Posts Tagged ‘richard gere’
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The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Films with fully developed elderly characters shouldn't be a rarity, but this charming sequel highlights how scarce, and welcome, they are.
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Days of Heaven (1978)

Often called one of the most beautiful films ever made and also one of the most confounding, "Days of Heaven" is actually both.

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Heroes of the Zeroes: Unfaithful

"Unfaithful" — a dark piece of sultry fantasia that doesn’t condemn or condone — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.

Heroes of the Zeroes: The Mothman Prophecies

"The Mothman Prophecies" — a campfire-ready chiller whose embers glow long after it's over — continues Nick Rogers' look at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.

Brooklyn's Finest

Coming to DVD July 6

Richard Gere and Don Cheadle take to the streets in Antoine Fuqua's police drama "Brooklyn's Finest," Colin Firth and Julianne Moore explore the life of "A Single Man" and "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" arrive on DVD this week.
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Shannon Kane

The actress breaks into film in Antoine Fuqua's latest gritty cop drama, Brooklyn's Finest opposite Richard Gere and talks character, career and craft.

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Hachi: A Dog’s Tale

It's a shame that "Hachi" failed to get a theatrical release, because it's worthy tear-jerker.

Brooklyn’s Finest

If "Brooklyn's Finest' were an East Coast retread of "Training Day," that would only improve this shapeless, shamelessly cliched cop thriller.


Heroes of the Zeroes: Chicago

"Chicago" — an irresistibly intoxicating adaptation of the musical — continues Nick Rogers' daily, alphabetical look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.

Movies You Aught Not Watch: Autumn in New York

"Autumn in New York" — an agonizing test of capacity for cinematic banality — continues Nick Rogers' weekly look back at the 52 worst films of 2000-2009.

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Coming to DVD Feb. 2

Woody Harrelson goes on the hunt in "Zombieland," Aaron Eckhart and Jennifer Aniston find "Love Happens" and Hilary Swank soars as "Amelia" - all on DVD this week.
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"Amelia" is a thoroughly conventional -- though-great-looking -- portrait of an unconventional historical figure.

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Hachi: A Dog’s Tale

"Hachi: A Dog's Tale" is an unapologetic tear-jerker, and one unlikely to leave a dry eye in the house.