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What do Dr. Travis Stork, author and co-host of The Doctors, and Blair Tindall, author of the book Mozart in the Jungle which
After the most intense opening night for the orchestra, season one ended with a playful and flirty stare between Hailey and Rodrigo which left fans wondering if and how their relationship will progress in the second season.
"I don't want you seeing my movie!" Texan film director Bob Byington sternly waved a finger at me in the lobby of our hotel in Lisbon, staring down at me through his green glasses. "I am serious. Don't see it! Don't you dare come to the screening! I absolutely don't want you to be there!"
Schwartzman's unguarded demeanor keeps you from turning against his character in The Overnight, even as he's clumsily trying to manipulate his guests into taking their clothes off.
Jason Schwartzman and Adam Scott stopped by the "The View" on Friday to promote their new movie, "The Overnight," but Whoopi
For my money, the most terrifying movies are never horror movies because they are meant to be scary. You know the ones, all cheap thrills and forced suspense. Adversely, here is a comedy that can shake a person to their core.
It is the rare movie comedy that can encompass the wild events of a single night and keep you both squirming and surprised into laughter for its full running time. 
Of the hundreds of films screened at festivals across the nation only a handful will wind up at your local theatres, and that goes for those lucky enough to have been viewed at the growingly prestigious Tribeca Film Festival (TFF).
Jason Schwartzman and director Patrick Brice came by the Samsung Blogger Lounge at South by Southwest to talk about their new movie, The Overnight. The reason this film is making waves is the much-discussed scene where Schartzman and co-star Adam Scott drop everything in a full-frontal nudity scene, though the actual penises are in fact prosthetic.
Schwartzman: If there was ever a set where there was a bong-hit technician, that was the set. People knew what they were
Amy Adams as Margaret is excellent. Christoph Waltz's over-the-top portrayal of Walter -- who, by many accounts was truly over-the-top -- can be a bit distracting. At any rate, it's an interesting exploration of how the "little hobo kids" became a household must-have.
It's a cliché of the season to list award favorites, but it is also a thrill to be able to recommend so many good films.
No matter how many movies you have seen this year, you haven't seen one like "Listen Up Philip." This film, which is directed
Filmmakers can't resist all that color or the movement of falling leaves, with deep nostalgia swiftly evoked in a few frames of swirling red and gold. Regardless of plot, cast or dialogue, the unsung hero of the autumnal movie is the cinematographer.
How do I love the work of Wes Anderson? Let me count the ways. Anderson may be the most consistently original filmmaker to emerge during the 25 years I've been writing about film in New York.
Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is a decade-spanning chase comedy featuring a star-studded cast of Anderson regulars