Tagged: Christopher Plummer

Review: ‘Hector and the Search for Happiness’

Hiko Mitsuzuka takes a trip with Simon Pegg to learn some all-too-familiar lessons about life and love.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Supporting Actor

Four seasoned actors join one newcomer as the nominees for Best Supporting Actor. One of the most seasoned nominees clearly stands above the rest. Joseph Doherty has the analysis in our "Road to the Oscars" series.

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Review: ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ is a Showcase for Fincher

David Fincher's version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a showcase for his talent and directing skills, says Kacy Boccumini. But Rooney Mara's performance as the title character doesn't quite measure up.

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Will The Real Sherlock Holmes Please Stand Up?

Ed Haley takes a look at past Sherlock Holmes portrayals, from Basil Rathbone to Rupert Everett to Robert Downey Jr.

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DVD Review: ‘Beginners’

Mike Mills' film Beginners comes to DVD this week. Starring Christopher Plummer as a recently out of the closet 75-year old man and Ewan McGreggor as his son, Beginners is mostly a good film, says Robert Moskowitz.

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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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