Tagged: Marisa Tomei

Review: ‘Love Is Strange’

Ben and George's marriage after 40 years together should have brought them happiness, but it's the catalyst for hardship. Ira Sachs' masterful film is both heartfelt and heartbreaking at the same time, from beginning to end.

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Interview: ‘Parental Guidance’ – Billy Crystal and Bette Midler are the Grandest of Grandparents

Hiko Mitsuzuka talks with the cast of the family comedy Parental Guidance and finds out how Billy Crystal is dealing with losing his iPhone virginity.

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The Best Strippers of Film and TV

While America patiently awaiting the release of Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike, Scott Youngbauer takes a look at some of pop culture’s most memorable portrayals of strippers from film and TV.

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Review: ‘The Ides of March’

George Clooney stars, directs, and writes the political thriller The Ides of March, which Angela Stern says is intriguing and utterly enjoyable.

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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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Review: Strong Cast Inspires ‘Salvation Boulevard’

Salvation Boulevard is an interesting film about religion, which is buoyed by its strong cast, says Ryan Miningham.

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Review: ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ is an Exciting Ride

Matthew McConaughey stars in the The Lincoln Lawyer which Ed Haley says is 119 minutes of a nail biting crime case out of the backseat of a Lincoln Continental.

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Hill, Reilly, and Tomei Bring ‘Cyrus’ to Life

This weekend, the new Duplass brothers film "Cyrus" comes out starring Jonah Hill, former Oscar winner Marisa Tomei, and past nominees John C. Reilly and Catherine Keener. Steve Neumann went to an advanced screening of the movie and found it enjoyable and says it feels real.

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