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A Holocaust Mansplainer Is No Match For Rachel Weisz In 'Denial' Trailer

The Huffington Post | Matthew Jacobs | Posted 06.17.2016 | Entertainment

In 1996, Holocaust denier David Irving sued historian Deborah Lipstadt, claiming she had libeled him in her book Denying the Holocaust: The Growing As...

"The Lobster": Good Catch!

Michael Berkowitz | Posted 06.13.2016 | Entertainment
Michael Berkowitz

What kind of a future world is this? If you don't find a partner in 45 days, you will be turned into an animal. The good news is that you get to sel...

"The Lobster" Is a Stupid Movie and the Emperor Is Naked

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 06.11.2016 | Entertainment
Jackie K. Cooper

Movie Review - Jackie K Cooper "The Lobster" ...

In ‘The Lobster,’ Love Is A Droll Dystopian Nightmare

The Huffington Post | Matthew Jacobs | Posted 05.14.2016 | Entertainment

Experiencing chronic singlehood? There are apps for that, but in the near future, there will be a cure. Or, more accurately, a punishment. Such is th...

10 Books Coming to a Movie Theater Near You

Off The Shelf | Posted 02.26.2016 | Books
Off The Shelf

I'm not really a film critic. When it comes to book to movie adaptations, though, I suddenly become the one person everyone wants (or doesn't want) to go to the theater with. That's because I will laugh, I will cry, and I will critique.

Live from the Sundance Film Festival: Tuesday, Jan. 26

Marshall Fine | Posted 01.27.2016 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Of the five-and-a-half films I took in (I sampled Lovesong for a half-hour while killing time between two other movies and was not sorry to walk out early), the three best ones all dealt with issues of family in emotionally complex, compelling and sometimes funny ways.

Michael Caine Makes Rachel Weisz Cry In Exclusive 'Youth' Clip

The Huffington Post | Matthew Jacobs | Posted 11.17.2015 | Entertainment

In "Youth," Michael Caine plays Fred, a retired classical musician vacationing with his best friend (Harvey Keitel) in the Swiss Alps when he is asked...

The Sunday Times Calls Oscar-Winning Rachel Weisz 'Mrs. James Bond'

The Huffington Post | Lily Karlin | Posted 09.29.2015 | Entertainment

Remember, ladies! The most important thing in your life is who you marry, no matter your accomplishments. NOT. The Sunday Times apparently missed th...

See Colin Farrell In 'The Lobster' Trailer, The Most Delightfully Bizarre Film About Dating

The Huffington Post | Erin Whitney | Posted 09.03.2015 | Entertainment

Imagine a post-Tinder world, a dystopian society where finding a partner is a life-or-death task. If that task isn't completed, the punishment is bein...

Sarasota Film Festival: A Juror's Journal

Regina Weinreich | Posted 06.20.2015 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

As film festivals go, Sarasota Film Festival is hard to beat, for films, parties, and people.

The Art of Betrayal

Sally Fay | Posted 03.02.2014 | Arts
Sally Fay

I am by no means a reviewer, but I have experienced betrayal. My 26-year marriage ended with it, with subsequent lies and deceits still surfacing layers of betrayal. I am interested in exploring the topic and want to know if art imitates life, and more importantly, if it can make sense of it.

First Nighter: Craig, Weisz, Spall in Nichols's Angle on Pinter's "Betrayal"

David Finkle | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
David Finkle

Something Mike Nichols chose to do when directing the final moments of Harold Pinter's Betrayal annoyed me so I had to remind myself that up until then, the revered director had brought unusual insight and vitality to the nine-scene intermissionless play.

'I Don't Think We Don't Love Each Other': Betrayal on Broadway, 2013

Anne Margaret Daniel | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
Anne Margaret Daniel

I'd like to say that the central action of this play is the adultery between Emma and Jerry, but it really isn't. Pinter is hard on actors: It's dangerous to try to play him with passion, or at least any passions other than fear, or cruelty. The affair between Emma and Jerry is more depressing than sympathetic or titillating.

What Does Daniel Craig Have in Common With Low-Income Students?

Jessica Pliska | Posted 11.06.2013 | College
Jessica Pliska

British movie star Daniel Craig is accustomed to difficult situations. He plays James Bond, the suave and shrewd British spy who manages to escape from one impossible scenario after another.

Wiz of A Wiz!

Ambre Anderson | Posted 05.19.2013 | Entertainment
Ambre Anderson

Oz The Great and Powerful When someone asks, "Are you the Wizard?", you say Yes! The new prequel spin on the classic: The Wizard of Oz takes us on a...

Daniel Craig Loses It On Fan

Posted 03.15.2013 | Celebrity

007 is one man you don't want to cross. Daniel Craig and wife Rachel Weisz are a notoriously private couple, so when a fan dared to threaten their ...

The Good News/Bad News About Oz: The Great and Powerful's Complicated Gender Issues

Scott Mendelson | Posted 05.11.2013 | Entertainment
Scott Mendelson

The women of Oz: The Great and Powerful may have serious issues in how they are written and presented, but at least Oz: The Great and Powerful has women (plural) in it at all.

Cinefantastique Spotlight Podcast: Oz the Great and Powerful

Dan Persons | Posted 05.11.2013 | Entertainment
Dan Persons

Another film that answers questions we didn't ask, Oz the Great and Powerful is a prequel showing how the magical land over the rainbow got its formidable-but-all-too-fallible wizard.

Review: Oz, the Great and Powerful -- Yes!

Carole Mallory | Posted 05.10.2013 | Entertainment
Carole Mallory

No red slippers. No need. Oz works. Color, vivid color, is the star.

Weekend Box Office: Oz: The Great and Powerful Summons $80 Million, With All Signs Pointing Towards a Leggy Run

Scott Mendelson | Posted 05.10.2013 | Entertainment
Scott Mendelson

While Oz: The Great and Powerful has its writing issues, it's far more satisfying than Alice in Wonderland and I can confirm that it went over like gangbusters with the packed general audience crowd I saw it with. All the signs indicate that it is in it for the long haul.

Oz the Great and Powerful: A Prequel at Its Best

Lee Allport | Posted 05.08.2013 | Entertainment
Lee Allport

This movie will be a classic; one our children, our children's children, and even their children will enjoy and talk about for years to come. The movie is a prequel at its best, laying out for us everything we would need to know to understand L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

A Parent's Guide to Disney's Oz the Great and Powerful

Kristen Howerton | Posted 05.08.2013 | Parents
Kristen Howerton

I believe this movie could spark some incredible conversations between children and parents about morality, ethics, and human behavior.

Do You Recognize This Oscar Winner?

Posted 03.06.2013 | Style

We've long been fans of Rachel Weisz' style, and we have a feeling it has to do with the confidence she exudes. She always struck us as someone who is...

What You Can Learn From Rachel Weisz's Living Room

The Huffington Post | Rain Embuscado | Posted 05.06.2013 | HuffPost Home

Besides the fact that Rachel can make any room more gorgeous.

Movie Stars Aren't an Endangered Species, They Are More Vital Than Ever in the $200 Million Fantasy Tentpole Era

Scott Mendelson | Posted 05.04.2013 | Entertainment
Scott Mendelson

It's not just the concept or the stars. It's not an either/or situation anymore. For these prices, it has to be both. The concept helps, but it's the concept combined with actual stars in front or and/or behind the camera that differentiates John Carter from Avatar.