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The Touching Pelican Dreams Reveals a Dramatic Fight for Life Pelican Dreams
, January 08, 2015
Brown pelicans are talented anglers, able to plunge into the sea from tremendous heights and snap up fish with such effortless precision that... More>>
Ten Movies to Watch For in 2015 2015 movies
, January 08, 2015
As the year in movie-going draws to a close — and as critics busy themselves drawing up lists and handing out awards — it seems time... More>>
The Long-Awaited Interview Makes an Appearance The Interview
, January 01, 2015
Editor's note: After canceling the nationwide release of The Interview, due to threats by hackers angry at the movie's sentiment toward North... More>>
The Ten Best Television Shows of 2014 The Ten Best Television Shows of 2014
, January 01, 2015
TV continued to unmoor from its origins and transform into something else this year. No longer tethered to a specific appliance, a particular... More>>
Zacharek's Top Ten Movies of 2014 Stephanie Zacharek
, January 01, 2015
“If everything were great, nothing would be great.” That line, from Scott Coffey’s smart and sweetly entertaining Adult World,... More>>
Unbroken Is the Most Literal Film of the Year Unbroken
, December 25, 2014
There's something curiously airless about director Angelina Jolie's Unbroken, the story of real-life Olympian and WWII P.O.W. Louis Zamperini.... More>>
Rob Marshall Takes Into the Woods From Stage to Screen Into the Woods
, December 25, 2014
Before worrying ourselves over its qualities as an adaptation or its findings as an experiment in just how much tumpety-tump parump-pa-bump the... More>>
Nicholson's Top Ten Movies of 2014 Amy Nicholson
, December 25, 2014
Here are movie moments from 2014 I'll never forget: Gugu Mbatha-Raw's sad pop tart smacking her ass in Beyond the Lights, the sick room choked... More>>
Triumphs and Tragedies Fill the Choppy Imitation Game The Imitation Game
, December 25, 2014
"Politics really isn't my specialty," shrugs Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to a naval commander (Charles Dance) in an early job-interview... More>>
The Gambler Is a Dressed-Up Genre Picture -- and a Good One The Gambler Is a Dressed-Up Genre Picture -- and a Good One
, December 25, 2014
In Rupert Wyatt’s highball-cool reworking of Karel Reisz’s 1974 The Gambler, Mark Wahlberg does not play a cop, does not shoot bad... More>>
Tim Burton's Big Eyes Artist Is as Middlebrow as He Is Tim Burton's Big Eyes Artist Is as Middlebrow as He Is
, December 25, 2014
The waifs that Walter Keane made famous were known for their huge peepers. But look down at their mouths: Every one kept its lips pressed tight,... More>>
Spectacular Fight Scenes Dominate The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
, December 18, 2014
The biggest laugh I heard from the audience at my screening of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies came from seven words in the end... More>>
The Babadook: Filmmaker Jennifer Kent Knows Her Horror The Babadook
, December 18, 2014
If we're honest, most of us who relish a good horror film don't actually hope to feel something like horror. Instead, the appeal is that of shock... More>>
Ethics and Economics Clash in The Overnighters The Overnighters
, December 18, 2014
Quick: Name the most expensive housing market in America. If you said New York, Los Angeles or San Francisco, you couldn't be farther from the... More>>
Bringing Down the Wrong Empire Bringing Down the Wrong Empire
, December 18, 2014
Sony assumed that North Korea would hate the movie. The question was: What would it do? Pyongyang had just tested its atom bomb and threatened... More>>
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