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 Review :: Rough Night

Review :: Rough Night

By Derek Deskins | Sep 15
Despite a fantastic cast, "Rough Night" never quite finds its groove and ultimately isn't able to deliver on its potential.

 Review :: American Assassin

Review :: American Assassin

By Charles Nash | Sep 15
Dylan O'Brien stars in Michael Cuesta's sadistically violent knockoff of various spy thrillers.

 Review :: Citizen Jane: Battle For The City

Review :: Citizen Jane: Battle For The City

By Chris Delatorre | Sep 15
Matt Tyrnauer's retelling of America's most contentious dispute in urban planning offers a timely lesson on how people and cities work. Having a plan for a city isn't enough, especially when it fails the people who live there.

 Review :: Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards

Review :: Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 15
An affectionate tribute to the legendary shoe designer Manolo Blahnik, whose exquisite footwear were adored by "Sex & The City"'s Carrie Bradshaw.

'A Fantastic Woman' Could Lead to Trans History at Oscars

'A Fantastic Woman' Could Lead to Trans History at Oscars

By Jake Coyle | Sep 14
A transgender Chilean actress has turned in one of the most buzzed-about performances of the year and some are hoping she could be the first trans actor to land an Oscar nomination.

 Review :: mother!

Review :: mother!

By Robert Nesti | Sep 14
After seeing "mother!," is there any way I can get those two hours back?

 Review :: Born in China

Review :: Born in China

By Michael Cox | Sep 14
One of the best reasons to own Disneynature's "Born in China" - a heartwarming and visually spectacular journey for the whole family - on Blu-ray is the behind-the-scenes special features.

Lawrence: 'Mother!' Not For Those With 'Weak Hearts'

Lawrence: 'Mother!' Not For Those With 'Weak Hearts'

Sep 14
At the New York premiere of director Darren Aronofsky's "mother!," star Jennifer Lawrence talks about the movie's "compelling narrative" but admits it's not for the faint-hearted.

Q&A: Del Toro on New Film and Love of Monsters

Q&A: Del Toro on New Film and Love of Monsters

By Jake Coyle | Sep 14
If the Toronto International Film Festival has proven one thing, it's that Guillermo del Toro can work a room.

Angelina Jolie on Her Cambodian Epic and the Power of Family

Angelina Jolie on Her Cambodian Epic and the Power of Family

By Jake Coyle | Sep 14
Angelina Jolie arrives for an interview with the familiar harried air of a parent who has just barely managed to withdraw from her children, all six of whom she's left having breakfast upstairs in their Toronto hotel suite.

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