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"...What's astonishing about Sofia Coppola's enthralling new movie is the precision, maturity and originality with which the confident young writer-director communicates so clearly in a cinematic language all her own..." Entertainment Weekly "...One of the purest and simplest examples ever of a director falling in love with her star's gifts. And never has a director found a figure more deserving of her admiration than Bill Murray..."New York Times "...The joys of Sofia Coppola's LOST IN TRANSLATION come from watching Murray modify his trademark passive-aggressive style into played-straight comic bewilderment....This is a career worth watching and a movie worth watching, too..." USA Today "...The film itself -- tart and sweet, unmistakably funny and exceptionally well observed -- marks the arrival of 32-year-old writer-director Sofia Coppola as a mature talent with a distinctive sensibility and the means to express it..." Los Angeles Times "...Sweet and sad at the same time it is sardonic and funny....Bill Murray has never been better..." Chicago Sun-Times "...Altogether remarkable....LOST IN TRANSLATION is found gold..." Rolling Stone "It's packed with incident....It's all in Murray's face....It's a magnificent performance that doesn't seem like acting at all..." Uncut32.29411

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"[A] nimble, engagingly lightweight drama....It makes for an agreeable solo directing debut."New York Times "[G]enial, generous-spirited and unmistakably entertaining..."Los Angeles Times "[T]his workplace satire gets in some licks along the way. And it gives Dennis Quaid one of his best screen showcases."USA Today "[A] bouncy, optimistic comedy....This winning comedy is about the contrast between the enduringly pleasing, quintessentially baby boomer masculinity of Dennis Quaid and the addictively delightful Gen-X charms of Topher Grace..." Entertainment Weekly "Fresh comic thinking spices up this smart cookie of a satire from director-writer Paul Weitz. He makes it sexually provocative and subversively hilarious." Rolling Stone "[A] smart, charming film that moves confidently between comedy and drama..." Sight and Sound "[A] smart, unpredictable comedy with hidden emotional depths." Movieline's Hollywood Life32.02128

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"[A] nimble, engagingly lightweight drama....It makes for an agreeable solo directing debut."New York Times "[G]enial, generous-spirited and unmistakably entertaining..."Los Angeles Times "[T]his workplace satire gets in some licks along the way. And it gives Dennis Quaid one of his best screen showcases."USA Today "[A] bouncy, optimistic comedy....This winning comedy is about the contrast between the enduringly pleasing, quintessentially baby boomer masculinity of Dennis Quaid and the addictively delightful Gen-X charms of Topher Grace..." Entertainment Weekly "Fresh comic thinking spices up this smart cookie of a satire from director-writer Paul Weitz. He makes it sexually provocative and subversively hilarious." Rolling Stone "[A] smart, charming film that moves confidently between comedy and drama..." Sight and Sound "[A] smart, unpredictable comedy with hidden emotional depths." Movieline's Hollywood Life32.02128

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3 stars out of 5 -- "DAHLIA has an air of nostalgia for epic, bygone-era movie-making....THE BLACK DAHLIA is a pleasure for the all-over dazzle of its star turns."Total Film "[Johansson] takes to the pulpy period atmosphere as if it were oxygen..." Entertainment Weekly 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A] slick, glossy adaptation....Undeniably aesthetically pleasing..." Ultimate DVD32.02128

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3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[Allen] writes and directs with a bristling newfound energy....It's been a long time since a Woody Allen film sparked juicy debate. Savor it." Rolling Stone "[A]n often riveting drama set in London amid the lives of the rich and cultured -- highlighted by an operatic score. And it's proof that Allen, who many have dismissed with his last few forgettable films, is still a filmmaking force."USA Today "It pretty much keeps its pulse steady, its blood cold and its nerves tamped down -- which, combined with cinematographer Remi Adefarasin's architectural Hitchcockian flourishes, lends a queasy, cool air to the proceedings."Los Angeles Times "[Johansson] is the film's most compelling, vivid presence. Like Samantha Morton in SWEET AND LOWDOWN, she makes all of her scenes her own." Sight and Sound Included in Entertainment Weekly's Top Ten Films Of The Year -- "MATCH POINT is a fiendishly clever and sophisticated entertainment driven by lust, murder, and the swinging hinge of fate." Entertainment Weekly "Woody Allen's best in years....Ice cold and pitch black..." New York Times "MATCH POINT, a meditation on crime and luck, has the design -- the formal elegance -- of a thriller, yet it has been made with a sublime eye for why people do what they do that marks it as Allen's finest movie since MANHATTAN." -- Grade: A Entertainment Weekly "It's heart-poundingly tense, genuinely erotic and philosophically brutal in its closing pronouncement..."Uncut "[A]n unexpectedly gripping adultery thrillerthat boasts last year's most electric sparks between costars..." Movieline's Hollywood Life 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here's a refreshing vigour and willingness to experiment here we haven't seen since HUSBANDS AND WIVES." Total Film 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Jonathan Rhys Meyers is sensational....It serves its dish of bitter nihilism with a lovely touch of European elan." Premiere24.28879

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"[T]he movie's combination of earnestness and cheek is likely to appeal to young people."New York Times "[D]irector Brian Robbins plays a zippy 90-minute running time almost strictly for comedy."USA Today0.3273947

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"Ian McShane has a delicious cameo....[The] comedy has enough sly touches to keep us entertained." Movieline's Hollywood Life "[O]ddly appealing....[With] a pleasantly carefree vibe..." Ultimate DVD 3 stars out of 4 -- "Scarlett Jo, a potent combo of zaftig and zany, and Jackman, oozing killer charm, handle the sexual high jinks in style." Rolling Stone "Allen's departure from America has clearly encouraged a new interest in issues of class and privilege....SCOOP is essentially MATCH POINT reconfigured as a comedy..."Sight and Sound0.2728289

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"...A fully realized, cohesive, and -- the real surprise -- completely 'serious' homage to the Hollywood genre, perhaps the best neo-noir since THE TWO JAKES..." Film Comment "...One of [the Coen brothers's] most haunting and rewarding works..."Movieline's Hollywood Life "...It's shot in clean, crisp black and white, it's elegant compositions masterfully framed and lit....The Coens are masters of the offbeat and bizarre..." Sight and Sound "...It's probable that most filmmakers love making movies, but few of them express this love with such voracious, crazy ardor....THE MAN WHO WASN'T THERE moves with the stately grace of the Beethoven that decorates the soundtrack..." New York Times "...The remarkable Thornton never hits a false note..."USA Today "...Succulently retro, vintage-Hollywood-goes-bizarro film noir..." Entertainment Weekly "...So assured and perceptive in it's style, it's like a voluptuous feast..." Chicago Sun-Times0.2728289

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