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  • 'Rabbit Hole'

    'Rabbit Hole'
    Also a producer of the drama, Nicole Kidman was an Oscar nominee for her intense work in David Lindsay-Abaire's adaptation of his own play. Kidman and Aaron Eckhart star as a couple still struggling, months later, to deal with the sudden loss of their young son in an accident.
  • Reel Critics: 'True Grit' a truly great movie

    Let's cut to the chase. "True Grit" is one of the very best films of the year. Written and directed by the Coen Brothers, it takes a sharp offbeat turn on the basic elements of Hollywood cowboy movies. It's full of dark humor and snappy dialogue, but less...

    'The Big Year'

    'The Big Year'
    Bird-watching may not seem like the most involving subject for a comedy, and ... well, this movie proves it isn't, though director David Frankel ("The Devil Wears Prada") assembles an all-star trio for it. Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson play...

    'The Big Year' review: A lighthearted movie about men ignoring their families

    'The Big Year' review: A lighthearted movie about men ignoring their families
     * (out of four) Aside from an international staring contest and the World Series of Texting, there aren’t many challenges less suited for a movie than competitive bird watching. Excuse me; apparently bird watching is called “birding,”...

    'The Odd Life of Timothy Green' review: Even worse than 'A Thousand Words'

    'The Odd Life of Timothy Green' review: Even worse than 'A Thousand Words'
    0.5 stars (out of four) Take the remarkably disingenuous “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” then replace the exploitation of 9/11 with an insulting adoption fairy tale—and you’ve got “The Odd Life of Timothy Green,&...