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Cinema Review :: Paulo Coelho's Best Story

By Monique Rubens Krohn | Jul 31
A biopic of the strange life of the famous Brazilian author and songwriter Paulo Coehlo whose book "The Alchemist" has consistently remained an international bestseller.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Best of Everything

By Jake Mulligan | Jul 31
The film follows its three heroines -- new girl Caroline Bender (Hope Lang), part-time actress Gregg Adams (Suzy Parker), and the inexperienced April Morrison (Diane Baker) -- through engagements, affairs, and breakups.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The World of Henry Orient

By Jake Mulligan | Jul 31
As light as a feather and as frothy as a soft drink, the direction imbues each image with the girl's own youthful vigor.

Cinema Review :: A Lego Brickumentary

By Jake Mulligan | Jul 31
The lightweight, local news feature-style approach isn't necessarily bad. But there isn't anything good about it.

Cinema Review :: I Am Chris Farley

By Louise Adams | Jul 31
"The iceberg that is Chris Farley" is plumbed in this bittersweet and engaging documentary about the 33-year-old who overdosed in 1997, airing August 10 on Spike TV.

Cinema Review :: The End of the Tour

By Jake Mulligan | Jul 31
The film has great sympathy for those who make a living by reducing entire existences into witty turns of phrase.

Cinema Review :: The Best of Enemies

By Robert Nesti | Jul 31
The complicated relationship between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley, Jr. is explored in the terrific documentary "The Best of Enemies."

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Water Diviner

By JC Alvarez | Jul 29
The directorial debut of one of Hollywood's biggest stars, Russell Crowe's "The Water Diviner" goes for deep emotion, but lacks the depth that would place in on a par with similarly styled war epics it is trying to emulate. Shallow at times.

Cinema Review :: Vacation

By Robert Nesti | Jul 29
Even at a 100-minutes, this is a road trip well worth avoiding.

Cinema Review :: Listen To Me Marlon

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 29
Director Stevan Riley has fashioned a deeply personal, often-painful, unapologetically honest account of the life of Marlon Brando that attempts to search for the essence of the man and the artist.

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