Nov. 26, 2014 10:14
Many of the actors, including Jennifer Lawrence as eponymous heroine Katniss Everdeen, look as if they’re anxious to be done with things – and who can blame them? Throughout the film, characters mourn the past and fret about the future. Yet nothing is resolved and no major character is killed – or even jeopardized, really....
Nov. 19, 2014 10:31
The experience frightens them all, particularly wife Ebba (Lisa Loven Kongsli), who insists that husband Tomas (Johannes Kuhnke) grabbed his cellphone and ran for cover, which left her behind with their spooked children. As it turns out, no one is injured and everyone soon resumes places, albeit slightly shaken....
Nov. 19, 2014 10:31
Directors Don Hall and Chris Williams remain true to the basic framework of anime, introducing a group of courageous, mostly youthful do-gooders called upon to battle the forces of evil. This group, this titular “Big Hero 6,” is more ethnically diverse than in most Japanese anime films, which is hardly unexpected in an American context....
Nov. 19, 2014 10:31
The supporting cast includes a game Kathleen Turner, Rob Riggle, Laurie Holden, Don Lake and Bill Murray, in an unrecognizable cameo (hint: look for the Hazmat suit). Rachel Melvin, in her first major screen role as Harry’s supposed offspring, is not only a looker but displays a knack for knockabout comedy....
Nov. 12, 2014 11:17
Keira Knightley portrays Megan Birch, an all-American twenty-something who, unlike most of her friends, isn’t obsessed with marriage and/or pregnancy. Those simply aren’t high on Megan’s agenda. In fact, she’s not exactly certain what her agenda is, or if she even has one....
Nov. 12, 2014 11:17
Operating within the stylishly hellish ambiance fashioned by ace cinematographer Robert Elswit, Gyllenhaal’s Louis Bloom cruises through the mean streets of Los Angeles, constantly in search of the latest accident or police bulletin in his quest to bring the images into people’s living rooms on the evening news....
Nov. 12, 2014 11:17
Nolan, one of the few contemporary filmmakers to whom the term “visionary” can be accurately applied, here orchestrates the last days of man on Earth and the last vestiges of hope for the race to possibly relocate to another world capable of sustaining life....
Nov. 5, 2014 11:37
It is a refreshing change of pace that the film is conveyed almost entirely through the eyes and actions of Asian characters played by Asian actors, but such novelty is not enough to distinguish this stylized but standard chronicle of bad guys blasting their way to the top of New York City, only to (inevitably) fall just as violently....
Nov. 5, 2014 11:37
Julien Gahyde seemed to have it all — a loving wife (Stéphanie Cléau), an adoring daughter (Mona Jaffart), a splendid house away from the city, and a gorgeous and similarly married mistress (Léa Drucker) with whom he trysts with in the titular “Blue Room” of a nearby hotel....
Nov. 5, 2014 11:37
The onscreen sufferer this time is Nicole Kidman as Christine, who awakens every morning and can’t remember a thing after the trauma, which caused her condition. Colin Firth plays her caring, attentive husband, and Mark Strong her caring, attentive therapist....

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