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Frances McDormand Proves Once Again That She's Amazing

HuffingtonPost.com | Maureen Ryan | Posted 11.03.2014 | Entertainment

If you're looking for a likable lead character, you won't find her in "Olive Kitteridge." If you want a lovable lead character, you may well find her ...

Week in Film: Neighbors, Chef and more

Marshall Fine | Posted 07.09.2014 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Neighbors may not be a particularly well-thought-out film (huge third-act problems). But it has some of the biggest sustained laughs of the summer.

Sasha Bronner

'Mad Men' Star: 'I Don't Know Whether That Makes Me Dumb Or Smart'

HuffingtonPost.com | Sasha Bronner | Posted 06.23.2014 | Entertainment

After years of playing Roger Sterling on AMC’s “Mad Men,” John Slattery is comfortable with a drink in his hand. Sitting on a leather couch in P...

Celebrities Turn Out for A.C.O.D. Premier

Reyne Haines | Posted 11.30.2013 | Celebrity
Reyne Haines

Stars of A.C.O.D. (Adult Children of Divorce) lit up the red carpet for the Los Angeles film premier powered by CIROC.

Why Adam Scott & Amy Poehler Are Enemies

Posted 08.15.2013 | Entertainment

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Popcorn Preview: The Company You Keep

Leslie Sisman | Posted 06.13.2013 | Entertainment
Leslie Sisman

Film: The Company You Keep (2012) Cast includes: Robert Redford (Spy Game), Shia LaBeouf (Transformers), Julie Christie (Finding Neverland), Susan Sar...

Movie Review: The Company You Keep

Marshall Fine | Posted 06.03.2013 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

While The Company You Keep can't sustain itself as the kind of thriller it's being pitched as, it's still a thoughtful, provocative story about the continuing battle between idealism and cynicism.

ReThink Review: Killing Them Softly - Criminal Confidence

Jonathan Kim | Posted 02.03.2013 | Entertainment
Jonathan Kim

Killing Them Softly does a wonderful job of creating a realistic, lived-in world in the post-Katrina wreckage of New Orleans, without a lot of frills or even much music. While it is no fast-paced bulletfest, when the violence comes, it's scary, gory, and brutal, as it should be.

Review: Killing Them Softly

Scott Mendelson | Posted 01.27.2013 | Entertainment
Scott Mendelson

Andrew Dominik's Killing Them Softly has, from a conversational standpoint, one of the finest screenplays of the last few years. It is a relatively low-key crime drama, filled with crusty character actors doing chewy character turns.

Movie Review: Liberal Arts

Marshall Fine | Posted 11.17.2012 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

With Liberal Arts, actor and director Josh Radnor proves that he knows a thing or two about love, romance and the human element that always seems to trip people up in pursuit of either.

ReThink Review: Liberal Arts -- A Man-Boy Grows Up, and Graduates

Jonathan Kim | Posted 11.12.2012 | Entertainment
Jonathan Kim

Liberal Arts is Radnor's second film after Happythankyoumoreplease, where the characters' habit of earnestly saying exactly what they were thinking definitely made it feel like a first film. In contrast, Liberal Arts feels more mature, poignant, and real.

WATCH: Robert Redford Is An Enemy Of The State In 'The Company You Keep'

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 08.30.2012 | Entertainment

"The Company You Keep" doesn't have an official U.S. release date just yet, but with an amazing cast and crew and a pair of high-profile festival bows...

Cinefantastique Spotlight Podcast: The Cabin in the Woods

Dan Persons | Posted 06.16.2012 | Entertainment
Dan Persons

Joss Whedon has just been the busy, busy little bee lately, hasn't he?

Richard Jenkins Doesn't Want You To Spoil His New Movie

The Huffington Post | Mike Ryan | Posted 04.11.2012 | Entertainment

In 2009, Richard Jenkins featured heavily in Drew Goddard's horror film (but not really a horror film), "The Cabin in the Woods." Then, nothing happen...

Director Bruce Robinson Uncorks The Rum Diary

Gregory Weinkauf | Posted 01.05.2012 | Entertainment
Gregory Weinkauf

The Rum Diary is veteran English writer-director Bruce Robinson's wild and wonderful first new feature in twenty years (!), as well as his explosive adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's very early, long-unpublished novel.

Movie Review: The Last Rites of Joe May

Marshall Fine | Posted 12.31.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

It's the rare film that offers a long-time character actor the opportunity to take center stage - to play a full-bodied lead role that allows him to u...

Here's to Rum Diary..a Movie Review

Carole Mallory | Posted 12.26.2011 | Entertainment
Carole Mallory

It is a pleasure to see Johnny Depp in Rum Diary a film of substance. Finally Depp is without his black pirate eye makeup though he wears shades a go...

Movie Review: The Rum Diary

Marshall Fine | Posted 12.28.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

The Rum Diary is like a lengthy drinking binge of a movie: It's fun for a while, seems to offer more meaning than it actually does -- and leaves you wishing it hadn't ended so badly.

Director Jonathan Segal talks about cancer and comedy in his new film

Marshall Fine | Posted 12.24.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

When you've got a main character who's pretending to have cancer - and whose father is actually dying of the disease - and your movie is at least part...

Movie Review: Norman

Marshall Fine | Posted 12.21.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

In Norman, Norman (Dan Byrd) seems like a normal high-school kid: He's smarter than he probably knows, he feels like he's carrying world is on his sho...

PHOTOS: Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Get Flirty

Posted 12.12.2011 | Entertainment

In 1998, Johnny Depp found a manuscript amongst a pile of old artifacts he was searching through while visiting the home of his good friend Hunter S. ...

Summer Love: Friends With Benefits

Regina Weinreich | Posted 09.21.2011 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

Summer may be a time to chill, but when it comes to movies, some like it hot. The romantic comedy, Friends With Benefits, may sound smart and snappy with sex that sizzles, but in the end, the message is old fashioned: never let her go.

HuffPost Review: The Music Never Stopped

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

The Grateful Dead song title and the involvement of writer Oliver Sacks aside, the first 45 minutes or so of The Music Never Stopped seem to offer a w...

Movie Review: "Hall Pass"

Zorianna Kit | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Zorianna Kit

How can a film with such a great premise, coupled with with a quartet of genuinely funny and talented actors, end up being such a terrible misfire? B...

Don't Take a Pass from the Farrelly Brothers Hall Pass

Carole Mallory | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Carole Mallory

Hall Pass is great fun for both men and women. The Farrelly brothers -- who directed this laugh fest -- rock. Run for the hills from this film if you can't laugh at your humanness.