As a stridently confident Bronte fan, I can say without equivocation that our dear friend Charlotte would be most pleased with the new Jane Eyre, starring Mia Wasikowska.
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Mia Wasikowska, who burst on the scene with an epic 2010 that included starring in "Alice in Wonderland" and "The Kids Are All Right," stars in the ne...
Amanda Seyfried, Juliette Binoche, Mia Wasikowska -- each actress (and her character) is passionate, committed, intuitive -- and vulnerable.
It seems like a long way from the slums of Mexico City to the moors of 19th-century England but, for director Cary Fukunaga, it's not that great a stretch.
Another film version is an occasion for celebration, an excellent reminder during Women's History Month that certain historical heroines deliver the goods to us as much any modern girls.
From King to King of the Night? Well, kind of.
Fresh off his Oscar winning turn as King George VI in "The King's Speech," Colin Firth plans to give...
Many, many women find star actor Michael Fassbender attractive. Apparently, so do many male horses.
Fassbender's "Jane Eyre" co-star Mia Wasikowska...
It was a dream year for Leonardo DiCaprio -- on screen and off.
On the strength of his summer blockbuster 'Inception,' DiCaprio's films earned $1.1 b...
The Kids Are All Right is exposing Americans to something they probably haven't seen before -- a gay married couple raising children, in a way that is shockingly, disturbingly... normal.
In my discussion with director Lisa Cholodenko about her new film, The Kids are All Right -- about a sperm donor (Mark Ruffalo) abruptly entering the ...
The Kids Are All Right is about the perils and pleasures of peeling back the layers of a settled life. The audience winds up the recipient of an insightful and touching story.
The Kids Are All Right by Lisa Cholodenko, a film ballyhoo'ed from the Sundance fest to Berlin, yields the unmistakable taste of packaged food that's barely identifiable through the preservatives.
Make no mistake, Alice in Wonderland is easily Tim Burton's worst film since Planet of the Apes, and its failures bring into question just what kind of filmmaker he wants to be in the next phase of his career.
Tim Burton and screenwriter Linda Woolverton have taken the classic story and turned it into a modern action-fantasy film -- minus the humor of Carroll, or the absurdity or the heart.
Whether for a role or just for fun all of these ladies have had super short hair at one point. Two of the "fresh faces" featured on Vanity Fair's cove...
It is extraordinarily moving in ways that surprise us and reassure us even as some of our favorites are slain and we wonder whether everything they're doing is all for naught.
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