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A Most Violent Year Film Review
Abel Morales has a business that is under threat. His trucks are being hijacked and his employees are physically assaulted. Does he respond using the same violent tactics? "A Most Violent Year" is J.C. Chandor's third film as writer and director.

1,000 Times Good Night Film Review
Rebecca Thomas, photojournalist, travels to the world's combat zones to document injustice and violence. Her family constantly fears for her safety. After she is injured in a suicide bombing, can she reconcile her career with her family life?

The Company You Keep Film Review
Jim Grant has eluded the FBI for thirty years. But when a woman from his past is arrested, and a reporter starts investigating, Grant learns that he can't outrun the truth. Robert Redford stars in and directs this adaptation of Neil Gordon's novel.

The Words Film Review
Bradley Cooper plays best-selling novelist Rory Jansen, who has not earned his success. When someone appears who can expose the truth, Jansen risks losing his career and his wife. This romantic drama also stars Zoe Saldana, Jeremy Irons and Dennis Quaid.

Arbitrage Film Review
"Arbitrage" is a nail-biting suspense film set in the world of high finance. Richard Gere plays a wealthy businessman who must outwit regulators and the police in order to save his fortune and reputation.

Kon-Tiki Film Review
"Kon-Tiki" is an epic true-life adventure story. The film dramatizes Thor Heyerdahl's journey from Peru to Polynesia as he attempts to prove his theory that people could have traveled from South America to the islands using only a raft.

33 Postcards Film Review
"33 Postcards" is a unique film about a young woman's search for identity. Mei Mei, orphaned as a toddler, travels from China to Australia to meet her foreign sponsor. Will he accept her as his daughter? Directed by Pauline Chan, this movie is a meditation on family, love and redemption.

Life Itself Film Review
"Life Itself" is a candid, poignant and inspiring documentary about film critic Roger Ebert. Ebert lost his lower jaw to cancer and was unable to eat or speak as a result. He never stopped writing, however, about the subjects he loved; film and life itself.

Watch Me - A Memoir Book Review
Anjelica Huston has written a page-turning, star-studded memoir of her life in Hollywood. Learn about her stormy seventeen year relationship with Jack Nicholson, the party scene in Aspen, and her Oscar-winning role in the film "Prizzi's Honor".

Camille Claudel 1915 Film Review
Camille Claudel was a brilliant sculptress whose family committed her to an insane asylum for the last 30 years of her life. Actress Juliette Binoche creates an unforgettable portrait of this tormented artist in Bruno Dumont's film "Camille Claudel 1915."

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