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It changes the basic plot—but why?
C'mon, Cormac McCarthy—we expected better!
It's gross, sure, but also pretty damn funny.
It tries to feel urgent, but ultimately just runs out of steam
In this age of bullying, here's a movie that offers tremendous catharsis.
Twenty-five years ago, an action movie teaming Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger would have been the box office event of the year. Now?
Less a film festival than an invitation into the personal screening room of founder/director Chad Clinton Freeman, PollyGrind provokes and fascinates once again.
The rapper travels to Ohio's Amish country to learn the art of hand-craftsmanship.
The festival's director helps guide you to some of this year's highlights.
From 'Splash' to 'Cast Away,' good things tend to happen when he hits the high seas.
What little plot exists isn't worth summarizing, there's something to amuse just about everybody in the Machete sequel.
Lead actress Brie Larson delivers one of the year's best performances.
Director Paul Greengrass fuses Hollywood excitement with you-are-there realism, with help from Tom Hanks.
The small moments work best in this mostly worthwhile film.
Too bad the movie itself is a bit abstract.