Tagged: Natalie Portman

Movie Review: ‘Knight of Cups’

Andrew Payne reviews "Knight of Cups," Terrence Malick's latest bit of experimentation that's just an interesting as it is inscrutable.

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From ‘Blade’ to ‘Spider-Man’: The 10 Most Marvel-ous Movies

With Thor: The Dark World bringing its hammer down on the box office, David Morris takes us through 10 of his favorite movies featuring heroes from the Marvel universe.

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Review: ‘Thor: The Dark World’ Lightens the Mood

'Thor: The Dark World' brings the latest addition to Marvel’s Avengers franchise back to life in thundering, 3D, universe-saving splendor.

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A Wish List for Thor: The Dark World

The sequel to Thor is coming! Ana Bastow discusses what she desires to see in Thor: The Dark World.

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Celebrity Transformations

Anne Hathaway's dramatic weight loss for Les Miserables is just one example of a celebrity gaining or losing weight for a role. GiGi Dubois looks at some others.

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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: ‘Hesher’ Won’t Light Your Fire

What happens when Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays an irredeemable tattooed pyromaniac who is the mentor to a bereaved child? You get Hesher, a film with a main character that's void of any likability, says William Paul Jones. The movie also stars Natalie Portman in her sixth film in six months.

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Review: 3D Effects Make ‘Thor’ Roar

Thor is a perfectly good popcorn flick made amazing by some outstanding 3D effects, says Adam Spunberg.

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Picktainment Weekly: Four Films

Aphrodite Manousos discusses Arthur, Ryan Koch is down on Your Highness, and Kit Bowen covers those films as well as Soul Surfer and Born To Be Wild. Phil Wallace hosts our Picktainment Weekly Podcast.

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Review: ‘Your Highness’ Goes Low

David Gordon Green's Your Highness provides some lessons in modern day cinema, says Ryan Koch. That is, Danny McBride isn't much a screenwriter, Green hasn't found his stride as a director, and Justin Theroux can outshine a cast the includes Natalie Portman, James Franco, McBride, and Zooey Deschanel.

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Top-10 Female Action Heroes in Film

With the film Sucker Punch set to come out this Friday, Aphrodite Manousos looks at the ten best female action heroes in film history.

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Oscars Review: Hathaway, Franco Disappoint as Hosts

Aphrodite Manousos looks at the night that was at the 83rd Academy Awards, and it all starts with a disappointing hosting job from Anne Hathaway and James Franco.

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Live-Blogging The Oscars!

Join Rebecca Rose for live, up-to-the minute updates on winners, and the best color commentary under the blogging sun. Ask Rebecca your questions in the comments, or offer your own funny observations or feedback!!

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Road To The Oscars: Best Actress

This may be one actress' year, but that doesn't mean the Academy isn't recognizing four other brilliant performances. Rebecca Rose breaks down the best female lead performances of 2010.

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Is Natalie Portman Overexposed?

Natalie Portman is in the midst of a six-month period in which she will star in six movies. Additionally, she's won a Golden Globe, a SAG, and is the favorite to win the Oscar for Best Actress all while pregnant. But Alyssa Forleiter wonders if Portman's overexposure will hurt her Oscar chances.

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