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  • DVD Review: 'Wolf' shows Scorsese's thematic bite

    DVD Review: 'Wolf' shows Scorsese's thematic bite
    Martin Scorsese's sharp exposť “The Wolf of Wall Street” is the white-collar version of “Goodfellas” and “Casino”: it tells the same sort of historical/confessional story, and follows a very similar template. Much like Ray Liotta's Henry Hill and Robert De Niro's Ace Rothstein, Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) narrates this autobiographical tale of lawbreaking scumbags. All three films expose the procedural details and cultural context of criminal conspiracies in our midst.
  • Film Review: Costner and Reitman keep 'Draft Day' from fumbling

    Film Review: Costner and Reitman keep 'Draft Day' from fumbling
    The people behind “Draft Day” like to say that it's not “about football”; it's about “characters” or “a man under pressure” or something like that. This is a blatant attempt to appeal to filmgoers who don'...

    DVD Review: Anchorman 2 features lots of bonus material

    DVD Review: Anchorman 2 features lots of bonus material
    This combo pack of two Blu-rays and one DVD may have the most extras of any new major studio release. (There might be some titles that had this much on their second or third home video release in a “Gold” or “Collector's” or...

    Film Review: Lars von Trier divides things up in 'Nymphomaniac'

    Film Review: Lars von Trier divides things up in 'Nymphomaniac'
    Lars von Trier loves to shock, so we shouldn't really be surprised that his latest release is called "Nymphomaniac." To be more precise, because of its nearly four-hour running time, he's chopped it into two films marked "Volume I" and "Volume II."...

    Film Review: Aronofsky's 'Noah' goes beyond belief

    Film Review: Aronofsky's 'Noah' goes beyond belief
    The last time Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly got together was for “A Beautiful Mind,” in which she played the devoted wife of a man who heard voices in his head and communicated with an imaginary buddy. This time it's completely...