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  • Movie review: Mulligan tackles another classic literary heroine in 'Madding Crowd'

    Glowing reviews are nothing new to English rose Carey Mulligan. The star of "An Education," damsel in distress of "Drive" and Daisy Buchanan of the recent "Great Gatsby" is used to the sort of notices she's earning for her turn as Bathsheba Everdene in the film of Thomas Hardy's "Far From the Madding Crowd." Her Bathsheba is "intense, compelling and modern," raved David Sexton in This is London, with Variety'sScott Foundas finding "an appealing wistfulness" in Mulligan's interpretation of the 19th century heroine.
  • �Ex Machina� director aims to 'gently fan the flames' of fear of tech giants

    Alex Garland knows what you know. He's seen "Blade Runner" and "2001: A Space Odyssey." He reads Wired and The New York Times. He's dabbled on Facebook and Twitter and other forms of social media. So when he needs to manipulate the audience, the way he...

    'Ex Machina' star Oscar Isaac channels Kubrick in film

    Oscar Isaac has launched a first-rate film career by creating characters nobody wants as their imaginary best friend. Over the past 10 years, as villainous King John in Ridley Scott's retelling of the Robin Hood legend, a sneaky CIA type in the latest...

    Rhiannon Giddens stepping out from the Chocolate Drops

    Rhiannon Giddens stepping out from the Chocolate Drops
    The year leading up to Rhiannon Giddens' first solo album, "Tomorrow is my Turn" (Nonesuch), was full of zigs and zags, a whirlwind of shows and recording sessions that had her performing in a variety of contexts, some a good musical distance from her...

    Movie review: 'Ex Machina' is a wonderful creation

    Thoughtful science fiction is as rare in film these days as black-and-white or a double feature, something parents fascinate their children with as exotica from a different moviegoing time. First-time director Alex Garland brilliantly brings the past...