Tagged: Scarlett Johansson

Movie Review: ‘Captain America: Civil War’

Andrew Payne reviews "Captain America: Civil War," a movie that's less of a film and more of a product, but that doesn't stop it from being a lot of fun.

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Movie Review: ‘The Jungle Book’

"The Jungle Book" is widly masterful, and a true technical achievement. It’s one of the best films to come out so far this year.

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Review: ‘Lucy’

Luc Besson's latest takes Scarlett Johansson on a wild ride when drugs open her brain to unforeseen levels of capability. Though her abilities are mesmerizing, it's not enough to sustain a too-slick film without enough substance.

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Review: ‘Chef’

Jon Favreau's passion project is a foodie's paradise, but has just about all the substance of a trip to a fast food joint.

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Review: ‘Under the Skin’

An alien that’s taken the form of a beautiful woman (played by Scarlett Johansson) roves Scotland in a white van. She picks up various men, seduces them, and then kidnaps them. They are put into some kind of preservative fluid and their interiors removed until they are horrifyingly hollow skins. The alien watches humanity with […]

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Movie Review: “Her”

Andrew Payne reviews Spike Jonze's Her, a film with a lot to say about a lot of deep things, but could have said them in a more entertaining fashion.

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Five Films to Look Forward to From the Toronto Film Fest

The Toronto International Film Festival wraps up today, so take a look at five standout films that are sure to get a lot of buzz when they hit theaters in the next few months.

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Scarlett Johansson To Star In Luc Besson’s ‘Lucy’

Scarlett Johansson is continuing her current reign of the superhero genre by starring in Luc Besson's latest film, 'Lucy'.

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Sundance Review: ‘Don Jon’s Addiction’ is Solid

Joseph Gordon-Levitt unveiled his directorial debut at Sundance, and Dan Schindel has the lowdown.

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Road to the Oscars 2013: Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Without hair and makeup artists, movies could never be made. Rebecca Susmarski breaks down the nominees in our Road to the Oscars Series.

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‘Hitchcock’ Trailer: A Director’s Drama

It's finally here, and now we can all take a look at the Hitchcock trailer! Anthony Hopkins plays the Master of Suspense "obsessed by murder", alongside Helen Mirren who plays his wife, Alma. The movie highlights the period of his life where he made the classic film Psycho - that famous shower scene, eh? Ah, the memories.

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Review: ‘The Avengers’ is Marvel-ous

Marvel's The Avengers substantially raises the bar for super hero movies, says William Paul Jones, and it's one of the year's best films.

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Movie Review: ‘We Bought a Zoo’

Home is where the zoo is. We Bought a Zoo opens wide on Friday with Cameron Crowe’s first foray into the jungle of the family film genre. While there he discovers scads of animals, lots of laughs and a surplus of heart. All in all, a worthwhile journey.

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Top-10 Independent Films of the 2000s

Robert Camacho Roman ranks the best independent films since 2000.

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