Tagged: Carey Mulligan

Movie Review: ‘Suffragette’

"Suffragette" is a moving historical drama that features one of the best performances of the year.

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The 2016 Oscar Race: Top Performances to Watch For

Scott Youngbauer examines the Oscar race with these not to miss performances.

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Review: Inside Llewyn Davis

The latest from the Coen Brothers is an intimate and emotional treat, as long as you're not expecting a resolution.

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Review: ‘The Great Gatsby’ Is All That Glitters

Hiko Mitsuzuka takes on 'The Great Gatsby,' Baz Luhrmann's glittery adaptation that gets it mostly right.

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Brad’s Buzz: The Week In Pop Culture 3.8.13

Brad Liberti's serving the best Pop Culture Cool-Aid around and urging you all to close your eyes and take a sip.

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Great American Novels Turned Great American Films

The Great Gatsby is not the only Great American Novel to get the big screen treatment. Samantha Wilson takes a look at five quintessential American novels that have also made the leap to the silver screen.

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Review: ‘Shame’ Blows the Roof Off Nooky

Shame is an often disturbingly dark study of the human psyche, particularly as it pertains to one’s sexual urges.

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Review: ‘Drive’ Fast to See This Movie

Highly stylized, compelling and startlingly violent, Drive is a thinking person’s action flick.

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‘My Fair Lady’ Remake: Would it Be ‘Loverly?’

India and Pakistan have not always gotten along -- or so I've heard -- but that could be changing. Today, in what is perhaps the most important collaboration since the Partition of 1947, India's @kalsnats and Pakistan's @Farah_Khan1 share their love for the age-old classic, My Fair Lady.

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Wall Street Dud

Oliver Stone's "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" is a major disappointment, says Bryce Van Kooten.

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‘Never Let Me Go’ Holds on the Whole Way

Based on Kazou Ishiguro's novel, "Never Let Me Go" is a cinematic masterpiece the likes of which Kacy Boccumini has never seen, she says in her review. Carey Mulligan offers an Oscar-worthy performance, and Keira Knightley could receive a supporting actress nomination as well for the film.

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Youngpeter: An Education in Chanel

Strong female characters highlight "An Education" and "Coco Before Chanel." While the British "Education" could be nominated for several Oscars, including Carey Mulligan for Best Actress, the French "Chanel" might be in line for score and costume Oscars. Christa Youngpeter compares the two films.

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