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  • Review: 'Nightcrawler'

    Review: 'Nightcrawler'
    Jake Gyllenhaal lost 30 pounds for his new movie, "Nightcrawler," and the result is simple and eerie, much like the film itself. He appears to be wearing a Jake Gyllenhaal mask, all cheekbones, sallow complexion and unblinking laser-beam eyes.
  • 'Nightcrawler' is dangerous and deeply unsettling

    'Nightcrawler' is dangerous and deeply unsettling
    ***1/2 (out of four) A hilarious “Mr. Show” skit featured a TV news program whose slogan was “We Make the News” and whose reporters did things like start fires in the forest so they could then report on said fire. In the weird,...

    'The Bourne Legacy' review: Keep the brain food coming

    'The Bourne Legacy' review: Keep the brain food coming
    *** (out of four) To fill Matt Damon’s/Jason Bourne’s shoes, an actor/character must be fleet of foot, squeeze into tight spaces and possess badass hand-to-hand combat skills. No problem. As Aaron Cross, another special operative feeling...

    Audio/Q&A: Tilda Swinton is not your average vampire in 'Only Lovers Left Alive'

    Audio/Q&A: Tilda Swinton is not your average vampire in 'Only Lovers Left Alive'
    Many people think Tilda Swinton is strange. By phone, the "Only Lovers Left Alive" star both saluted that perception ("It's ridiculous and hilarious ... it means I can pass unnoticed, and I'm thrilled") and offered three things she thinks are strange:...

    Q&A: Tilda Swinton maximizes her time in 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    Q&A: Tilda Swinton maximizes her time in 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
    To play the very old Madame D., whose death and will drive the plot of Wes Anderson’s extraordinary “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Tilda Swinton endured five hours in the makeup chair to put on her appearance and five hours to take it off....