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Review: ‘Jackie’ (★★★★)

In his first English-language film, Chilean director Pablo Larraín (Neruda, the Oscar-nominated No) has given us a bracingly original take on one of the most documented moments in American history, the aftermath of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, but this time solely from the point of view of the First Lady, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy. Even though the framework of ...

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Annette Bening Tribute Set for AFI Fest, 20th Century Women to Screen

Annette Bening is set to be feted at the AFI Fest on November 16th in a tribute that will also feature a screening of her newest film, and Oscar hopeful, 20th Century Women. The film, about a bohemian family in 1979 Santa Barbara, received high praise after its debut as the Centerpiece film of the New York Film Festival last week. ...

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Annette Bening Shines in ’20th Century Women’ trailer

“I think that, you know, having your heart broken is a tremendous way to learn about the world.” Ain’t that the truth. Is it just me or does it feel like it’s been forever since we’ve seen Annette Bening? Since 2010’s The Kids Are All Right her film profile has been pretty low, starring or co-starring in small, underseen (or ...

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Venice and Toronto Entry ‘Spotlight’ Gets a Powerful Trailer

  In the last two days the Thomas McCarthy drama Spotlight has popped up as an entry at both Venice and Toronto’s film festivals and it’s not hard to see why. The first trailer for the film is jam-packed with award winning actors, has a Pulitzer Prize winning story that its based on and looks to be some redemption for ...

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