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Set in Italy's Eternal City, Woody Allen's recent effort harkens back to the artistic risk-taking he took earlier in his career, lending more creativity and dynamism to 'To Rome With Love.'
The HBO film 'The Girl' shows the Master of Suspense as a sadist, rapist. But are its merits as a film on par with any of Hitchcock's work?
Anthony Hopkins' film portrayal of Hitchcock falls flat, though Helen Mirren nails his wife. Also--to what extent do an artist's personal failings make us want to push them away, and will we lose out on great art?
Margaret Thatcher's passing this week calls to mind the excellent 2011 biopic, in which Meryl Streep did possibly her best work ever.
Broadway and Hollywood don't always synch well, but a Broadway adaptation of the play 'The Heiress,' rivals the Oscar-winning Hollywood version.
'North by Northwest' gets the classical treatment with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Argo shines as a thriller, but also as a good historical drama
Robot and Frank is a charming, unusual comedy, a la Lars And the Real Girl.
The Oscar-nominated documentary 'The Invisible War' charts the staggering, traumatic problem of rape, mostly of women, in the U.S. military.
'Searching for Sugar Man' explores the life and work of Sixto Rodriguez. It's nominated for a Best Documentary Oscar.
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