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Terrorist in Training

Is Phillip Noyce one of the world’s most important filmmakers? Five years ago we all would have laughed at the suggestion, yet now here...

Body Double

Only recently has the word “prestigious” come to mean “acclaimed” or “renowned.” The Prestige wastes no time explaining the word’s earlier meaning, whence comes...

Body Double

Only recently has the word “prestigious” come to mean “acclaimed” or “renowned.” The Prestige wastes no time explaining the word’s earlier meaning, whence comes...

If I Were a Queen

Sofia Coppola’s third film, Marie Antoinette comes trailing bad buzz from Cannes this past summer, where a largely French crowd greeted it with boos...

Politically Incorrect

There are many things wrong with Man of the Year, but the basic premise isn’t one of them. The film stars Robin Williams as...

Tru and Two

Infamous tells the story of author Truman Capote and his career-defining decision to write In Cold Blood, his novel about a mass murder in...

Nodding Off

Often you hear about how comedy stars who act in movies need to be kept in line by directors. Well, Michel Gondry is a...

Rat Traps

A lot of big names are connected with The Departed, so let’s start with two of the not-so-bigs: Andrew Lau and Alan Mak. They’re...

Dr. P. and the Women

This Jon Heder thing needs to stop before it gets out of hand. I mean, OK, we all loved Napoleon Dynamite, or at least...

Kutcher Coo

Have we underestimated Ashton Kutcher? You can hardly blame us if we have. There are so many good reasons to hate him. His starring...