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Actress Jenna Fischer didn't show up in person at the San Diego Film Festival, but her new movie, A Little Help, was funny and touching. SanDiego.com had the...
The new film Morning is a pas-de-deux of grief, tracking the intense misery of a husband and wife whose child accidentally dies. It was a heavy opening presentation...
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - Updated Details of Valve's Next FPS Video Gam
The Valve Software legacy video game series Counter-Strike, is pushing forward with their long-awaited genre resurrection, titled Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), due
As one of the premiere Formula One racecar drivers in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Senna took plenty of risks both on and off the track, becoming a controversial figure in
MOVIE REVIEW: Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
Despite countless signs of imminent danger, the moronic adult characters in Troy Nixey's remake of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark never heed this classic Horror film wa
Disease, information, and trauma spread seamlessly in Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion, evoking a very nightmarish Internet-age disaster scenario that purposefully withholds all
MOVIE REVIEW: Brighton Rock
Rowan Joffe’s overstuffed gangster film Brighton Rock is the most frustrating kind of debut: obvious, self-indulgent, and presumptive.
MOVIE REVIEW: Mysteries of Lisbon
Raúl Ruiz’s Mysteries of Lisbon, unequivocally the most important film of 2011, begins with a public rumor and ends with a personal memory.
10th Annual San Diego Film Festival
The 2011 San Diego Film Festival begins on Wednesday, September 28 and runs through Sunday, October 2 at the Reading Gaslamp Theater in the heart of downtown.
The magic of America’s pastime becomes almost completely internalized in Bennett Miller’s Moneyball, expressed only through short bursts of celebration and fulfillment by thos
2011 Fall Movie Preview
The summer doldrums have passed and the glorious Southern California weather is growing slightly cooler, meaning another exciting fall movie season is upon us.
MOVIE REVIEW: The Ides of March
The opening sequence of George Clooney’s effective potboiler The Ides of March, itself a tactile example of retrained genre filmmaking, wonderfully conveys the deceptive natur
Like many big-budget machines posing as cinema, Real Steel is a litmus test in film spectatorship.
As far as Hollywood prequels go, Matthijis van Heijningen Jr.’s update of The Thing isn’t a complete disaster, which is saying a lot considering the serpentine history of its
MOVIE REVIEW: Take Shelter
With only two feature films under his belt, American director Jeff Nichols has already proven himself a brilliant chronicler of blue-collar malaise.


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