Tagged: Colin Farrell

Movie Review: ‘The Beguiled’

Nicole Kidman is stunning and fearsome as the owner of a Virginia girls' school during the Civil War, who has to deal with the unwelcome arrival of an enemy soldier. in "The Beguiled."

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Interview: Yorgos Lanthimos on Creating ‘The Lobster’

Innovative director Yorgos Lanthimos shares insights about his latest creation, "The Lobster."

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Movie Review: ‘The Lobster’

"The Lobster" is a refreshingly different kind of love story. Scott Youngbauer reviews the bizarre film by Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos.

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Interview: Ariane Labed Talks ‘The Lobster’

Screenpicks talks with actress Ariane Labed about love, working with her director husband, and the strange, visceral world of "The Lobster."

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Review: ‘Winter’s Tale’

'Winter's Tale' is a schmaltzy romance that forgets to tell a story that an audience can actually follow. Scott Youngbauer reviews the Valentine's Day dud.

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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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Review: Retribution is Complicated in ‘Dead Man Down’

"Dead Man Down" wants to be a single-minded crime drama about vengeance, but it gets bogged down with a lack of chemistry between the leads, says Kit Bowen.

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The Best of the Rest of 2012: Film Edition

With all of the buzz surrounding juggernauts like Argo and Lincoln following the Globes they raked in last Sunday, some equally great films are being edged out of the spotlight, despite having a stellar 2012. H Hammouda gives light to some of these forgotten movies with his handy dandy flashlight.

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McDonagh Changes Perceptions of Irish Films

Director Mike McDonagh has now made In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths. Billy Kirland says it's changing the perceptions of Irish films.

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Review: ‘Seven Psychopaths’ is Crazy Good

Martin McDonagh's criminal caper is smart, hilarious, and utterly insane.

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Review: ‘Total Recall’

Scott Youngbauer reviews Len Wiseman’s Total Recall, a film that won’t disappoint those simply looking for a good loud action movie.

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Review: ‘Fright Night’ is Not Just Another Vampire Movie

While it doesn't always strike the right tone between comedy and horror, Fright Night still works as a film and separates itself from other vampire movies, says Andrew Payne.

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Review: ‘Horrible Bosses’ is Not Horrible

Horrible Bosses is an entertaining summer flick with a quality cast of actors and comedians, says Morgan Grice. Although the film leaves a little to be desired.

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Review: The Way Back is a Worthwhile Journey

Peter Weir's latest film The Way Back tells the epic tale of prisoners who escape a Siberian gulag in 1940 and travel 4,000 miles to their freedom. Melody Godfred reviews this memorable film that sees strong performances by Ed Harris, Colin Farrell, Jim Sturgess, and Saoirse Ronan.

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