Tagged: Antonio Banderas

Review: ‘Machete Kills’ is a Ridiculous No-Brainer–And It’s Amazing

Machete Kills may be a box office failure—but if viewers look past the ridiculousness, they will see that it’s actually an amazing film that does its job: it entertains.

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Review: I’m So Excited

Spanish Master, Pedro Almodovar is back with another tragi-comic human drama, and while this one might not carry the heft of some of his earlier work, it's still a laugh-out-loud crowd pleaser.

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Brad’s Buzz: The Week in Pop Culture 3/5

Brad Liberti's sharing 5 reasons to catch pop-culture Spring Fever.

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Review: ‘Ruby Sparks’ Could Use A Bit More Spark

Lauren Herstik reviews Ruby Sparks, a movie about the magic of finding, and keeping love.

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Review: ‘Haywire’ is a Mess

Steven Soderbergh's new film Haywire may feature some great fighting sequences with Gina Carano, but it lacks a good script and character depth, says Misty Dawn.

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Interview: The Cast of ‘Puss in Boots’

Shrek spin-off Puss in Boots comes out this weekend and Sarah Simmons got the chance to speak with some of the cast and crew of the film: director Chris Miller and stars Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Zach Galifianakis, Billy Bob Thornton, and Amy Sedaris.

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Review: ‘Puss in Boots’ is Year’s Best Animated Film

In a year filled with animated films, Puss in Boots may just be the best in 2011, says Steve Neumann.

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Review: ‘The Skin I Live In’ Will Make Your Skin Crawl

Pedro Almodovar's "The Skin I Live In" fails to live up to the brilliance of his earlier films, says Lilit Marcus.

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Review: You Will Meet a Dark Stranger

Woody Allen's "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger" is a delightful dessert cocktail of a film, says Andrew Payne in his review. The characters' timing is a bit off, but the film's timing is spot on. With an all-star cast, Gemma Jones and Josh Brolin performances are among the film's strongest.

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