Tagged: Jesse Eisenberg

Movie Review: ‘Cafe Society’

"Cafe Society" is Woody Allen by the numbers, but is still a charming good time.

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Movie Review: ‘Batman v Superman’

Andrew Payne reviews "Batman v Superman," the impossibly large and overstuffed wannabe superhero epic that's actually surprisingly hollow.

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Movie Review: ‘American Ultra’

"American Ultra" is one of the more unusual, and engaging love stories to come out this year.

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Review: ‘The Double’

Bronwen Winter Phoenix loves Richard Ayoade's new film starring Jesse Eisenberg.

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Review: ‘The Double’

The Double is a very strange film, in the greatest way that films can be strange.

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Review: ‘Rio 2’

Does Rio 2 measure up to its predecessor? Dan Schindel has the review.

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Five Films to Look Forward to From the Toronto Film Fest

The Toronto International Film Festival wraps up today, so take a look at five standout films that are sure to get a lot of buzz when they hit theaters in the next few months.

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Review: ‘Now You See Me’

'Now You See Me', the new star-studded caper flick from action-man, Louis Letterier, is a fun and fast-moving romp. Just don't expect any depth.

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Review: ‘Free Samples’

Tess Minsky unpacks this slow-moving, low-key film.

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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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Review: ‘To Rome’ Without Much Love

Woody Allen's latest effort To Rome with Love is a meandering mess that doesn't come close to living up to Midnight in Paris.

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Review: ’30 Minutes or Less’ Provides Less than a Half Hour of Comedy

Your opinion of 30 Minutes or Less may depend on your expectations, Ryan Koch says in his review.

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Top-5 Business Movies of the Decade

With Tax Day coming upon us last week, Ed Haley has his list of the five best business movies of the past decade.

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Road to the Oscars: Best Actor

There's little competition for Best Actor this year as Colin Firth is a near shoo-in. But that doesn't mean his performance was the only good one. Kit Bowen looks at the five nominees for Best Actor.

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A Different View on ‘The Social Network’

"The Social Network" will probably wind up being one of the 10 best films of the year, and thus deserving of a Best Picture nod, says Phil Wallace. But he notes that the film is laced with deliberate inaccuracies. While it makes for a more interesting movie, it does color his view of the film.

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