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Homemade addiction story 'Krisha' uncovers catharsis amid tragedy
Aspiring filmmakers take note: Nine days of shooting at his mother's Montgomery, Texas, home, a minuscule budget of US$100,000 and a cast led by his aunt were enough for writer-director Trey Edward Shults to make one of the more devastatingly empathetic portraits of addiction you're likely to see.
 
Waves and nostalgia wash over 'The Finest Hours'
It's a smooth-sailing ship without leaky holes, yet not much inspiration to fill its sails, either.
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Spoiler alert as 'Downton Abbey' comes to a close
For all its six seasons, "Downton Abbey" has been a graciously paced timescape through early 1900s Britain.
 
You might not know the name Jack Fisk, but you definitely know his work. Whether it's the private bowling alley where Daniel Plainview torments Eli Sunday in Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood," the disarmingly simple Silencio theater in David Lynch's "Mulholland Dr.," or a single Victorian home perched on a hill of wheat in Terrence Malick's "Days of Heaven," Fisk has created some of the most iconic spaces seen on screen in the past 40 years.
 
Oscar could be poisoned gift: 'Son of Saul' director
Winning an Oscar could be a "poisoned gift" and it will take a great effort to avoid being crushed by the honor, the director of the Hungarian film that won the Academy Award for best foreign-language film, said Wednesday.
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A sensitive Will Smith anchors worthy 'Concussion'
One of the most impactful scenes in "Concussion" is a brief and wordless one: Just a few seconds, really, of a high school football team going through its drills.
 
Flawed Jesse Owens biopic 'Race' a timely tribute
Most know Jesse Owens as an Olympic gold medalist and record-setting track star. But it took more than physical strength to overcome the discrimination he faced as a young black athlete in the United States and abroad.
 
Wayne Rogers, Trapper John on 'M.A.S.H.,' dies
Wayne Rogers, whose Trapper John McIntyre alongside Alan Alda's Hawkeye Pierce brought mischief, martinis and meatball surgery to the masses in the 1970s every week on "M.A.S.H.," has died.
 
Temptation of 'The New Girlfriend'
French film director François Ozon freewheels on human sexuality and LGBT themes as Romain Duris dares a new role
 
The Railway Man' evokes veteran sentiments
Directed by Jonathan Teplitzky, "The Railway Man" is an adaptation of the autobiography of Eric Lomax, a former British Army officer who suffered post-war traumatic stress syndrome after his terrible experience in a Japanese labor camp during World War II.
 
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