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Tell No One (movie)

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  • Little White Lies

    Little White Lies
    Movies like this are so hard to recommend. It’s very flawed. It’s about an hour longer than it needed to be (it’s two hours and 30 minutes). The characters are needy and the more you get to know them, the less you like them. A guy...
  • 'Dragon Tattoo': Why do so many foreign remakes struggle?

     
    "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," starring Daniel Craig, did only mediocre business on its opening weekend....
  • Marion Cotillard is pregnant! But what about Robert Pattinson?

     
    Marion Cotillard is pregnant with her first baby by director boyfriend Guillaime Canet. Marion Cotillard is set to play opposite Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson in the movie "Cosmopolis."...
  • DVD review: Banking on 'Mesrine: Killer Instinct'

     
    Jean-Francois Richet, director of the surprisingly good 2005 remake of “Assault on Precinct 13,” returned to France to film the story of Jacques Mesrine, France's most notorious bank robber/prison escape artist in the '60s and '70s. The...
  • Film distribution pays off for Music Box

     
    Music Box Films is becoming a major player in the entertainment industry, thanks to its success distributing "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" and its sequels....
  • Movie Review: Point Blank

     
    The French thriller “Point Blank” clocks in at just 84 minutes. And a leaner and meaner 84 minutes you are not likely to catch on a screen this year. Fred Cavaye's film is a ticking clock tale with all the urgency a story about a man trying to...
  • 'Intouchables': Clash of cultures makes for feel-good film ✭✭ 1/2

    'Intouchables': Clash of cultures makes for feel-good film ✭✭ 1/2
    The midnight car chase that opens the odd-couple buddy picture "The Intouchables" is fresh and unpredictable — qualities that the movie, unfortunately, never quite achieves again, although it isn't without its charms. A smart hook, that introductory...
  • A moment with Kristin Scott Thomas

    A moment with Kristin Scott Thomas
    Actors whose characters battle demons -- think Russell Crowe in "A Beautiful Mind" or Marion Cotillard in "La Vie en Rose" -- get to thrash around. Performers who are playing the larger-than-life -- picture Daniel Day-Lewis in " There Will Be Blood" or...
  • 'Must sees' for 2010: Andy Klein's flick pix

     
    What our resident Brand X film guru, Andy Klein, is looking forward to 2010: "Shutter Island" Another thriller from Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio. I'm there. (Feb. 19) "Alice in Wonderland" Tim Burton and Lewis Carroll -- such an obvious pairing...
  • 'Tell No One' a telling success story

    'Tell No One' a telling success story
    Spurred by passionate reviews and fantastic word of mouth, this summer hit has been selling out theaters, sparking intense moviegoer chatter and keeping its distribution team working all hours to meet the demand. It's an apt description of "The Dark...
  • Movie review: A Girl Cut in Two -- 3 out of 5 stars

    Gorgeous French women litter the landscape of Claude Chabrol's subtle, sinister and utterly implausible A Girl Cut in Two. They're trophy wives who tolerate their womanizing husbands' affairs, society heiresses, hookers, TV talkers and ex-models who are...