Tagged: Julia Roberts

Movie Review: ‘Flatliners’

The remake of "Flatliners" is DOA. Scott Youngbauer reviews this dud.

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Movie Review: ‘August: Osage County’

August Osage County Movie Review

Andrew Payne reviews August: Osage County, an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, that never becomes much more than a stage play shoved onto the screen.

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Long Live the Romantic Comedy

Hollywood has dumped romantic comedies. Can this relationship be saved?

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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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Brad’s Buzz: The Week in Pop Culture 5.16.13

Brad's all over the place, including the South of France, for this week's Buzz.

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No Fairy Tale Ending In Sight: A Look at the Current Fairy Tale Craze

Yet another storybook movie comes out this weekend in Jack the Giant Slayer. Why is Hollywood suddenly so enchanted with fairy tales?

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Dylan McDermott or Dermot Mulroney: The Real Game

Dylan McDermott or Dermot Mulroney? The recent SNL sketch sparked a real discussion about the two actors similar names, faces, and film and television careers.

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Review: ‘Mirror Mirror’ Isn’t the Fairest of Them All

While Mirror Mirror provides some decent family entertainment, it ultimately fails to offer a clear and consistent take on the classic story, says Nate Freiberg.

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Best Women Behaving Badly in Comedies

The success of Bridesmaids has spawned a slew of new raunchy female-led comedies that are set to hit theaters this year. But Beth Dinkel notes women have been behaving badly in hilarious films for well over two decades. She picks six of the best movies here.

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Which Snow White Will Be Better?

Next year two Snow White films will hit theaters. First Mirror Mirror starring Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen comes out in the spring. Then Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron star in Snow White and the Huntsman this summer. Joey Hebert takes a look at both films.

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Review: ‘Larry Crowne’ Gets a Degree in Implausibility

Despite the presence of two of Hollywood's most celebrated actors, Larry Crowne suffers from an utter lack of realism and it fails to offer any dramatic tension, says Lily Kosner. Tom Hanks fails as a director and writer of the film.

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‘Eat Pray Love’ is Long, Tedious, and Boring

While it has some touching and visually breathtaking moments, "Eat Pray Love" will have you praying for an ending, says Kit Bowen. Julia Roberts may be a fantastic actress, who could even get an Oscar nod for this film, but Bowen says her character is kind of irritating.

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