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Playing games trumps 'Video Games: The Movie'

When I saw the title of the film "Video Games: The Movie," I thought, "Well, finally a documentary abo...

'Calvary' powerfully and profoundly probes sin and virtue

In the opening seconds of writer/director John Michael McDonagh's thought-provoking and unexpectedly funny "...

‘The Hundred-Foot Journey’ begins with chef’s step

If you’ve been led to believe that “The Hundred-foot Journey” is all about whatever character Helen...

'Guardians of the Galaxy' offers galaxies of fun

Just when I thought Hollywood's mega-budget, special effects extravaganzas couldn't get any more elaborate or...

'Rich Hill' is rich in complex profiles

Without sentimental indulgence, directors Andrew Droz Palermo and Tracy Droz Tragos profile three teenage boys in the...

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Local opening date: January 15, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson The latest entry in the apocalyptic genre, The Book of Eli is long on bleak style and pathetically short on substance, a weakness shared by many films in this category.…
Local opening date: January 15, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Alice Sebold's novel The Lovely Bones created a stir upon its 2002 release. In it 14-year-old Susie Salmon narrates her own murder and rape from her in-between status-not heaven but…
Local opening date: January 8, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Pedro Almodovar's multilayered melodrama Broken Embraces dramatizes reclaiming traumatic memories and revealing painful secrets. Fourteen years earlier, film director Mateo Blanco, who writes under the pseudonym Harry Caine, survived an…
Local opening date: December 25, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson Devotées of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's intellectually astute, physically and emotionally restrained Sherlock Holmes must adjust their expectations for Guy Ritchie's contemporary version. Director Ritchie, of Lock, Stock and Two…
Selected by Diane Carson As 2009 ends, a look back at the top films that screened in St. Louis includes those that entertained as well as inspired, that offered insight as well as consummate cinematic expertise. They are: 1. Food,…
Local opening date: December 18, 2009 Reviewed by Diane Carson According to Webster's dictionary, an avatar is "any incarnation or embodiment as of a quality or concept in a person." According to writer/director James Cameron, it's history's most expensive, groundbreaking…
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