‘Wildlife’ Review: Paul Dano’s First Directorial Effort Yields Promising Results (NYFF)

‘Wildlife’ Review: Paul Dano’s First Directorial Effort

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The Gift review: a commendable if uneven study of grief

The film does have its interesting moments. Sean’s encounter with a mysterious bearded man in a field allows Grace an opportunity to confirm his gift for storytelling.

GODZILLA review – HeadStuff

Godzilla is the latest instalment of a franchise which has been ongoing for sixty years, starring everyone’s favourite radioactive, giant, oceanic reptile. The film is directed by Gareth Edwards, and the billing includes Brian Cranston, Aaron Tyler-Johnson, Ken Watanabe and Elizabeth Olsen.

Wrong Place, Wrong Time | Die Hard 4.0 Turns 10 – HeadStuff

Live Free or Die Hard, along with the first Red and Looper – is perhaps the last film where Willis really made an effort. I hope the actor re-finds his raison d’etre before starring in M. Night Shymalan’s Unbreakable/Split crossover or Eli Roth’s remake of Death Wish – two promising projects.

The Weinstein Company Pick Up Dustin Hoffman’s Directorial

Last, Tribeca Film has acquired the Paul Dano-starring “For Ellen,” which we saw at Sundance and called “a grinding and exhausting experience,” will make it’s way to select theaters

Maggie Gyllenhaal Teeters on the Edge as ‘The Kindergarten

«The Kindergarten Teacher» stars Maggie Gyllenhaal as a teacher who discovers that one of her five-year-old charges is a budding, genius poet

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