Tagged: Robert De Niro

Movie Review: ‘Joy’

"Joy"is not the best collaboration between Jennifer Lawrence and the David O. Russell, but it does have a compelling story about a pretty badass lady.

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Movie Review: ‘The Intern’

Hiko Mitsuzuka takes on the light, airy, and harmless Crate & Barrel catalog that is Nancy Meyers' 'The Intern.'

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Review: ‘Grudge Match’

It's Rocky Balboa vs. Jake Lamotta again in a crowd-pleasing fight for the ages.

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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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‘The Family’ Review: Blood of My Blood

An all-star cast makes 'The Family' a comedy you can’t refuse.

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Review: ‘Killing Season’

The action-thriller 'Killing Season' clocks in at a brisk 81 minutes, a lean running time not often seen in non-comedies. However, it's so thinly scripted, writes Nate Freiberg, that it proves even shorter films can outstay their welcome.

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Interview: Justin Zackham, Director of ‘The Big Wedding’

Brad Liberti talks to Justin Zackham about the joys of directing his star-studded cast in this week's The Big Wedding.

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Road to the Oscars 2013: Best Supporting Actor

Perhaps the hardest to call acting category in recent years, Best Supporting Actor will likely be one of the most exciting moments in the 2013 Oscar telecast.

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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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Review: ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ Shines

Silver Linings Playbook scores on many levels -- an Oscar touchdown!

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Review: ‘Red Lights’ Go, Go, Go

Red Lights gives us a fresh look into the paranormal world, and despite the nearly two hour run time, you just want it to keep going.

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‘The Godfather’ at 40: The Sequel Debate

Forty years after the debut of one of the finest pieces of art ever committed to film, Joseph Doherty, in a well thought out opus worthy of the films themselves, undertakes the age old debate: which was better, The Godfather or The Godfather Part II?

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Movie Review: Being Flynn



Andrew Payne reviews Being Flynn. Does the movie take off, or does it take an unfortunate trip into "Suck City"?

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Scorsese’s Forgotten Masterpiece: ‘The King of Comedy’

With the release of Hugo, Joseph Doherty takes a look back at Martin Scorsese's forgotten masterpiece, The King of Comedy.

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Review: ‘Killer Elite’ is a Waste of Your Time

Despite a promising premise for action film fans, Killer Elite is a confusing mess, says William Paul Jones.

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