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Joss Whedon’s adaptation of this Shakespeare comedy can’t hold a candle to Kennth Branagh’s vibrant interpretation, but it’s still a sweet and pleasant throwaway.
Thrilling film as far as genre exercises go.
An image. A great line of dialogue. A perfect edit. A scene. A shot. Filmmaker and critic, Glenn Gaylord’s list of what made an impact in film in 2012.
Stunning production and overpowering emotions almost make up for a threadbare story in this true survival story set during the 2004 Tsunami.
Gus Van Sant doesn’t quite put his stamp on this honest, relevant, nicely-acted yet slightly preachy film about the economic dilemmas facing our heartland.
A fish-eyed, bombastic, over-acted mess, LES MISERABLES disappoints in ways that challenge the very nature of musicals.
This Sundance Award Winner elicits laughter and wrings tears with its smart script and fantastic performances, making it one of the best films of the year.
Tarantino whips up an epic, thrilling, bold, funny and outrageous homage to the Spaghetti Western with “Django Unchained.”
Jacques Audiard’s latest work is a good, evocative if not especially powerful film.
David O. Russell’s “Silver Linings Playbook” transcends the fizzy romantic comedy with a fiercely beating heart.
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