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Winter's Bone (movie)

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  • Review: Emotional 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' is extraordinary

    The Bathtub is a place of myths and wonders, a broken down teardrop of Louisiana marsh and mud in"Beasts of the Southern Wild"and the setting for an extraordinary new drama whose fierceness, like its 6-year-old heroine Hushpuppy, grabs on and won't let...
  • Chicago International Film Festival's first slate announced

    Chicago International Film Festival's first slate announced
    Broadly speaking, a film festival's programmers can handle news of a new lineup one of two ways: all at once, or nearly; or the drib-drab approach. The Chicago International Film Festival goes for the dribs and drabs. The 48th edition of founder and...
  • Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Lawrence tie for No. 1 on soft weekend

    Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Lawrence tie for No. 1 on soft weekend
    Despite the arrival of four new films in theaters this weekend, moviegoers weren't interested in heading to the box office. For the fourth consecutive weekend, ticket sales were down compared with the same period in 2011, as none of the fresh arrivals at...
  • 'The Sessions' tells tale of the virgin's diary ★★★ 1/2

    'The Sessions' tells tale of the virgin's diary ★★★ 1/2
    In 1990 the writer Mark O'Brien contributed an article for the literary magazine The Sun called "On Seeing a Sex Surrogate." A survivor of childhood polio, the substantially disabled O'Brien spent much of his sleeping and waking hours confined to an...
  • 'The Hunger Games' adaptation hits the target ✭✭✭

    'The Hunger Games' adaptation hits the target ✭✭✭
    The hypocrisy at the heart of "The Hunger Games" is irresistible. Novelist Suzanne Collins, whose trilogy has been decreed "awesome" by, among others, my 5th grade son, indicts violence and organized brutality as tools of mass-audience manipulation. Yet...
  • 'The Hunger Games' review: Hype, consider yourself mostly justified

    'The Hunger Games' review: Hype, consider yourself mostly justified
    I read Suzanne Collins' addictive, massively popular novel "The Hunger Games" so compulsively that the pages feared my fingers. Any filmmaker would be challenged to similarly create scene after scene that sparks craving for the next. In other words,...
  • Review: 'The Hunger Games' a winning story of sacrifice and survival

    Review: 'The Hunger Games' a winning story of sacrifice and survival
    When you're talking about "The Hunger Games," it all comes down to Katniss. Like other strong-minded women who have driven book sales into the stratosphere — think Lisbeth Salander of the "Dragon Tattoo" triology and even Bella Swan of the...
  • March 21: The Cult of Katniss

    Jennifer Lawrence is relishing her last few weeks of anonymity. The 21-year-old actress understands that her starring turn in"The Hunger Games" is about to change her life. Opening Friday, the highly anticipated film, faithfully adapted from Suzanne...
  • Film review: Reality TV plot of 'Hunger Games' is far from new

    Film review: Reality TV plot of 'Hunger Games' is far from new
    Every dollar Disney won't get at the box office for the $250-million “John Carter” will probably end up in the pockets of Lionsgate and the other entities behind “The Hunger Games” (which allegedly cost less than half as much). The...
  • Reel Critics: 'Hunger Games' satisfies

    Reel Critics: 'Hunger Games' satisfies
    OK, I didn't read the books, but let me just say, as pure movie entertainment,"The Hunger Games"is a "wow." This dystopian drama portrays a society where 24 children between the ages of 12-18 are randomly selected for an annual survivor/gladiator-style...
  • Ellie Goulding: No more clarinet, but maybe some karaoke

    Ellie Goulding: No more clarinet, but maybe some karaoke
    Ellie Goulding still thinks of herself as a singer-songwriter, even if the success of her pulsing dance singles "Lights" and "Anything Could Happen" has made it so nobody else does. Now something of a real pop star--after a record 33 weeks on the chart,...