Tagged: Emily Blunt

Movie Review: ‘The Girl On The Train’

Andrew Payne reviews The Girl on the Train, a twisty thriller that can't get out of its own way.

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Movie Review: ‘Into the Woods’

Into the Woods features the tales of Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Rapunzel told through the telling of a childless baker and his wife's journey to reverse a curse.

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Review: ‘Edge of Tomorrow’

Andrew Payne reviews Tom Cruise's new film, Edge of Tomorrow - a gimmicky action/sci-fi epic with a gimmick that really works.

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Review: ‘The Wind Rises’

The Wind Rises is a beautiful capstone to one of animation's most visionary directors. Scott Youngbauer reviews Hayao Miyazaki's 'The Wind Rises'.

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‘Into the Woods’ Finally Gets its Film Adaptation: Five Other Musicals That Should be Next

Now that we've been treated to our first look at Meryl Streep as the Witch in Into the Woods, it's time to get imaginative -- which other musicals deserve the movie adaptation treatment?

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Review: ‘Arthur Newman’

The new film starring Colin Firth and Emily Blunt disappoints.

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Review: ‘Looper’

Rian Johnson's Looper pumps exhilarating new life into the time-travel genre, and according to Hiko Mitsuzuka, it's sci-fi at its stylish best.

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The Five-Year Engagement: Don’t Get Cold Feet

Jason Segel and Emily Blunt star in The Five-Year Engagement, which isn't quite as much of a comedy as you'd think, but Paul Meredith says it's still worth your time.

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Review: ‘Salmon Fishing in the Yemen’

William Paul Jones says Salmon Fishing in the Yemen suffers from a problematic story.

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‘Adjustment Bureau’: Good, Not Great

Courteney Merritt liked the film's 'Mad Men' overtones and thought it did justice to its source material, but thought it could have been better.

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Review: Gnomeo and Juliet is a Darling Film

What happens when Shakespeare's greatest love story gets redone by animated garden gnomes. Laurel Belgreen tells you in her review of a film that could be a surprise Valentine's Day pick.

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Gulliver’s Travels is Too Painful to Watch

Jonathan Swift is likely rolling over in his grave after this latest film version of Gulliver's Travels starring Jack Black. Courteney Merritt says the movie should be considered for a Razzie Award because of its low-brow humor, lackluster script, and marginal 3D effects.

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