Tagged: Susan Sarandon

10 Witch Movies That Cast A Spell On Us

We look back at some of Hollywood's most spellbinding spellcasters.

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Great American Novels Turned Great American Films

The Great Gatsby is not the only Great American Novel to get the big screen treatment. Samantha Wilson takes a look at five quintessential American novels that have also made the leap to the silver screen.

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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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Review: ‘The Company You Keep’ is a Real Keeper

Robert Redford returns to top form, directing a stellar cast, fronted by the obscenely talented Shia LeBeouf in 'The Company you Keep'.

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Review: ‘Snitch’

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson goes for a change of pace with this new thriller.

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Review: ‘Cloud Atlas’ is Both a Dizzying Success and Terrible Failure

Andrew Payne reviews Cloud Atlas, a film that, while entertaining, ultimately doesn't deliver on its intended goals.

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Review: Financial Intrigue in ‘Arbitrage’

Arbitrage is a concise, smart drama about a troubled billionaire juggling far too many balls in the air, says Kit Bowen.

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Review: ‘Robot & Frank’

Robot & Frank envisions a “near future” where artificial intelligences may replace specialized caretakers, a nicely realized world, according to Dan Schindel.

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Movie Review: ‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’

Andrew Payne reviews the new Duplass Brothers film, Jeff Who Lives at Home, a movie that's all about connections yet fails to make any of its own.

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30 Rock Recap: Alexis Goodlooking and the Case of the Missing Whisky

Roberto Rico recaps at the latest episode of 30 Rock.

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Wall Street Dud

Oliver Stone's "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" is a major disappointment, says Bryce Van Kooten.

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Interview: The Cast of “The Lovely Bones”

Peter Jackson's "The Lovely Bones," about a murdered 14-year old girl who watches over her family's efforts to find her killer, comes out today in limited release. Kit Bowen interviews Jackson as well as cast members Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, and Saoirse Ronan.

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