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  • Review: 'Two Days, One Night'

    When we listen in on one-sided telephone conversations in the movies, often the behavior is not quite human. Rather, it becomes an actor's showcase for histrionic tears or smiling through tears — a good old-fashioned wallow in capital-O Overacting.
  • Oscar nominations 2015: Hollywood is strangely absent

    Oscar nominations 2015: Hollywood is strangely absent
    If Thursday's Oscar nominations are any indication, the best Hollywood movies aren’t being made by Hollywood anymore. Following the lead of many major industries, the movie business has in effect outsourced what used to be its bread and butter....

    'Two Days, One Night' is a tough call

    'Two Days, One Night' is a tough call
    3 stars (out of four) I’m not sure any company would have its employees vote on whether they’d rather have a 1,000-Euro bonus or let a co-worker keep her job. I don’t think it’s so notable that some people are selfish and...

    'Two Days, One Night' has Marion Cotillard at her best

    'Two Days, One Night' has Marion Cotillard at her best
    It is strange to think of "Two Days, One Night" as a thriller. The new drama from Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, the accomplished Belgium filmmaking brothers, stars French actress Marion Cotillard as a factory worker trying to win her job back. But a...

    Oscar foreign language submissions set a record -- again

    Oscar foreign language submissions set a record -- again
    A record 83 countries submitted movies for consideration in the foreign language film category for the 87th Academy Awards, the film academy announced Thursday, marking the third consecutive year the field has set a new high. Last year, 76 countries...