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It’s hard not to think of the Watergate classic All The President’s Men when watching Spotlight
Bridge of Spies is a Cold War spy thriller elegantly directed by Steven Spielberg
There is Oscar buzz because of Johnny Depp's astonishing portrayal of notorious Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger in Black Mass
Infinitely Polar Bear refreshing portrayal of mental illness
Amy does a great job of showing the emergence of Amy Winehouse’s extraordinary talent
Some critics have suggested that Inside is like a pint-size version of the sci-fi mind-bender Inception
Visually inspired by the various futuristic Disneyland park rides of the same name, glossy Tomorrowland is decidedly Spielbergian
Visually rich and emotionally powerful, the award winning Salt of the Earth.
’71 is a gritty and adrenaline-soaked drama about a young British soldier, just out of boot camp in 1971
The sharply written Dear White People is a Sundance award winner
Monday film critic Robert Moyes asks: have you seen this year's best films?
Whiplash benefits from powerful performances: Simmons is a totally convincing bully, while Teller is touchingly vulnerable
A Thousand Times Good Night opens with a harrowing sequence as a group of women attend a burial in the desert outside of Kabul.
Monday film critic Robert Moyes previews Taking My Parents to Burning Man and Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia
Film critic Robert Moyes is excited about the re-release of Stop Making Sense, Jonathan Demme's The Talking Heads concert film
Reviewer Robert Moyes is pulled into the inventive animation of How to Train Your Dragon 2
Tropical musical Rio 2 offers eco-theme with style; Spider-Man 2 and Alan Arkin/Jon Hamm dramedy Million Dollar Arm soon to come
Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Adam, a morose history professor who is watching a DVD one night and spots an actor who could be his twin.
Pompeii and 3 Days to Kill open; Movie Monday screens Here One Day, a doc that delves into the depths of bipolar disorder
The remake, helmed by Brazilian action stylist Jose Padilha (Elite Squad), takes advantage of the advances in special effects