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End of Watch

0 Comments · Thursday, September 20, 2012
End of Watch presents a case study of a pair of patrolmen: Brian Taylor (Jake Gyllenhaal), a former soldier who brings that rah-rah spirit to tackling crime in the streets, and Mike Zavala (Michael Pena), a tough-tender Hispanic man rooted in the everyday and a powerfully steadfast sense of honor.  

Robot & Frank

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Jake Schreier’s feature debut, scripted by comic writer-actor Christopher D. Ford jumps a step into the future where Frank (Frank Langella), an aging jewel thief, is forced to accept a robot caretaker (voiced by Peter Sarsgaard) from his son (James Marsden), but before long Frank and the robot are planning a heist together.  

Death By China

0 Comments · Thursday, September 13, 2012
This feature documentary debut from Peter Navarro explores China’s elevation into the World Trade Organization and the resulting flood of questionable exports into U.S. markets, seemingly with the full support of the presidency and Congress thanks to a just-signed free trade agreement.  

Premium Rush

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Writer David Koepp steps behind the camera to capture the visceral thrills and adventures of an NYC bike messenger (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) assigned to deliver a package that a certain cop (Michael Shannon) doesn’t want to see make it to its destination in time.  

The Queen of Versailles

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Lauren Greenfield’s documentary tracks the construction of the biggest private residence in America, billionaire David Siegel’s 90,000-square-foot behemoth inspired by the Palace of Versailles. The Queen of Versailles is an intimate, often engrossing tale that just happens to be an apt metaphor for a worldwide realignment.  

The Apparition

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Can you really trust a horror film with a PG-13 rating? Here’s another spook story — this time a college experiment goes awry, unleashing a dangerous spirit — that we’re supposed to believe can scare us to death without truly going dark and gruesome.  

Sparkle

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 15, 2012
American Idol winner Jordin Sparks toplines this remake about three sisters who form a girl group back in the 1960s that sets them on the road to fame and fortune, but threatens to tear them apart.  

The Possession

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2012
At the very least, audiences should thank their lucky stars that this latest supernatural thriller from Danish director Ole Bornedal contains no paranormal “found footage,” which makes this tale about a young girl (Natasha Calis) who picks up an heirloom at a yard sale somehow linked to devious spirits an old school fright fest.  

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