Christoph Waltz

Daniel Craig returns for possibly his final outing as James Bond. That’s a good thing.

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George Hickman is an Austin film maniac who does not sleep. Here’s Part Three of his capsule reviews of all the movies he saw at Fantastic Fest 2013 this year!

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Credit is due to Blue Sky Studios, who have always sided on the lighter, funnier side of the family animated feature. It took some nerve to do something like Epic, which is much more cinematic and straight-faced than previous work like Rio and Robots.

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Unexpected: Ben Affleck, Tom Hooper, Quentin Tarantino, and Kathryn Bigelow snubbed in Director in favor of Benh Zeitlin and Michael Haneke.

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When Quentin Tarantino writes or directs a film, one can rest assured in the knowledge that it will involve hard-hearted characters living in a dangerous world most likely fueled by drugs, hard-core violence, crime syndicates, and good music.

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As an entertaining revenge flick with roots in exploitation films and spaghetti westerns, Django Unchained succeeds. But it never rises above its genre to become a real, affecting emotional experience.

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Two big awards-season movies from last year are out on home video this week.

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‘Carnage’ is a hilarious new comedy starring Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, John C. Reilly, and Christoph Waltz as upper-middle-class parents in Brooklyn who are a little too self-obsessed.

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Two new historical dramas adapted from best-selling novels are out on Blu-ray and DVD. Read/watch Eric’s review to see if either are worth checking out.

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