Tagged: Kevin Kline

Movie Review: ‘Ricki And The Flash’

Gorgeously acted and surprisingly affecting, 'Ricki and The Flash' is a win for all involved.

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Review: ‘My Old Lady’

A true art house film, My Old Lady is well worth a trip to the theatre. After a few laughs and few tears later, you may find yourself in a coffee house in deep discussion, which is certainly a lovely way to spend an evening.

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Review: ‘Last Vegas’

Hiko Mitsuzuka reviews the romp that is 'Last Vegas,' starring Michael Douglas, Kevin Kline, Morgan Freeman and Robert De Niro.

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Review: ‘The Conspirator’ is an Effective Allegory

An obvious allegory for our post-9/11 judicial system, Robert Redford's The Conspirator should be a Best Picture contender, says Paul Hansen.

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Hunger Games Series: The Others

Adam Spunberg and Savanna New break down the top contenders for the roles of Madge Undersee, Mrs. Everdeen, Caesar Flickerman, Greasy Sae, and Buttercup in "The Hunger Games," with help from The Hob's Gabby Vittoria and Pauline Hughes. The possibilities include Danielle Chuchran, Robin Wright Penn, Steve Martin, Kevin Kline, Cloris Leachman, and Crookshanks.

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Best and Worst Movie Presidents

With President's Weekend upon us, Kacy Boccumini takes a look at some of the best and most laughable movie presidents of all-time.

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No Strings Attached is Just Another RomCom

At the end of the day, Ivan Reitman's No Strings Attached is a simple rom-com working with an idea that's been done quite a bit recently, says Obed Medina in his review. Most of the film's best features come from the supporting cast that includes solid performances from Lake Bell, Greta Gerwig, and Jake M. Johnson. But Medina says the lead characters - played by Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher - aren't particularly likable.

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First Person Experience: Working on ‘No Strings’

Ever wondered what it would be like to work on a Hollywood movie set? Sasha Mitchell had that experience on No Strings Attached. She tells of a world where people aren't treated like people, where stars pretend you're invisible, and where sex is the No. 1 currency.

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‘The Extra Man’ Evokes a NY State of Mind

Kevin Kline stars in the new quirky urban comedy "The Extra Man." If you've lived in New York before, then this film really speaks to you, says Paul Hansen. But otherwise, the movie essentially consists of interactions between one eccentric character after another with no real dramatic arc.

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