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In the last decade, there has been an influx of 
 distinctive and intimate music documentaries. You're Gonna Miss Me (2005) explored the life of Texas psych-rock progenitor Roky Erickson. That same year, The Devil and Daniel Johnston was an … more
At long last, the bloated, self-important, 
 seemingly endless Hobbit trilogy has 
 ended. Mercifully. I honestly thought we'd never make it, what with Bilbo and company traveling for what felt like forever in the first film only to say in the … more
It's … big. Whatever else you might want to 
 say about Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods and 
 Kings, you can't deny that it's big. Big scale on the CGI-enhanced sets, big crowd scenes, big plagues, big acting — they're all here. Pull out your … more
Timing is everything, and it just so happens that kidnapped journalists in the Middle East have been all over the news recently. The truth is it's been happening for years, so to have a new release about a journalist captured and tortured in Iran is … more
I know! I know! 'Tis the season to be jolly, 
 and all that … but 'tis also that time of year 
 when I am reminded of all the truly horrible, really bad holiday movies. Between Black Friday and Christmas, we'll watch or buy just about anything … more
He has one of the most extraordinary minds of the 20th century, yet he can't lift a fork to feed himself. Stephen Hawking is, simply and complexly, a paragon of inspiration and tragedy. How ironic, and cruel, that a man with such extreme … more
The appeal of Horrible Bosses (2011) was that (at one time or another) we've all had odious supervisors. So when Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis played characters who clumsily plotted to kill their bosses, a hilarious revenge comedy … more
Don't tell Hollywood I said this, but chopping 
 the final novel of the Hunger Games trilogy 
 into two films might be the best thing to happen to the franchise. I mean, it didn't work for Harry Potter — the first Deathly Hallows film was … more
I truly believe that meaningful personal liberty is impossible without guaranteed personal privacy. Which is why Citizenfour — Laura Poitras' new documentary about Edward Snowden's decision to expose the U.S. government's massive, secret and … more
We all need cinematic heroes, and Birdman, both character and film, fits that role with aplomb. Designed to aesthetically challenge, frustrate, inspire, amuse and amaze, Alejandro González Iñárritu's new movie — and I do mean new — is the … more