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Oliver Stone's second feature film is a silly, scary, skeevy horror flick that touches a lot of erogenous zones for maturing minds.
An entertaining and chilling movie that, at about 134 minutes, keeps you engrossed, but it needs less of a soapbox and more humanity.
The stars are coming out to tell the story of a whisteblower. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is taking on the role of Edward Snowden. Shaliene Woodley, Zachary Quinto, Timothy Olymphant, Melissa Leo, Nicholas Cage, Scott Eastwood, Rhys Ifans and Joely Richardson all have parts in Oliver Stone’s new and exciting movie. Snowden will be playing at a […]
A dishonest character choice sets "Scarface" back, but it's still a bleakly funny, compulsively watchable template for the criminal deconstruction of the American Dream.
A modern day "Romeo & Juliet" tale as told by Oliver Stone, "Savages" is every bit as violent as it is mediocre.
"World Trade Center" — a spiritual film of human connections, not exploited tragedy — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
"W." — in which Oliver Stone's usually wicked satire turned toward subtle invective — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
Oliver Stone's haphazard sequel reshuffles the deck, but relies on the same old cinematic card tricks.