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Review :: The Accountant

By JC Alvarez | Jan 14
If you can piece this puzzler of an action flick, you're welcome to it. "The Accountant" starring Ben Affleck doesn't quite add up at times and gets points off on narrative, but delivers on all-out heart-stopping thrills!

Remembering "Bambi" Artist Tyrus Wong

Jan 14
The work of artist Tyrus Wong, who died last month at age 106, has proven to be immortal, having created artwork hat determined the look of Walt Disney's animated classic, "Bambi."

Nonconformist Beats the Odds

By David Lamble | Jan 14
It not unfair to observe that "20th Century Women," with its growing tide of awards-season buzz for its star Annette Bening, arrives as the second half of a matched set of movies.

No Plans To Digitize Fisher In Future 'Star Wars' Films

By Andrew Dalton | Jan 14
The makers of "Star Wars" have put a quick end to rumors that while Carrie Fisher has died, her Princess Leia may live on.

Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Announce Film and TV Dorian Award Nominations

Jan 13
Noms for LGBTQ-focused films included "20th Century Women" and "The Lobster"; on the television side, "Black Mirror," "The People v. O.J.," "London Spy" and "Looking: The Movie" got some love. Here's the full list of nominations.

Review :: The Red Turtle

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 13
Studio Ghibli delivers a gorgeous visual tone poem that achieves immersive and atmospheric emotional impact.

Review :: Live by Night

By Michael Cox | Jan 13
As a testosterone-driven piece of genre narrative, this film has moments of humor, style and character acting bravado that make it a pleasure to watch, and satisfactorily drive the viewer to the next plot point.

Review :: The Bye Bye Man

By Kevin Taft | Jan 13
"The Bye Bye Man" is a scary fun, but not a totally successful throw-back to '80s horror films like "A Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Candyman."

Review :: The Keys of the Kingdom

By Jake Mulligan | Jan 13
Peck may not give this movie sex appeal, but he does give it doubt. And that's where its finest drama comes from -- not from the tragedies and triumphs that precede the close-ups, but from the acting happening inside them.

Michael Keaton Apologizes for 'Hidden Fences' Flub at Globes

By Ryan Pearson | Jan 12
Michael Keaton says anyone who reads something discriminatory into his Golden Globes garble of "Hidden Fences" is "extraordinarily incorrect."

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