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ReutersMay 26 (TheWrap.com) - Abdellatif Kechiche's teen-lesbian coming-of-age story "Blue Is the Warmest Color" has won the 2013 Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, a jury headed by Steven Spielberg announced on Sunday. Based on the graphic novel "Le...
Film Independent at LACMA is holding a 1980s costume contest after the 30th anniversary screening of Martha Coolidge's endearing comedy "Valley Girl" on Thursday evening at the Leo S. Bing Theater. The romantic comedy was inspired by Frank Zappa and his...
ReutersMay 27 (TheWrap.com) - The 2013 Cannes Film Festival began with high hopes for a strong and deep lineup of films, struggled through days in which even the best films were in danger of being washed away by the storms, and then ended when a jury led by...
A movie on which to float, rather than park your easily expressed opinions, "Upstream Color" is a river conveying a kind of love story involving two lost souls. Comparisons to Terrence Malick and "The Tree of Life," among other Malicks, have abounded ever...
"Do you love her?" Wistful and hoping for a yes, the rough-hewn Arkansas boy who asks that question can't quite hold the gaze of the stranger, but his voice is insistent. The question comes early in "Mud" and will haunt the 14-year-old and the movie...
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In "Mud," an evocative highlight of the American movie year so far, Matthew McConaughey slips easily into the role of a haunted, lovelorn killer on the lam, hiding out on an island in the Mississippi River along the Arkansas Delta region. Two...
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In the spirit of a Terrence Malick screenplay, certain rhetorical questions to be spoken in hushed voice-over present themselves regarding Malick's latest, "To the Wonder." Can we ever see enough sunsets as filmed by Malick and his mighty...
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To the Wonder Available on VOD beginning April 12 Early buzz on Terence Malick's film pegged it as a muddled rehash of the director's crazily ambitious "The Tree of Life," but that's not entirely accurate. Some of Malick's trademarks have become...
"I am 10 years older than I was a year ago." We believe that's a line Abraham Lincoln said to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at the end of "Lincoln." Or it could be something "Lincoln" lead Daniel Day-Lewis wearily muttered during one of the endless Q&As he's done...
It seems fitting, if sad, that Ed Koch should pass away on the same day that "Koch," a documentary about his life, opened in Manhattan. Though the three-term mayor of New York City, who died early Friday of congestive heart failure, is best known for...
Director Terrence Malick's new film, coming on the heels of "The Tree of Life," may not be anyone's idea of a light romp at the movies, but based on the just-released trailer, it sure looks good. The film, which had its North American debut last fall at...
Oscar nominations will be announced in eight days, and, at this point, we've put only five movies in our circle of trust for the best picture race -- "Lincoln," "Argo," "Silver Linings Playbook," "Zero Dark Thirty" and "Les Miserables." Outside that...
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