Keira Knightley

The Imitation Game is an enjoyable and well-done biopic that lacks a certain intangible hook which holds it back in my mind from a Best Picture nomination, despite some of the nods it has already gotten.

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As long as the subsequent films in the franchise avoid turning Ryan into a superhero and keep their plots at least somewhat rooted in reality, the Jack Ryan franchise may stand a fighting chance. At least they finally have the right actor.

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Director Joe Wright finally makes the film he should have been making all along. ‘Anna Karenina’ is his best film yet, and may end up being his magnum opus.

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We have a lot to cover this week and conflicting schedules didn’t do us any favors. Trey Hock joins Trevan McGee to talk about Seeking a Friend For The End of The World starring Steve Carell and Keira Knightley. Super-busy Eric Melin joins Trevan on the phone for a discussion of the 100 percent historically accurate Abraham Lincoln: Vampire [...]

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Two critically acclaimed entries into the 2011 Oscar race make their way to DVD and Blu-ray, but one is significantly more successful than the other in the drama department.

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‘London Boulevard’ is a British gangster film written and directed by William Monahan, and ‘The Skin I Live In’ is a bizarre and truly disturbing movie from Pedro Almodóvar.

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David Cronenberg delivers a character study centered around three people central to the birth of psychoanalysis. Michael Fassbender stars as Carl Jung, who would expand on the ideas of Sigmund Freud (Viggo Mortensen) to create analytical psychology. Jung’s breakthrough comes through his relationship with Sabina Spielrein (Keira Knightley), a mental patient whom he is able to help by applying Freud’s methods.

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