REVIEW: In one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's final film roles, he pursues “A Most Wanted Man,” who may or may not be guilty.
In “I Origins,” Michael Pitt plays Ian, a celebrated scientist seeking proof that the mammalian eye is not evidence of divine design but a result of genetic mutation over eons.
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“A Most Wanted Man” is a good performance, but not one of Hoffman’s all-time best. “Lucy” is one of the... Updated Jul. 25, 2014
REVIEW: "Planes: Fire & Rescue" was overseen by Pixar’s head honcho John Lasseter, and it feels like a junior varsity spinoff of “Cars.”
REVIEW: “Boyhood” fills you with openhearted happiness and awe at its scope and daring. Colin Covert calls it a low-key masterpiece.
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REVIEW: In a lackluster summer for movies, the surefire hit “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” should have its producers swinging from the girders.
“Third Person” knits three couples, each with their own predicament.
It's not science, looking in the crystal ball and making judgments on three-minute excerpts, but here are some shows with at least the potential to warrant a look.
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The song ".38 Airweight" comes from sessions for the new record -- but don't expect the record just yet.
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