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The All-Time Top 100 Voices in the Movies

Sometimes a movie is only worth watching for its stars — and sometimes a star is only memorable for his or her voice. filmcritic.com thought this phenomenon was so peculiar that we decided to rank the top 100 movie star…

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A Portrait of the Artist as a Madman: A Conversation with Andy Garcia

In the film Modigliani, Andy Garcia plays the tortured Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani, who was renowned during his lifetime for his wild lifestyle and celebrated after his death for his vast contribution to the world of art. The story takes…

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The Last Festival: The 2005 Tribeca Film Festival

Local real estate brokers may argue with you, but it’s a pretty safe bet to say that by the spring of 2005, the downtown Manhattan area, TriBeCa especially, had mostly recovered from the economic and psychological devastation wrought by 9/11….

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The Ballad of Daniel Day-Lewis

In The Ballad of Jack and Rose, Daniel Day-Lewis plays Jack, an altruistic man who lives on an island which once housed a commune, along with his teenage daughter Rose (Camilla Belle). Not only does Rose’s budding womanhood concern him,…

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Filmcritic.com’s 50 Most Quotable Movie Lines of All Time

‘Inconceivable!’ Nothing’s more fun than quoting a good movie line. Except for lawn darts, that is. But this is a movie website, and dag nabbit, we’re gonna quote some movies. Recently we polled the filmcritic.com contributing staff to see what…

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The 2004 Media that Matters Film Festival

In an age of creeping corporate consolidation and growing distrust of media, democratization seems like a good idea. If the objectivity of journalists and the agendas of editors and network suits aren’t yet sufficiently in doubt, what else can explain…

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Million Dollar Statue: Oscars 2005

This year’s Oscars seem to be a battle to the finish between The Aviator and Million Dollar Baby. But we at filmcritic.com offer our more irreverent (and, frankly, inaccurate) handicapping of the Oscars – place your bets! As in years…

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The Year in Film – 2004

2004’s best films? Yeah, there were a few. Ignore the sequels and the remakes and the vanity productions, and there were a few movies that we might tolerate watching again. Here are the ones we thought were the very best….

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What We Learned: Lessons From the Movies, 2004

At filmcritic.com, we see a lot of movies. And over the course of a year, we learn a lot of lessons that’ll not only help us survive in the real world, but will be nifty at cocktail parties. We do…

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Box Set: The Buster Keaton Collection

In 1928, Buster Keaton’s independent production company was approaching financial disaster and he was forced to sign a deal with MGM to keep making movies. The Buster Keaton Collection puts the first three films of Keaton’s MGM era, The Cameraman,…

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