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Darker and deeper and worth repeated viewings. »»

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As a counterpoint to Scott Sawitz's Monday Morning Critic column I present to you my predictions for this year's Oscars. »»

The Master - Review

Hoffman and Phoenix set a new standard for amazing performances. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: The Master [Video]

Salim, Rachel and Greg review the newest period piece drama from Director Paul Thomas Anderson. Starring Salim Lemelle, Rachel Appelbaum and Greg Karber. Directed by Sean Wright. Edited by Jeff Rogers. Produced by David Freedman(@ShowRunnerDave), Coo »»

The Master - Review

A challenging film that must be seen - especially in 70mm »»

New Trailer For The Master Has Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman Hopelessly Inquisitive

Latest teaser includes stilted dialogue as P.T. Anderson pulls back a few more layers of The Master. Trailer after the break. »»

Joaquin Phoenix Stars In The Master Trailer

The first teaser trailer for The Master has been released. You can watch it below. Plot Summary: A charismatic intellectual (Philip Seymour Hoffman) launches a religious organization following World War II. A drifter (Joaquin Phoenix) becomes hi »»

The Ides of March - Review

Politics as a scummy end-game »»

Moneyball - Review (2)

Brad Pitt is money but will audiences play ball? »»

Looking For Integrity In Politics, Watch The Ides of March Trailer

What will likely be an early contender for Oscar consideration comes the first trailer to George Clooney's The Ides of March. »»

Jack Goes Boating - Review

No matter how gripping or relevant Jack Goes Boating is it will certainly cut too close to the bone for most of mainstream America. »»

Inside Pulse Box Office Report: The Town and Easy A Battle for First Place

Ben Affleck proves that Gone Baby Gone was no fluke. And a star has arrived in Emma Stone. »»

George Clooney Announces Cast for Next Directorial Effort

George Clooney's third stint as a director to include a few Oscar winners, another nominee and a few rising stars. »»

Monday Morning Critic - The Purse Switch Gag, Masterpieces remaining of 2010 and Dog Bite Dog

Recalling a gag successfully pulled off, looking at the only films that look like they could be brilliant for the rest of the year and a DVD review of Dog Bite Dog »»

Monday Morning Critic - 3.8.2010 - On tap this week: Final thoughts on Tiger Woods, the wit and wisdom of P.S Hoffman, darkly dreaming Dexter and slightly much more!

On tap this week: Final thoughts on Tiger Woods, the wit and wisdom of P.S Hoffman, darkly dreaming Dexter and slightly much more! »»

Robert Saucedo's Best of the Aughts

Robert Saucedo's favorite films of the last decade. »»

Pirate Radio - Review

An anchored comedy with a killer soundtrack »»

Doubt - Blu-ray Review

There is so much that can be said for both the good and bad faces of the Catholic Church that, depending on how the film is presented, you're either looking at a good intense drama or a documentary. Doubt is one of those films that decided to take all the risks and succeeded greatly in not only giving an entertaining film, but also one that is enlightening. »»

Miramax announces an April release for Doubt

Coming up short at this year's Oscars - going 0 for 5 - Doubt nonetheless is still held in high regard. While it may have not had a huge theatrical release or box-office earnings, those that missed it won't have to wait very long. Miramax will bring the John Patrick Shanley drama to DVD and Blu-ray on April 7, 2009. »»

Doubt - Review

Strong performances dominate this Tony Award-winning adaptation »»

First Look at The Boat That Rocked

Coming next spring from Universal is an ensemble comedy from Richard Curtis, the man who gave us Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill and Love Actually. His latest is about a band of radio pirates during the 1960s who played the music that defined a generation and was a thorn in the side of government bureaucracy. »»

Synecdoche, New York - Review

Weirdness for no other reason »»

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