in 'Hannibal: Season One'

Bryan Fuller retools the Hannibal franchise as an intelligent take on the morality of horror fiction, setting a CSI procedural within a Satanic universe ruled by Mads Mikkelsen's insane Dr. Lecter.

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Casino Royale (2006)

Casino Royale feels sleek, lean, shorn of fat, lithely running freely along that relentless but perilous path from point A to point B in classic parkourfashion.

Jake Meaney
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After the Wedding (Efter brylluppet) (2006)

Helene, caught like Jacob between lives, spends much of the film trying to explicate choices that now look only wrong.

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Casino Royale (2006)

The new Bond understands loss, but focuses on revenge instead of grief. He's a hard body in a hard new world.

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Wilbur (2002)

Danish director Lone Scherfig is an expert at balancing melodrama and comedy.

Daniel Mudie Cunningham
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Open Hearts (Elsker Dig For Evigt) (2002)

Distinguishes itself with its fondness for its characters -- hardly a trademark of the Dogme movement.

Elbert Ventura

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