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Catherine Keener

Begin Again

score: 
A-
Director: 
John Carney
Cast: 
Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, Adam Levine, Hailee Steinfeld, Catherine Keener
Running Time: 
104
Rated: 
R
Author(s): 

John Carney’s Begin Again is a unique and artfully written film that showcases how a chance encounter during life’s darkest moment can create a miraculous sense of beauty and positivity in even the most unsuspecting of lives.

War Story

score: 
F
Director: 
Mark Jackson
Cast: 
Catherine Keener, Hafsia Herzi
Running Time: 
90
Rated: 
NR
Author(s): 

There's nothing epic about this War Story. The movie fools you into thinking it could be a great political thriller with an engrossing central character. But instead, you get a super-boring character study that gets ultra-boring after the first five minutes.

Catherine Keener plays a war photographer on a mystery mission. But that takes awhile to get going since she would rather sit in her dark hotel room, stare at her bruised back, look at the same old photos, or listen to her neighbors have sex instead of beginning act one.

Captain Phillips

score: 
A+
Director: 
Paul Greengrass
Cast: 
Tom Hanks, Catherine Keener, Barkhad Abdi, Barkhad Abdirahman, Faysal Ahmed, Mahat M. Ali
Running Time: 
134
Rated: 
PG-13
Author(s): 

Ladies and gentlemen, mark this down: Captain Phillips is the best movie I’ve seen so far this year—even after seeing Gravity, the extraordinarily grand-looking film by Alfonso Cuarón.

Enough Said

score: 
A
Director: 
Nicole Holofcener
Cast: 
James Gandolfini, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Catherine Keener
Running Time: 
93
Rated: 
PG-13
Author(s): 

While Lena Dunham may get all the write-ups in the Times style section, Nicole Holofcener has quietly been producing insightful and funny studies in femininity since before it was cool. Enough Said, a romantic dramedy starring the great James Gandolfini, is her best yet.

The Oranges: Blu-Ray/DVD Giveaway

Presented By: 
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Director: 
Julian Farino
Cast: 
Hugh Laurie, Catherine Keener, Oliver Platt, Allison Janney, Adam Brody, Leighton Meester

 

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THE ORANGES

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A Late Quartet

score: 
A
Director: 
Yaron Zilberman
Cast: 
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Walken, Catherine Keener, Mark Ivanir
Running Time: 
105
Rated: 
R
Author(s): 

Cyrus DVD Giveaway

Presented By: 
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Director: 
Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass
Cast: 
John C. Reilly, Jonah Hill, Marisa Tomei, Catherine Keener, Matt Walsh

Please Give

score: 
A-
Director: 
Nicole Holofcener
Cast: 
Catherine Keener, Oliver Platt, Amanda Peet, Rebecca Hall, Sarah Steele
Running Time: 
90
Rated: 
R
Author(s): 
Writer/director Nicole Holofcener has teamed up with her muse, Catherine Keener, for the fourth time in this indie dramedy that once again connects with women. Please Give has our leading lady fighting an uphill battle with her guilty conscious and the reality that she is not living in very generous world.

Cyrus

score: 
B+
Director: 
Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass
Cast: 
John C. Reilly, Marisa Tomei, Jonah Hill, Catherine Keener
Running Time: 
92
Rated: 
R
Author(s): 
To the indie world, Jay and Mark Duplass have been around for years. Crafting such iconic pictures as The Puffy Chair and Baghead, the brother duo has showcased a simplistic style that is unchallenged within the industry. Many people believed that their simplicity was due to their heavy financial limitations; however, with their newest project Cyrus finally hitting the festival circuit, the guys show that their style is exactly that, whether they have money or not.

Hamlet 2

score: 
B+
Director: 
Andrew Fleming
Cast: 
Steve Coogan, Catherine Keener, David Arquette, Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Shue
Running Time: 
92
Rated: 
R
While the film shares part of its name with the popular Shakespearean play 'Hamlet', it takes nothing from the brilliant work of literature. Instead, Hamlet 2 creates its own style by serving up the most unique and politically incorrect dialogue ever spoken on screen. From the film's marketing anthem, 'Rock Me Sexy Jesus,' to the inappropriate racial remarks, everything is fair game in this all out banter-fest.

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