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After a late strong bid for the Best Picture Oscar, I'm hoping more people will give "The Big Short" a chance on video. Smart, angry, incredibly funny.
Simultaneously very angry and very funny, "The Big Short" reveals how we all lost in a rigged game we didn't even know was being played.
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INDIANAPOLIS!!! WIN PASSES TO SEE THE BIG SHORT, Wednesday December 16th at 7pm!! 1) go to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap. Share the post about this contest. 2) Go back to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap and comment on the post about this contest and tell us what’s your favorite movie that’s based on a true story? Synopsis: When four outsiders saw what […]
Ridley Scott's version of "The Ten Commandments" has no reason for existing, and we needn't bother watching it.
"American Hustle" is a film filled with fantastic performances, wrapped within a tepid and directionless story.
The lack of nominations for Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks and Robert Redford were among the biggest snubs and surprises for the 2013 Oscars.
This film boasts a crowd of Academy Award-winning and -nominated thespians, one of Hollywood’s most lauded writer/directors, a buzzy historical subject, and a crushing identity crisis.
A gripping slow-burn thriller, "Out of the Furnace" is an unrelenting slice of red-blooded Americana.
The final chapter of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy ends not with a bang but an allegory.
There's something for everyone with "The Dark Knight Rises," starring Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway and the romantic comedy "Hope Springs" with Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones on DVD & Blu-ray this week.
The Batman saga ends not with a bang but an allegory. It's a darker, bolder superhero flick that often tries to do too much.
Director Christopher Nolan changed the landscape of superhero movies forever with "Batman Begins" — delving into superhero psychology.
The 1970's was a time of dark thrillers, one-man action missions and horror-genre solidification. Taken out of context, this era's classic films have been reworked into hollow remakes.