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Jennifer Garner Returns to The Action Genre in Pierre Morel's PEPPERMINT

Deadline is reporting that Jennifer Garner is in talks to take the lead role in Pierre Morel's upcoming revenge thriller flick Peppermint. It has been quite a while since Garner embraced the action genre, with her breakthrough role in J.J....

Review: DANNY COLLINS, Al Pacino As Rock Star In Regret

When was the last time Al Pacino appeared uncomfortable or nervous on screen? Early in Danny Collins, an unabashedly mawkish trifle from writer/director Dan Fogelman, Pacino strides onto the stage at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, and belts out...

Giveaway: MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN - Win 1 Of 3 Blu-rays; Grand Prize Gets The Original Book

Jason Reitman's latest foray into social commentary, Men, Women & Children is available today on Blu-ray and DVD, and we have three Blu-rays -- and one book -- to give away. When the film debuted at the Toronto International Film...

Opening: Jason Reitman's MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN

Jason Reitman is having an identity crisis. As one of the most prolific voices in his generation of filmmakers, Reitman has been a model of consistency, pumping out smart and snarky dramedies every two years from Thank You For Smoking...

Toronto 2014 Review: Jason Reitman Weaves An Ambitious, Enjoyable Tapestry In MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN

Jason Reitman is having an identity crisis. As one of the most prolific voices in his generation of filmmakers, Reitman has been a model of consistency, pumping out smart and snarky dramedies every two years from Thank You For Smoking...

Review: DRAFT DAY Fumbles, Repeatedly

A lethargic version of Moneyball that has been licked clean by the official approval of the National Football League, Ivan Reitman's Draft Day is a kitten desperately pretending to be a lion. The film plays like a 109-minute commercial, advertising...

Dallas Critics Name 12 YEARS A SLAVE As Best Of 2013

The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, of which I am a proud member, has selected Steve McQueen's searing drama 12 Years A Slave as the best film of 2013. Matthew McConaughey was named Best Actor for his performance in Dallas...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks THOR: THE DARK WORLD, THE BOOK THIEF and DALLAS BUYERS CLUB

This weekend saw the release of Thor: The Dark World, and, well, I kinda liked it! (Certainly more than this flick...)On the other hand, The Book Thief proved to be far more slight than I would have enjoyed, and while...

Review: DALLAS BUYERS CLUB Rests Entirely On Matthew McConaughey

Given 30 days to live, Matthew McConaughey continues to sniff cocaine, drink hard liquor, and entertain sexually-unrestrained women in his wreck of a mobile home in Dallas, Texas, USA. McConaughey, an outsized personality with a magnetic smile, here plays a...