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Persistence.By Devon Ivie
Persistence.By Devon Ivie
Written and directed by Ex Machina’s Alex Garland.By Hunter Harris
Actor Keir Gilchrist will play Sam.By Jordan Crucchiola
She penned Pollock, Georgia, and Petulia.By Sean Fitz-Gerald
She was "quite in love" with the guitar and is "heartbroken" over its demise.By Greg Cwik
"That’s a physical relationship. It’s the Honeymooners on steroids."By Kevin Lincoln
“I have never in my life seen so many grown men weep as on the day they were wrapped.”By Kevin Lincoln
Cue the smoky jazz music.By Devon Ivie
Some cows are going to get punched.By Nate Jones
She'll play Daisy Domergue, a.k.a. "The Prisoner."By Anna Silman
For Open, the sexy sex show.By Zach Dionne
As Emily/Amanda's mother.By Margaret Lyons
No Phoebe Cates or Jennifer Jason Leigh, though.By Margaret Lyons
Like its principal characters played by Ben Stiller, Edie Falco, and Jennifer Jason Leigh, this John Guare revival feels, for all its determination, caged in its own dreamworld.By Scott Brown
It's a wrap after five years of marriage.By Kyle Buchanan
Where does 'Burn After Reading' fall on the register of the Coens' comedies of buffoonery?By Dan Kois
Plus ... Pirahna in 3-D! Oh, and the Police.
Who saw their gold-plated dream crumble into dust this morning in the hands of Hayden Panetierre?
We'll review Margot at the Wedding later. For now, let's just note that there's one line that will bring down the house at the Sunshine Cinemas.
Like a blizzard in June, this unseasonable trailer stars no aliens, zombies, or superheroes. Instead, it announces upcoming Baumbach's fall-film-fest-friendly feature, Margot at the Wedding. (See ya at the NY Film Fest!). And, yes, he's back to strained family dynamics: two sisters (Nicole Kidman and Baumbach's partner Jennifer Jason Leigh), one lovable-loser fiancé (Jack Black), and one floppy-haired son who has a Graduate-esque moment at the bottom of a pool.
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