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Chris Colfer shined on "Glee" and is a halfway decent screenwriter. However, he doesn’t have the dynamism to carry a film that happens to feature some of the most amazing actors on TV including Ashley Rickards, Sarah Hyland and Christina Hendricks.
Fox’s much-anticipated Blu-ray of Liz Taylor’s "Cleopatra" proves visually arresting.
Are two Smiths better than one? Not really.
A dazzling, magical mystery tour that skimps on character and sense, but wows with its cinematic tricks.
Shadow Dancer is a wannabe political thriller from James Marsh, director of the brilliant "Man On Wire." Unfortunately, this time he seems to have tripped over it.
This feels like a re-heated bag of Instant-Teen-Movie. It may taste sweet, but it’s artificial.
Another smart, fascinating, and thought-provoking thriller from "Sound of My Voice" director Zal Batmanglij and co-writer/star Britt Marling.
A gay Brit living in New York loses his immigration status and must marry his lesbian best friend or be deported, causing a myriad of realistic and human complications that are less whacky and more heartbreaking.
Because she gave brilliant, Oscar-winning performances in two of the most coveted roles in Hollywood history, it’s easy to overlook Vivien Leigh’s (1913-67) other movies.
We met Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy) eighteen years ago, in "Before Sunrise," and then again nine years later, in "Before Sunset." In this third installment, real life arrives.