peter sarsgaard

Experimenter is one of the best and most overlooked films of the year, and definitely worth catching up with as soon as possible.

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Kill For Me devolves into a series of twists, each more inexplicable and illogical than the last, as Hailey’s true motives become harder to discern as she goes to extreme lengths to blackmail her roommate and lover into helping Hailey seduce and kill her abusive father

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A fascinating inside look into the making of what some have called the Gone With the Wind of porno flicks, Lovelace is most successful when allowing its characters room to explore their emotional topography.

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Those seeking out Robot & Frank are likely to get exactly what they expect, no more, no less, but for longtime fans of Frank Langella (or those desperate for anything even remotely sci-fi), it’s enough.

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‘Shattered Glass’ is an overlooked movie starring the man now known as young Anakin Skywalker and based on the true story of Stephen Glass, who made up stories for three years at New Republic magazine.

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Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds) can’t make up his mind. He doesn’t know whether he wants to be the hotshot flying ace who always has a clever one-liner; the tortured young man, who still suffers from the loss of his father; or the superhero and the dutiful boyfriend. He better hurry up and decide, because a [...]

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