Posts with the tag Michelle Williams.

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Review: Oz the Great and Powerful

Posted by: Randy Hazzard  //  March 8, 2013 @ 1:27am

As I watched Oz the Great and Powerful, I came to a stunning conclusion: Sam Raimi's intentions are always met. What I mean by this is that when he wants you to laugh, you will laugh. When he wants you to scare you, you will feel fear. When he wants to build tension, you will be on the edge of your seat.

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Review: Take This Waltz

Posted by: Tony Hinds  //  June 29, 2012 @ 12:42pm

Take This Waltz is most successful if viewed as an accurate (yet flawed) character study of a depressed girl in the ass-end of her 20's. I think the word girl could even be replaced with person. Men go through similar phases in their lives but, writer/ director Sarah Polley concentrates only on Margot (Michelle Williams).

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2012 Golden Globes: Winners, Losers, and Thoughts on the Globes Telecast

Posted by: Tony Hinds  //  January 16, 2012 @ 2:18pm

"So where was I?" That was how host Ricky Gervais opened Sunday's 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, a nod to the controversy that followed his previous year's hosting gig. His inference: he was going to pick up exactly where he left it last year. He wasn't going to pull any punches. Once again, he was going to raise hell. Well, this time? He didn't.

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Review: Shutter Island

Posted by: Elizabeth Hughes Belzil  //  February 20, 2010 @ 12:11am

Despite a Best Director Oscar and numerous accolades, the last decade hasn't been Martin Scorsese's best: his films either lumbering behemoths or modest retreads. Gangs of New York was uneven, The Aviator overstuffed (in the way biopics habitually are), and The Departed a throwback to the mob genre which made him a household name.

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