Steven Spielberg's Holocaust classic turns 25 this year, and it hasn't aged well.
Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning masterpiece hits the big screen again in December.
Biopics are often the critics favorites as well, frequently proving themselves as Oscar and Golden Globe contenders. Plus, given the variety of biopic categories, there's something on the menu for everyone.
When Jennifer Teege, a German-Nigerian woman, randomly picked up a library book off a shelf, her whole life -- her whole sense of self -- changed forever.
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This is a powerful story -- but in quite an unexpected way. If you're thinking Schindler's List, Stalag 17, The Great Escape or -- hold your breath -- TV's Hogan's Heroes, you'd be disappointed.
The film hones in on the experience of walking into your home, only to be occupied by another family you've known for years
No, the reason I liked Gravity is because it was short. The entire movie clocks in at 85 minutes. I pressed the "play" button on my DVD remote. And an hour-and-a-half later I was back at my job as Jaden Smith's personal assistant.
Regular Perfection "What’s Eating Gilbert Grape" "The Secret Garden" "The Pelican Brief" "Carlito’s Way" "Sleepless in Seattle
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