Tagged: Paul Giamatti

Movie Review: ‘Morgan’

An artificial human may or may not be the enemy in the dark suspense film "Morgan." Amanda Nolan reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Love & Mercy’

Andrew Payne reviews Love and Mercy, the Brian Wilson biopic that perhaps goes too far into the life of the legend.

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Movie Review: ‘San Andreas’

Disaster film connoisseur Hiko Mitsuzuka rips apart this cliche-riddled flick...just like the titular faultline does to California.

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Leonardo DiCaprio as Woodrow Wilson: 5 Other Actors Who Have Portrayed Presidents

With news out that Leonardo DiCaprio will take on the role of 28th president Woodrow Wilson as his next project, let's take a look at five other actors who have played a Commander in Chief.

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Review: ‘Turbo’

The latest Dreamworks Animation offering is completely typical of the studio.

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Review: ‘John Dies at the End’

Dan Schindel breaks down this very, very strange movie.

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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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Road to the Emmys Series: Acting in Miniseries/TV Movie

In our Road to the Emmys Series, we'll take a look at every single major Emmy Award. Today, Dantzler Smith starts us off with all of the acting categories in the TV Movie and Miniseries genre.

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HBO’s ‘Too Big to Fail’ Airs Monday Night

The HBO original film Too Big to Fail will air on Monday night, May 23. The film is based off the Andrew Ross Sorkin title of the same. This film promises to offer a fascinating look at our financial system, and the events surrounding the financial sector crisis in fall of 2008. William Hurt leads off the all-star cast playing former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. Other cast members include Paul Giamatti, Topher Grace, Cynthia Nixon, James Woods, Bill Pullman, Billy Crudup, Ed Asner, Matthew Modine, Tony Shalhoub, and Dan Hedaya.

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Review: ‘Win Win’ Feels More Like a Draw

A fun and quirky tale of a wrestling prodigy who lands up on the doorstep of a struggling New Jersey lawyer, Win Win ultimately fails to realize its potential, says Phil Wallace.

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‘Barney’s Version’ Review

Barney's Version is a wonderful character study film that shows off the talents of Paul Giamatti and Rosamund Pike. Lisa Skapinker reviews this unique film that also stars Dustin Hoffman, Minnie Driver, and Scott Speedman.

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