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Admission: Princeton Is Setting for Film About the College Admissions Process

Portia Nathan (Tina Fey) has worked for 16 years in the admissions office at Princeton, the university regularly rated by experts as among the best in the country. Because of…

The Croods: Cavemen Summon Up Courage to Explore in Animated Adventure

Are you better off than you were four million years ago? That’s the evolutionary question playfully posed by The Croods, a visually captivating action cartoon about a family of cave…

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone: Carrey and Carell Reunite to Make Movie Magic

Back in 2003, Jim Carrey was upstaged as the title character of Bruce Almighty by scene-stealing Steve Carell who was the TV newscaster Evan Baxter. Consequently, Carrey wasn’t even around…

Rust and Bone: Bouncer Falls for Disabled Beauty in Romantic Love Story

Alain (Matthias Schoenaerts) is a homeless street hustler barely eking out a living in his native Belgium when he is unexpectedly given custody of his 5-year-old son Sam (Armand Verdure).…

Jack the Giant Slayer: Farm Boy Rises to the Occasion in Adaptation of Fairy Tale

When Jack (Nicholas Hoult) was a little boy, his imagination was inspired by a bedtime story about a mythical war that was waged ages ago against a fearsome race of…

Beautiful Creatures: Trans-species Love Blossoms Supernatural Romantic Fantasy

Ethan (Alden Ehrenreich) has lived only in Gatlin, South Carolina, a tiny town whose residents still deny that the South lost the Civil War. The community is so backwards that…

Amour: Undying Love Explored in Haneke’s Poignant Film

Retired music teachers Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and Anne (Emmanuelle Riva) have been married for over 60 years. But the frail octogenarians’ love for each other remains as strong as it…

Team of Cop and Hit Man Are on a Rampage of Revenge

Sylvester Stallone is the only movie star who has been number one at the box-office in five straight decades, a record stretching from Rocky in the 70s through last summer’s…

Love and Opera Are in the Air in Delightful Romantic Comedy

Sometimes a gem of a movie falls through the cracks that really has no business getting lost. Such is the case with Quartet, a delightful film directed by Dustin Hoffman…

Riveting Movie Describes International Manhunt for Bin Laden

  After 9/11, the United States intensified its efforts in the international manhunt for Osama bin Laden (Ricky Sekhon). Nevertheless, the elusive mastermind of the terrorist attack continued to orchestrate…