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"[W]hen THE SECRET LIFE OF WORDS returns to Hanna and Josef and their struggle to connect and to heal, it glows with dignity."New York Times "Sarah Polley delivers a halting, evocative 10-minute monologue....Polley is mesmerizing as she raises the movie's stakes..." -- Grade: B-Entertainment Weekly "[Featuring] unconventional scenarios laced with gentle metaphors and earnest, heartbreaking performances."Box Office43.35013

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"...The hypnotic narrative of staunch words, written by Lester Koenig, verges on poetry. It is spare, muscular and stirring....It rivets our attention..." Los Angeles Times0.2777109

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"What is most intriguing in the film are the words, indeed the presence, of Barnes himself."Box Office "This documentary catches up with Barnes....It's a fascinating story..."Ultimate DVD0.2429971

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"TRUMBO is an unconventional film about an unconventional man. Part documentary, part expertly staged readings, it focuses on the unquiet life and unforgettable words of screenwriter Dalton Trumbo."Los Angeles Times "Peter Askin's stirring documentary TRUMBO gives you reasons to cheer but also to weep. It makes you lament the decline of the kind of language brandished with Shakespearean eloquence by Dalton Trumbo, the blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter, in his witty, impassioned letters excerpted in the movie."New York Times "Trumbo was sent to jail and blacklisted, yet the man captured by Peter Askin's penetrating documentary was such a hard-shelled and imperiously eloquent SOB that he never saw himself as a victim." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly0.2187542

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"The words belong to Mr. Shakespeare. All else is the pleasurably fevered invention of brash Australian director Geoffrey Wright..." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "While Mr. Wright's movie goes to great, often inventive lengths to tell the tale visually, it dutifully preserves great swaths of the playwright's verse..."New York Times0.2082832

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"...At every phase...[New Order has] been groundbreaking." -- Rating: B+ Entertainment Weekly 4 stars out of 5 -- "Philippe Decouffle's video for 'True Faith' is the visual highpoint, but 'Bizarre Love Triangle', 'Blue Monday '88', 'Run', and 'World' all portray a perfect match between words and music." Mojo0.1735693

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"...A fine place to watch [Pfeiffer] insinuate herself....[She] make[s] it her own..." -- Rating: B Entertainment Weekly "...It's a movie -- among precious few these days -- where the drama and tension are concentrated in the dialogues, the words and spaces between them....An elegant movie..." Los Angeles Times "...Russell and Pfeiffer are particularly good..." USA Today0.1735693

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"[With] strong, emotionally grounded performances....It radiates nobility of spirit."New York Times "Working hard on both sides of the camera, Washington has grafted his intensity onto this production....The essential story of the film is both remarkable and true."Los Angeles Times "THE GREAT DEBATERS soars with words and feeling..." -- Grade: BEntertainment Weekly0.1735693

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"[With] strong, emotionally grounded performances....It radiates nobility of spirit."New York Times "Working hard on both sides of the camera, Washington has grafted his intensity onto this production....The essential story of the film is both remarkable and true."Los Angeles Times "THE GREAT DEBATERS soars with words and feeling..." -- Grade: BEntertainment Weekly0.1735693

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"[With] strong, emotionally grounded performances....It radiates nobility of spirit."New York Times "Working hard on both sides of the camera, Washington has grafted his intensity onto this production....The essential story of the film is both remarkable and true."Los Angeles Times "THE GREAT DEBATERS soars with words and feeling..." -- Grade: BEntertainment Weekly0.1735693

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"The result is like a precious art object -- crafted by a painter -- that through emotional wealth and visual invention amplifies the poignancy found on the page."Film Comment "[Schnabel] possesses an imaginative eye that avoids the obvious and mawkish."Box Office "[Mr. Schnabel] demonstrates his own imaginative freedom in every frame and sequence, dispensing with narrative and expository conventions in favor of a wild, intuitive honesty."New York Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "[S]urrealistic and inventive. The film version of the best-selling memoir THE DIVING BELL AND THE BUTTERFLY is visually arresting and a tribute to the power of imagination..."USA Today 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[Schnabel's] best film yet, a high-wire act of visual daring and unquenchable spirit."Rolling Stone "[The director] has scattered, layered, and shuffled images to create a very specific universe as sensual as the subject himself described it in hard-won words." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[The] imaginative and sensitive film, starring France's gifted Mathieu Amalric, is simultaneously uplifting and melancholy, suffused with an unexpected sense of possibility as much as the inevitable sense of loss."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he visual style itself becomes the key element that allows us to understand and admire the way that Bauby's mental vivacity overcomes his physical limitations."Empire "[A] delicate and finely judged film....Janusz Kaminski's impressionistic cinematography can't help but seem refreshing..."Sight and Sound 5 stars out of 5 -- "Schnabel has transposed the book thoughtfully and successfully....It's an inspiring and profoundly moving experience."Uncut0.1432816

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"[T]his film paints a haunting portrait of existential solitude, one in which the images speak louder and often more forcefully than do any of the words..."New York Times "[An] exquisitely structured, pitiless study of a middle-aged man trapped in a stagnant emotional weather pattern." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[T]he carefully structured film is visually and aurally beautiful..."Box Office 4 stars out of 5 -- "Dialogue is secondary here to the high-def video images and soundtrack, with Ceylan focusing on his characters' faces, gestures and silence."Total Film "[A] surprisingly fond and tender portrait of the breakdown of a relationship and the ensuing sense of desolation."Sight and Sound0.1388555

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"...[Daniel Day-Lewis] is riveting..." Rolling Stone "...Handsome, swashbuckling, peculiarly prescient....[Day-Lewis's] fierce and graceful body language speaks much louder than words..."New York Times "...[Mann's] best movie....A pleasant reminder that you don't need coherence when you've got iconic stars like [Day-Lewis and Stowe]..." -- Rating: A- Entertainment Weekly "...Undeniably exciting....Filled from the opening shot with spectacular natural vistas..." Los Angeles Times "...There are just enough historical and political details....Entertaining..." Chicago Sun-Times "...One of the decade's best action extravaganzas..."USA Today0.1388555

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"...[Daniel Day-Lewis] is riveting..." Rolling Stone "...Handsome, swashbuckling, peculiarly prescient....[Day-Lewis's] fierce and graceful body language speaks much louder than words..."New York Times "...[Mann's] best movie....A pleasant reminder that you don't need coherence when you've got iconic stars like [Day-Lewis and Stowe]..." -- Rating: A- Entertainment Weekly "...Undeniably exciting....Filled from the opening shot with spectacular natural vistas..." Los Angeles Times "...There are just enough historical and political details....Entertaining..." Chicago Sun-Times "...One of the decade's best action extravaganzas..."USA Today0.1388555

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"...Levitch makes the city sing..." Rolling Stone "...[An] inspired, inspiring documentary....A deep and compassionate portrait of one man hopscotching a fine line..." -- Rating: A Entertainment Weekly "...Compelling....Filmed in high-contrast black and white that makes the city look harshly magnificent, at once irresistible and forbidding..."New York Times "...Compelling, funny and powerful....The film delivers on the humor and particular (i.e. peculiar) energy of Levitch..."Box Office "...Levitch's words can soar and his spirit takes flight....THE CRUISE validates beautifully a life that is its own validation..." Los Angeles Times0.1388555

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"[The film] offers an incontrovertible argument for the necessity of team spirit in the face of catastrophe....All 16 of the survivors, now middle-aged, tell the story in their own words."New York Times "The movie, which combines testimony by those survivors with staged reenactments of their ordeal, is the opposite of sensational." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "[A]n exceptional film, at once disturbing and elevating, deliberate yet powerful. It takes a story we all think we know, one of the 20th century's most familiar tales of resilience and survival, and demonstrates that we haven't really known it at all."Los Angeles Times0.1388555

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3 stars out of 5 -- "Touching in ways words only vaguely reveal, this documentary brings a beautiful lightness onto its four different locations, their music and their people."Box Office "The gentle, upbeat documentary THROW DOWN YOUR HEART chronicles the African pilgrimage of the American banjo virtuoso Bela Fleck in search of the origins of his chosen instrument..."New York Times "The saving grace of THROW DOWN YOUR HEART is Fleck himself....The extraordinary performer remains shy, soft-spoken, simpatico and as unpretentious as he is talented."Hollywood Reporter "As stirring as its evocative title, THROW DOWN YOUR HEART follows banjo virtuoso Bla Fleck on a musical journey across Africa that proves a joyous celebration of cross-cultural unity."Los Angeles Times0.1388555

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"[The directors] adeptly move their film into more serious emotions, becoming poignant as characters try to connect with others....The plotlines take some unexpected turns, with even a touch of the surreal in a beautifully shot underwater scene."Box Office "[A]ltogether charming....It explores difficult feelings without descending into easy sentimentality."New York Times "Marvelously inventive, often-ironic Israeli storyteller Etgar Keret and his life- and workmate, Shira Geffen, spin a dreamy, arty, alluringly cockeyed tale..."Entertainment Weekly "Seductive and intoxicating, playfully surreal and inexplicably moving, JELLYFISH is almost impossible to pin down or even categorize. Artistic, daring, surprising, it resists fitting into words at all.'Los Angeles Times0.1388555

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"Krasinski definitely emerges as a talent to watch..."Box Office "Not since IN THE COMPANY OF MEN has the male gender been so ruthlessly portrayed on screen....Ingeniously structured and beautifully acted..."Hollywood Reporter "In his debut as screenwriter and director, John Krasinski shows promise. Adapting the writings of David Foster Wallace, he moves the piece sharply along and finds interesting theatrical presentations for talky, intellectual material."Los Angeles Times "Krasinski preserves Wallace's whooshing roller coasters of words, powered by the fuel of confession." -- Grade: B-Entertainment Weekly0.1388555

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"Krasinski definitely emerges as a talent to watch..."Box Office "Not since IN THE COMPANY OF MEN has the male gender been so ruthlessly portrayed on screen....Ingeniously structured and beautifully acted..."Hollywood Reporter "In his debut as screenwriter and director, John Krasinski shows promise. Adapting the writings of David Foster Wallace, he moves the piece sharply along and finds interesting theatrical presentations for talky, intellectual material."Los Angeles Times "Krasinski preserves Wallace's whooshing roller coasters of words, powered by the fuel of confession." -- Grade: B-Entertainment Weekly0.1388555

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"Barring encores, the show documented is an almost note-exact resurrection of Reed's LP of this name, recorded 35 years ago..."Sight and Sound "Reed stands at the center, taut and impassive, punching out words that are more often spoken than sung."Los Angeles Times "In Julian Schnabel's grimly majestic concert film LOU REED'S BERLIN, Mr. Reed wears the deadpan smirk of a Zen master who has endured unusually punishing Buddhist training."New York Times "Reed and the band get a momentum going in 'Men of Good Fortune' and the great girl-group bop 'Caroline Says I'..."Entertainment Weekly0.1388555

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4 stars out of 5 -- "Rupert Wyatt's feature debut covers surprisingly fresh territory. What impresses immediately is the film's grim, oppressive atmosphere....Gripping..."Empire "THE ESCAPIST shapes a standard prison-break drama into a metaphysical study of freedom and reparation....Structuring the escape and its planning as parallel story lines, the director, Rupert Wyatt, keeps faces close and words to a minimum."New York Times Cox shows a wily, well-tested faith in the power of opaque stillness and taciturn authority to suggest emotional depth. It make for an unexpectedly welcome form of dramatic escape...Los Angeles Times0.1388555

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