Tagged: Christoph Waltz

Movie Review: ‘Big Eyes’

Tim Burton's Big Eyes is a triumphant return for the director with fantastic performances by Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz.

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Review: ‘Epic’

The title is a bit misleading. Dan Schindel delves into the new animated flick, and delivers a mini-manifesto about judging kid movies.

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Road to the Oscars 2013: Best Supporting Actor

Perhaps the hardest to call acting category in recent years, Best Supporting Actor will likely be one of the most exciting moments in the 2013 Oscar telecast.

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Review: ‘Django Unchained’

According to Hiko Mitsuzuka, Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained proudly exploits the wildest of the West.

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Tarantino XX: Twenty Years of Violent Fun

2012 marks the twentieth anniversary of the start of Quentin Tarantino's extraordinary career. Carlos Aguilar takes a look at the milestones in his violently perfect filmography.

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Review: ‘Carnage’ is a Skillfully Directed Adaptation

Carnage, based on a Tony Award-winning play, boasts an exceptional cast and a legendary director at the helm, but how successful was the adaptation from stage to screen? Lily Kosner has the review.

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Review: Elephant Outshines Pattinson, Witherspoon

Water for Elephants suffers from poor romantic chemistry between leads Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon, says Kit Bowen. And despite the presence of Christoph Waltz joining those those two pop icons, ultimately the elephant is the real star of the film.

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Elephants, Cats, and POM

On this week's Picktainment Movie Podcast, Kit Bowen talks about Water for Elephants, Lisa Skapinker joins Bowen to discuss African Cats, and host Phil Wallace discusses POM Wonderful Presents The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.

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Box Office: Audiences Flock to ‘Rio’

Viewers don't go for a Scream, as Rio takes number one in the top box office and Hop holds its own. Anthony Fertino has the analysis.

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‘The Green Hornet’ Offers a Refreshing Approach

The Green Hornet offers the perfect mix of comedy and superhero mythology for a slapdash tale that works well throughout, says Andrew Payne. Starring Seth Rogen, Jay Chou, Cameron Diaz, and Christoph Waltz, The Green Hornet is an enjoyable throwback.

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‘Basterds’ Star Likely to Waltz Away with Oscar

Most movie buffs have heard of four of the five nominees for Best Supporting Actor. But it's the relatively unknown Christoph Waltz who is heavily favored to win the Oscar for his memorable portrayal of Col. Landa in "Inglourious Basterds." Phil Wallace reports in "Road to the Oscars."

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