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Quantum of Solace (movie)

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  • Film Review: Latest from Resnais consistent with previous films

    Film Review: Latest from Resnais consistent with previous films
    Coming from a 90-year-old director, the title "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" may seem ironic, but I'd rather think of it as "optimistic" and "cheeky" — given that filmmaker Alain Resnais has already finished shooting his next feature, now in...
  • 'World War Z': Fast zombies, global chaos and a semi-entertaining mess ★★ 1/2

    'World War Z': Fast zombies, global chaos and a semi-entertaining mess ★★ 1/2
    It begins the way global epidemics have begun once or twice before in the movies: with a nice American family around the kitchen table, television droning in the background, delivering news reports of a mutating virus. OK, pass the oj! Let's get on with...
  • 'World War Z' could rise from the dead

    In the new zombie epic "World War Z," Brad Pitt jets around the world seeking an elusive solution to an intractable problem. He's been doing a lot of that in real life too. Six months ago, Pitt's new movie appeared doomed — by a release-date...
  • Review: 'World War Z' gets a rise from the undead

    Birds do it. Bees do it. Even educated fleas do it. And as it turns out, zombies do it as well. They swarm. And when they're done swarming, they swarm all over again. That unstoppably manic movement is the most unexpected part of "World War Z" as well...
  • Brad Pitt's 'World War Z' shows signs of life in early reviews

    Speculation has swirled ever since "World War Z", the forthcoming zombie disaster movie starring and co-produced by Brad Pitt, was pushed from last winter to this summer by Paramount Pictures to allow for a wholesale rewrite and a reshoot of its final...
  • 'Chicken With Plums'

    Featured at several film festivals, this fanciful story of a violinist and his recollections takes unusual forms in the hands of two filmmakers who also displayed their technique in the acclaimed "Persepolis," Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud....
  • 'Seven Psychopaths'

    One psychopath usually is enough for any movie, and it's actually a budding screenplay within the film that inspires the title of this offbeat action-comedy. Along with two friends (Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken), the aspiring writer (Colin Farrell)...
  • Violence, James Violence? Bond films more forceful

    Violence, James Violence? Bond films more forceful
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The fictional James Bond always had a license to kill, but new research suggests the suave spy's movies got more violent through the years. "In fact, they got quite a bit more violent over time," said Dr. Robert Hancox, the...
  • 'Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters'

    Children grow up ... and if they were treated like these two, you don't think revenge would be on their adult agenda? Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton ("Quantum of Solace") play the siblings in this highly revisionist fairy-tale update, which gives them...
  • Behind the wheel in Bond film 'Skyfall'

    Behind the wheel in Bond film 'Skyfall'
    For seven years, he was the most famous driver you never saw. And with the next James BondĀ filmĀ 'Skyfall' opening this week, you still won't see him in action. But he's there. Known alternately as the Stig from BBC's "Top Gear," a stunt driver in such...
  • Film review: James Bond is back on track

    Film review: James Bond is back on track
    If the characters in Ian Fleming's novels aged in real time, James Bond would be in his early 90s by now — probably a bit too long in the tooth to take the abuse meted out to him in “Skyfall,” the 23rd “official” Bond film (&...