Tagged: Emma Stone

Movie Review: “Irrational Man”

"Irrational Man" is rehashing previously explored themes Woody Allen has tackled before, but here they still manage to stay fresh.

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Review: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’

Mark Webb serves up a satisfying sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man, featuring a more mature and likeable web-slinger.

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Brad’s Top 10: Best Actresses Under 25

Brad Liberti reveals his picks for the 10 best actresses under 25 working in film today.

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Review: Move Over Flintstones, ‘The Croods’ Have Just Moved In

Despite its emotional shortcomings, Scott Youngbauer thinks the new animated feature from Dreamworks is adequately entertaining.

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The Best Zombie Films of All Time

Ed Haley picks the best bunch of brain eaters from cinema.

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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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Review: ‘Gangster Squad’ is an Entertaining Mess

Andrew Payne says that Gangster Squad is filled with entertaining violence, and not much else.

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Review: ‘Spider-Man’ Amazes

Marcas Grant finds plenty to like with The Amazing Spider-Man, starting with Peter Parker's new attitude.

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What’s Next For Jim Carrey?

In light of Jim Carrey's recent video declaring his love for Emma Stone, Ryan Koch takes a look at the current state of Carrey's career and where it could be headed.

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Box Office of the Apes

'Planet of the Apes' prequel takes its consecutive week as number one in the box office, as 'The Help' does better than anticipated.

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Review: ‘The Help’ Could Use Some Assistance

The Help is a major disappointment that misfires on many levels, says Amy Lindorff. She also says it's Emma Stone's first bad film.

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He Said/She Said Review: ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love’

William Paul Jones and Megan Lane are at it again, this time offering their takes on the film Crazy, Stupid, Love. While both of them liked the film, they disagreed on a few points, including Ryan Gosling's alleged lazy eye.

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A+ Teen Comedy

Kit Bowen says "Easy A", starring Emma Stone, is a quirky and clever teen high school comedy.

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