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Monday, award-winning director M. Night Shyamalan said his teenage daughters have motivated him to produce movies for a younger female demographic recently.
In Nick Cassavetes’s no-holds-barred battle of the sexes, "The Other Woman" is full of scenes that go on long after any traces of comedy have expired.
“Dom Hemingway” features a bold and unusual storyline carried well by Jude Law and an excellent supporting cast.
On April 17 at the Carpenter Center, the Mahindra Humanities Center hosted a film screening of “Enemies of the People,” followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker. The 2009 film follows Sambath’s 10-year search for confessions and explanations for the 1975-1979 Cambodian genocide that led to the massacre of nearly two million people during the reign of the Khmer Rouge.
Photo by Vivian Maier, the subject of John Maloof and Charlie Siskel's documentary "Finding Vivian Maier."
Todd (Greg Kinnear) shows Colton (Connor Corum) a picture "Heaven Is for Real."
"Heaven Is for Real" describes four-year-old Colton Burpo's alleged religious experience, but is burdened by a shallow message and clumsy filmmaking to produce an ultimately unlikeable exercise in boredom.
John Maloof and Charlie Siskel imbue “Finding Vivian Maier” with a stripped-down aesthetic that allows the dynamism of its protagonist, reclusive nanny/photographer Vivian Maier, to shine through.
"In Bloom" tells the coming-of-age story of two teens living in post-Soviet Georgia during the 1990s.