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Civil Rights film seems to try too hard

...cliches. James Marsden, as Kennedy, felt like a little kid dressed in his dad's suit, and Alan Rickman, was Professor Snape in a Reagan wig. Perhaps wisely, though odd for a movie with so little restraint, there is no actor playing Ford or Carter...

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A fitting finale for Harry Potter and friends

...the gravity in the film. Together with excellent performances by everyone involved, especially Alan Rickman's Severus Snape, who finally gets to shine, the combined "Deathly Hallows" goes a long way toward erasing the debacle that was "The Half-Blood...

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Potter and friends are back: Latest wizarding film rushes to squeeze everything in

...making time with another girl while Hermione pines. Harry loves Ginny, who's dating someone else, but then maybe not. Snape is up to something sneaky with Malfoy, his mother, and the evil Bellatrix Lestrange, but I thought he was good ... or was...

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Byzantium

Now Playing Synopsis: Gemma Arterton and Saoirse Ronan star in Interview With the Vampire director Neil Jordan's lavish yet decadent tale of a blood-sucking mother/daughter duo whose dark 200-year history threatens to catch up with them at a run-down hotel on the English coast. Their story begins during the Napoleonic Wars, when young Eleanor (Ronan) is abandoned as Clara (Arterton) falls into a passionate love affair. Two centuries later, demure Eleanor and extroverted Clara are on the run when they seek sanctuary in a dilapidated coastal resort. There, Clara sets her sights on a lonely soul named Noel (Daniel Mays), who has just inherited the Byzantium hotel, a once-thriving inn that has fallen into a sad state of disrepair. Before long, the elder vampire has transformed the Byzantium into a makeshift brothel where she and her young companion can quench their thirst for human blood while maintaining a low profile. Meanwhile, Eleanor falls for Frank (Caleb Landry Jones), a charming young waiter who unwittingly draws out the natural storyteller in her. Amidst a string of mysterious disappearances in the sleepy coastal town, Frank realizes that Eleanor's extraordinary tales are much more than simple fantasy. As Clara and Eleanor's sanguinary past slowly comes into focus, it's only a matter of time before the pair will be forced to either flee once again or face their fates with a sense of dark courage. Jonny Lee Miller and Sam Riley co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Saoirse Ronan, Barry Cassin, Gemma Arterton, David Heap, Warren Brown, Ruby Snape Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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