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  • TV Review: 'Boardwalk Empire' Finale Good To the Last Drop (SPOILERS)

    Terence Winter has professed his love for "The Sopranos" finale, but the "Boardwalk Empire" creator certainly didn't choose to emulate his former show's cryptic conclusion in crafting a fifth season that steadfastly built toward its final, revelatory sequences. And that's to his and the program's credit, as the HBO drama methodically detailed the history of its central character, Nucky Thompson, while tying up loose ends (or most of them, anyway) with a ruthless efficiency that would have made Michael Corleone proud.
  • Liam Hemsworth's 'Cut Bank' Gets U.S. Distribution

    A24 and DirecTV have acquired U.S. rights to Liam Hemsworth's thriller "Cut Bank" two months after its premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival. "Cut Bank" will screen Sept. 10 at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival in the Contemporary World Cinema program....

    Toronto Film Review: 'Pawn Sacrifice'

    The moves are none too surprising but the psychological back-and-forth still compels attention in "Pawn Sacrifice," director Edward Zwick's conventionally well-crafted dramatization of the life of Bobby Fischer. Revisiting that astonishing moment when a...

    Sheila Nevins, Anton Yelchin, Whoopi Goldberg, Paul Wesley Among Jurors at 2014 Tribeca Film Festival

    Organizers of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival have tapped a roster of industry types including Sheila Nevins, Anton Yelchin, Whoopi Goldberg, Paul Wesley, Catherine Hardwicke, Toni Collette and Natasha Lyonne, among others, to serve as jurors for the fest'...

    Review: 'Afternoon of a Faun' a graceful tale of ballet, loss

     Review: 'Afternoon of a Faun' a graceful tale of ballet, loss
    We open with two dancers, a man and a woman, on a bare stage. He is Jacques d'Amboise, one of the greatest male dancers this country ever produced, but you barely notice him. Your eye is drawn to the woman, to the fluid, almost miraculous way she moves,...