Tagged: Rebecca Hall

Review: ‘Transcendence’ could have used some human touch

Adam Spunberg breaks down why Transcendence doesn't live up to the great potential it could have achieved.

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Review: ‘Closed Circuit’ Is an Inside Job

You have to pay close attention when watching "Closed Circuit," a compelling, if sometimes convoluted, contemporary political thriller. If you scratch your head, you might miss something.

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Review: ‘Lay the Favorite’ is a Lost Bet

With a cast of Bruce Willis, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Rebecca Hall, and Vince Vaughn, one would think that Lay the Favorite would be a good bet to be an entertaining film. But Stephen Frears' latest effort fails to cover the spread.

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Review: ‘The Awakening’ Keeps You Up at Night

The Awakening doesn't show anything we haven't seen before, but it's an entertaining ghost story to see unfold.

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Affleck’s Director Skills Evident in ‘The Town’

Ben Affleck's "The Town" is a compelling tight-knit bank heist drama, says Kit Bowen. But the film really shows that Affleck has become a a skilled director after a series of bad acting roles. "The Town" also offers some standout performances from Jeremy Renner and Blake Lovely.

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Peters: ‘Please Give’ Deserves Attention

Nicole Holofcener's "Please Give" explores female relationships in the modern age. Starring Rebecca Hall, Amanda Peet, Catherine Keener, and Oliver Platt, the indie film relies on little moments to tell its story, and remind us that our identities never stop evolving. Katie Mae Peters has a review.

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