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The Master (movie)

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  • 'The Loft' seems loftier, as a thriller, than it actually is

    "The Loft" is a stylish whodunit that struggles to stitch the label "Hitchcockian" right on the inner pocket, where it would be on a man's sports coat. But a quick glance down at that label, underneath the pulsating violins, the supposedly twisty plot and the convenient apartment full of suspects, reveals it's just a cheap knock-off, probably misspelled to boot "Hitchcopying."
  • Reel Critics: 'Selma' is a superb depiction of history

    Modern cinema is full of fictional comic book heroes fighting fictional villains. They survive wild exploits, but their phony lives are never really in jeopardy. In contrast, "Selma" recreates a tumultuous time in American history when true heroes rose up...

    Golden Globes 2015: Amy Adams wins lead actress comedy for 'Big Eyes'

    For the second year in a row, Amy Adams won the Golden Globe for lead actress in a motion picture, comedy or musical. Adams won for her turn as artist Margaret Keane in the Tim Burton film "Big Eyes.” The story follows Keane and her husband,...

    Joaquin Phoenix in the zone

    "Inherent Vice" is an unconventional detective comedy-drama set in trippy 1970 Los Angeles. The first film adaptation of a Thomas Pynchon novel, it shows U.S. society as psychedelic disarray, everyone struggling to get, and keep, their unstable feet on...

    Joaquin Phoenix rises to occasion in 'Inherent Vice'

    LOS ANGELES Joaquin Phoenix calls himself "selfish." He's talking about the thought process he uses when it comes to selecting scripts. With "Her" he challenged the modern concepts of relationships, while in "The Master" he pushed for more discussion...