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Jake Gyllenhaal: Role as Boston Marathon Survivor Made Him Stronger

Jake Gyllenhaal: Role as Boston Marathon Survivor Made Him Stronger

By Sean Au |
In the new biopic "Stronger," Jake Gyllenhaal plays Jeff Bauman, a Bostonian whose life changed when he was a victim in the Boston Marathon terrorist attack. In this interview, Gyllenhaal discusses playing this real life character.

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Gender Showdown on the Tennis Court

Gender Showdown on the Tennis Court

By David Lamble | Sep 23
For LGBTQ movie-lovers, "The Battle of the Sexes" scores with a worthy ensemble. Co-directors Valerie Feris and Jonathan Dayton serve up their thoughts.

 Review :: Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Review :: Kingsman: The Golden Circle

By Kevin Taft | Sep 23
The Kingsman are back, and they've brought their American counterparts with them. If they could have brought a better villain, that might have helped this feel like a step up instead of a sideways leap.

Jake Gyllenhaal: Role as Boston Marathon Survivor Made Him Stronger

Jake Gyllenhaal: Role as Boston Marathon Survivor Made Him Stronger

By Sean Au | Sep 22
In the new biopic "Stronger," Jake Gyllenhaal plays Jeff Bauman, a Bostonian whose life changed when he was a victim in the Boston Marathon terrorist attack. In this interview, Gyllenhaal discusses playing this real life character.

 Review :: Battle Of The Sexes

Review :: Battle Of The Sexes

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
The very entertaining re-telling of this famous Tennis Battle between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs may give Emma Stone another Oscar nomination.

 Review :: Close Encounters of the Third Kind - 40th Anniversary Edition

Review :: Close Encounters of the Third Kind - 40th Anniversary Edition

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 22
Should you rush right out and buy this 40th Anniversary edition? Yes! Even if you already have the previous DVD box set of all three versions of the film? Are you kidding? Absolutely!

 Review :: Woodshock

Review :: Woodshock

By Greg Vellante | Sep 22
The debut film of fashion designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy is a fascinatingly misguided mess that dulls the senses while attempting to invigorate them.

 Review :: The Ghoul

Review :: The Ghoul

By Ken Tasho | Sep 22
Writer/Director Gareth Tunley's first feature film is a tour de force through the mind of a confused and conflicted character.

 Review :: Victoria and Abdul

Review :: Victoria and Abdul

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
Dame Judi Dench stars in this period dramady based on the true story of when Queen Victoria befriended a lowly Indian clerk.

 Review :: Bobbi Jene

Review :: Bobbi Jene

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
A compelling documentary of the life of the acclaimed dancer who now, facing 30th birthday, must make some very tough choices about life and love.

 Review :: Elizabeth Blue

Review :: Elizabeth Blue

By Charles Nash | Sep 22
This semi-autobiographical feature debut from Vincent Sabella is an earnest, but flawed outlook on mental illness.

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