|US Release Date||09/30/1954|
Wes Anderson's latest film is very likely his best yet.
A three-hour epic of grand storytelling with a heartfelt, human center.
A thrilling, emotional sci-fi blockbuster lead by star Jennifer Lawrence, rather than overblown action.
A horror flick stuck in the limbo between cinematic life and death by boredom.
"One of the most brutal and engrossing films of 2011."
Expect more head-scratching than toe-tapping from this disjointed animated sequel.
"...the film is as mechanical as the ride from which it is based."
This bittersweet yet uplifting dramedy is writer-director Jason Reitman's best work to date and a surefire Oscar contender.
Grant Heslov's fictionalized tale of the U.S. Army's real-life "psychic spy" program may not measure up to the book that inspired it, but the movie's irreverent sense of humor and colorful cast of characters make it a more than worthwhile viewing.
<em>The Reader</em> delicately traverses the tricky emotional landscape of a controversial tale and offers a fresh perspective on Nazi atrocities.
|Bob Mathias||Actor||Bob Mathias||1||1000001|
|Ward Bond||Actor||Coach Jackson||1||1000002|
|Melba Mathias||Actor||Melba Mathias||1||1000003|
|Ann Doran||Actor||Mrs Mathias||1||1000005|
|Howard Petrie||Actor||Dr Mathias||1||1000006|
|Diane Jergens||Actor||Pat Mathias||1||1000007|
|Richard Collins||From Story||n/a||120870||4000002|
|Hal Klein||Assistant Director||n/a||163||5000001|
|Ellsworth Fredricks||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
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