Tagged: Julianne Moore

The 2015 Oscar Race Begins

With the Golden Globe and SAG nominations being announced, our ScreenPicks panel of experts examines the state of the Oscar race.

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Movie Review: Non-Stop

Andrew Payne reviews the new Liam Neeson thriller Non-Stop, a frustrating trip that's ultimately not worth the destination.

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10 Stephen King Books That Deserve a Film Adaptation More Than the ‘Carrie’ Remake

Carrie may be getting the reboot treatment this weekend, but Stephen King has an insane number of novels to adapt into new films instead. Take a look at 10 that deserve to be up on the big screen.

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Review: ‘The English Teacher’

Julianne Moore turns in another stellar performance in the enjoyable, if forgettable 'The English Teacher'.

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Brad’s Buzz: The Week in Pop Culture 5.1.13

It's that time again... time to be force fed the Buzz!

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Review: ‘What Maisie Knew’

Brad Liberti calls 'What Maisie Knew' the best film he's seen so far this year.

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Trailer: ‘6 Souls’

It's been shelved for quite a while, but now it looks like Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers' supernatural horror 6 Souls is finally getting a US airing, with the release of a new trailer.

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Sundance Review: ‘Don Jon’s Addiction’ is Solid

Joseph Gordon-Levitt unveiled his directorial debut at Sundance, and Dan Schindel has the lowdown.

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The Hand That Rocks the Cradle: 20 Years Later

To celebrate the anniversary of a movie that made us fear nannies and greenhouses alike, Hiko Mitsuzuka takes a look back at America’s favorite psychotic nanny -- Peyton Flanders.

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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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The Brokeback Kids Will Be All Right

Kacy Boccumini looks at the evolution of homosexuality in contemporary cinema.

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Scott Youngbauer’s Biggest Oscar Snubs in History

There have been plenty of major Oscar snubs over the years. Today, Scott Youngbauer has a list of some of the best acting performances that were overlooked by the Academy. Tomorrow, Dantzler Smith will have his own list.

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Bening and Moore are More Than All Right

Lisa Cholodenko's new film "The Kids Are All Right" takes a real view of modern day family relationships through the prism of a lesbian couple whose kids find their sperm donor father. Annette Bening and Julianne Moore both could be Oscar contenders if the Academy remembers them in winter.

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A Single Sensation: Firth, Moore Shine

Tom Ford's "A Single Man" is a gem, writes Kit Bowen. Given an opportunity to showcase his talents, Colin Firth gives a memorable performance as a lonely gay college professor. Julianne Moore is deserving of her first Oscar, Bowen says, while Ford's directorial debut is hard to top.

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